Kelly Sunartha is a Senior Yoga Teacher who has trained in multiple styles of yoga and studied with many well-recognised teachers, both nationally and internationally over the last 20 years.

Drawing on both Eastern and Western traditions of yoga, her own practice tends towards the slower and more mindful styles of Yin/Restorative and Hatha/Vinyasa yoga, with her teaching embodying yoga as a holistic system for wellbeing and self-transformation.



Before moving to the Central Coast, where she now with her husband and three children, Kelly was Founder and Director of Sydney's Yoga Sivana Studio (now Woke Yoga). She is an alumni ambassador for Lululemon Athletica and also volunteered with The Wake Up Project at many of their kindness-inspiring events over the years.


Along with her yoga qualifications, Kelly holds a Bachelor Degree, with a double major in Philosophy (Metaphysics and The Mind-Body Connection) and English (Writing). She has also trained as a Dharma Coach, where she helps people to discover and live out their purpose (dharma) and embody their highest self and wellbeing in the process.  


Drawing on her yoga coaching, marketing and business background, she has assisted many burnt-out mamas, yogi's and soulful entrepreneurs to live their light and thrive personally and professionally through her coaching programs.


Kelly is passionate about helping others connect with their own wisdom and inner light, and possesses a natural talent for assisting people to move beyond their barriers and consciously evolve towards their highest potential.






Polly Wilson began practicing Yoga over 15 years ago and like many others at first fell in love with the strong movement based practice, yet quickly realised the wide range of benefits both physically, emotionally and spiritually. At the start of her yoga journey she was working through severe anxiety, stress and adrenal fatigue, yet through consistent practice she has gradually seen her health improve and anxiety symptoms decrease dramatically. It is from this space of personal development that she gets her motivation to inspire others along the same path.


A Senior Yoga Teacher with over 1,000 hours of training and many more of teaching,  Polly chooses not to align herself to one particular style and instead takes her inspiration from many schools of yoga and teachers from traditional Hatha, Classical Tantra, to the more modern Vinyasa styles of Prana Flow (Shiva Rea) and Embodied Flow (Tara Judelle). 


Polly teaches a fluid slow flow with an emphasis on breath awareness, mindful slow transitions, and self-reflection with the intention to bring balance to the nervous system.

*Polly is currently on maternity leave.



"I first discovered yoga 15 years ago as a teenager in High school. Suffering from years of negative body image and lack of self-acceptance, it was in those early years of practising I came to realise that the practice of yoga is so much more than striving to change the physical body but instead a chance to be curious about who you are. A practice of self-compassion and kindness a space I longed for in my teenage years that over time allowed me to develop greater self-discovery and acceptance in its purest & rawest form.

In 2016 I decided it was time to explore the world of yoga a little deeper so I began studying with Mark O'Brien and his amazing team at Qi Health & Yoga Sydney and obtained my Yoga Teacher training and Philosophy Diploma. Over the past five years of teaching throughout various locations on the Central Coast, I have been honoured to continue studying and teaching many styles of yoga and meditation alongside some of the most inspiring teachers who have shared with me their wisdom, knowledge and personal journeys.


As a Yoga teacher, it is my mission to empower others by continuing to study and share the tools I have gathered along the way that allow space for conscious healing whilst gaining a deeper understanding of both our individual personal practice and ability.

Yoga philosophy has provided me with an everyday devotional and grounding path of self-care and healing and is again now through my journey into motherhood. When I am not on the mat you will find me exploring nature and adventuring with my family.