Mandy Scotney

General Manager and Yoga Teacher

Mandy is passionate about the transformational power of yoga and loves to share this with others.

Mandy has completed 500hrs of teacher training with Byron Yoga studying with John Ogilvie and Judy Krupp, BodyMindLife's Assisting and Alignment, and Super Sequencing training, 100 hours "Heart of a Teacher Training" with Maty Ezraty, and 100hrs Yin Yoga Training with Mel McLoughlin. She has also had the privilege to learn from master teachers such as Bryan Kest, Les Leventhal, Chanel Luck, Simon Park, Maty Ezraty and our very own Noelle Connolly. Mandy loves music and has studied kirtan and chanting with Dave Stringer ... so you'll experience some of that magic weaved into your physical practice in her classes from time to time.

With more than seven years' teaching experience, Mandy teaches intelligent and well balanced sequences. For newer or more experienced students alike, she strives to make her classes both accessible and challenging, and makes sure you leave feeling nurtured, restored and rejuvenated - mind, body and spirit.

In 2015 Mandy combined her love of yoga with her love of business and joined BodyMindLife as the General Manager. She loves feedback and would welcome you getting in touch with her at anytime. You can contact her at mandy@bodymindlife.com

Mandy Scotney Qualifications:

500 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Byron Yoga

80 Hours Yin Yoga Teacher Training

50 Hours Art of Alignment and Assists with BodyMindLife

50 Hours Super Sequencing with BodyMindLife

Masters of Counselling and Psychotherapy (in progress) - University of Western Sydney

100 Hours "Heart of a Teacher" Yoga Teacher Training with Maty Ezraty

Blogs featuring Mandy Scotney

How to Stress Less

How to slow down, when life's speeding up

What to do in Bali

What Mindfulness means to me...

Yoga for Beginners with Mandy Scotney

Upcoming Events with Mandy Scotney

Charity Workshop

BodyMindLife - Unleashed!

20th October
$40

An empowering and healing flow class to help raise funds for The Hunger Project. The class will combine empowering flows, designed to help you access your inner warrior. Along with gentler poses to soften and relax, helping you access your potential to heal yourself and the world around you.