At Dharma we have a wonderful team of teachers which are at your service to make your yoga experience truly inspiring in which ever aspect of life you wish to focus upon!
Jean-Alain d'Argent is the Director of Dharma health Centre Australia. Jean-Alain has taught yoga for over twenty five years. He has studied yoga in Australia, USA and India.
Jean-Alain is also qualified in and supports clients with Counselling, Clinical Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, Thai yoga massage, Energy balance and Empowering life coaching.
I am thankful for all the guidance and insights that has found me along the journey of life thus far. In recognition of all the benefits that supportive knowledge in unconditional service can provide in times of need, I extend a hand of support and friendship to all mankind where possible, regarding clarity upon universal energy and the mind and body connection.
Jean-Alain teaches weekly yoga classes and lectures at a variety of venues when invited.
He has also produced Meditation, Relaxation and Mantra CDS.
DOWNLOAD JEAN-ALAIN'S SALUTE TO THE SUN - HERE
My profession was in the financial IT sector and yoga helped me manage the stress of years of high pressure work load. So impressed was I with yoga that I took up a 2 year yoga teacher training course, while still at work, and commenced teaching in 2000. Now, in my retirement, I continue to teach as a service back to yoga.
In my yoga class, I approach poses in a gentle and safe way. I work out with each participant, his or her physical limitations and respect and stay within those limitations. I believe that yoga should be available and accessible to everyone. I recognize that sometimes a class environment may not be suitable to a participant and a private session may be more appropriate.
Although the approach to poses are gentle, my classes are nevertheless active and strong, to the participants’ limits. Poses are always performed incorporating full breathing. My aim as a teacher is to find the balance between gentle and challenging so that, for the duration of the class, participants’ minds are focused on their bodies and their breaths. By helping them to switch off from the cares of the day, they will be rejuvenated both mentally and physically.
Outside yoga, I enjoy reading, gardening and listening to music.