Rachael Coopes

Rachael Coopes

Yoga Teacher, Teacher Trainer

Rachael is a yoga teacher trainer, performer and writer.

Recently she wrote and produced a kid’s mindfulness series for the ABC, “Moodies”, which explores big feelings in little people. She is a regular contributor to Wellbeing Magazine, sharing her passion for yoga and mindfulness. She has a new book out in January 2022 called “Find Your Strength”, which contains sensible advice to prepare yourself for life’s battlefield, based on the ancient philosophical teachings of yoga, and brings a more modern perspective of mindfulness in everyday life.

Her classes are a creative exploration into the philosophy and psychology of yoga. Rachael is eternally grateful to all her teachers, especially Maty Ezraty, Manorama D’Alvia, Sharon Gannon, David Life, Yogeswari, Katie Manitsas, Jessica Stickler, Jules Febre Eileen Hall, Bianca Machliss and Katie Agnew.

She believes we are here to thrive, not just survive, and all of her work is created from this place.

Over 1,000 Hour qualification with Maty Ezraty, Jivamukti 800 Hour, Samadhi Yoga and BodyMindLife. Registered Senior Teacher with Yoga Australia. Expert Registered Yoga Teacher (ERYT/PLUS ) with Yoga Alliance.

More about Rachael Coopes

Over the past two decades, she has written, produced and performed in film, television and theatre in Australia, the UK and the US. She’s danced on the Play School stage for thousands of ecstatic toddlers and starred in Australia’s most loved dramas, developed engaging television for kids, and written award-winning theatre for the complex brains of teenagers.

She’s shared the movement and philosophy of yoga and mindfulness with stressed out urbanites, explored the incredible stories of young people in the remote Northern Territory, and used both the creative, and mindfulness practices, to inspire and educate leaders in the corporate space.