Corey’s lifetime has been spent exploring the body in it’s many modalities.  From training in Tumbling, gymnastics & acrobatics from an early age, using Yoga as a way to limber up the body, to studying performance art, acting & singing in his 20’s, and through to formal Yoga, Massage & Myotherapy training.  In the past 12 years the hours of study has clocked up into the thousands.

His Yoga specific training this past decade has seen over 1750 hours of training including;

– His initial 900 Hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training saw an intense 18 months of study & transformation
– Paul Grilley’s 200 hour Yin Yoga training in California
– Sarah Powers 100 hours of Insight Yoga training Yin/ Yang & Mindfulness Meditation
– Power Livings 60 hours Advanced Vinyasa Training with Duncan Peak
– Richard Millers iRest Yoga Nidra 35+ hours training with Stephanie Miller
– Rainbow Kids Yoga with Gopala Amir
– 200 hours of Teaching Meditation training
– and more
Below is a list of official qualifications & workshops he has attended across the globe…


massage2 Myotherapists assess and physically treat myofascial pain, injury and dysfunction affecting movement and mobility. Myotherapy is applied in the preventative, corrective and rehabilitative phases of therapy to restore and maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissue structure (muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia) of the human body.

Pain or symptoms caused by muscle (myo) or fascia is described as myofascial. Myofascial pain is usually not specific and is often described by the patient as a ‘deep ache’, ‘tightness’ or ‘tenderness’ in an area. It can vary in intensity and radiate to other areas. Other symptoms can include reduced range of motion of muscles and joints, stiffness, fatigue, weakness, numbness or a tingling sensation. There are many other symptoms depending on the condition and patients can have one or many symptoms.

massage2 Studied at the renowned MIMT Melbourne Institute Massage Therapy building upon existing foundational massage skills in all areas, to serve clients as a remedial massage therapist and work in an integrated way with other health professionals.  Member of AAMT Australian Association of Massage Therapists.aamt logo black
Upper and Lower body sports massage training from MIMT Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy Sports; massage techniques to assist with pre and post sports activity
950+ Hours of training over 20 months with direct mentors & senior mentor assistance.  Instilling Hatha Yoga, Relaxation & Meditation as daily practices for deep change & growth.  Weekly esoteric classes along with weekend course work.  Level 2 Member of Yoga AustraliaYA Logo - Level 1
MEDITATIONTeaching Meditation from both ancient and modern perspectives which includes current scientific research and medical benefits.  Whether you want to learn to meditate for personal development, spiritual development, or general wellbeing the tools and techniques you are taught provide a deep understanding of the meditation process & can be used across the board for your own daily practice.
massage2Therapeutic massage, utilising swedish massage techniques which have a variety of benefits such as improved circulation, pain reduction, relaxation and stress relief.  Massage involves the movement and manipulation of soft tissue resulting in increased blood flow, removal of toxins and improved muscle tone. Massage helps to increase healing abilities and bring about a general sense of health and well-being.” open=”no”]
savasana 2My iRest classes are informed by the teachings of Richard Miller and the Integrative Restoration Institute.  iRest is integrative, in that it heals the various unresolved issues, traumas, and wounds that are present in the body and mind. It is restorative in that it aids its practitioners in recognizing their underlying peace of mind that is always present amidst all changing circumstances of life. learn more
STRETCH-THERAPY-FBStudying with lecturer & practioner, Kit Laughlin, who is a world authority in stretching and strengthening techniques. He is the author of the best-selling books Overcome Neck & Back Pain, Stretching & Flexibility, and Stretching & Pregnancy. You can purchase ‘Overcome Neck & Back Pain’ & ‘Stretching & Flexibility’ from my Bookshop.
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Santa Cruz, California with Paul & Suzee Grilley.  Encompassing a complete anatomical focus & breakdown of the postures in Hatha Yoga, specifically the Yin Yoga 7 Archetypal poses which cover all postures in the Yoga Catalogue.”
bow-coupleWith Paul & Suzee in Santa Cruz, California

What are chakras? Is there scientific evidence for their existence? How are they related to karma, to health, and to spiritual practice? Are they related to the energy meridians of acupuncture? This course addresses theses questions.

Chakra Meditation: Chakra meditation focuses on moving our energy and awareness into our spine. Chakra meditation is a broad term that includes several forms of practice, each form requiring a different kind of focus and effort. We will explore a range of these techniques, from mental mantras to muscular contractions. The goal is to develop a repertoire of techniques best suited to each practitioner.

Fascia and Meridians: Dr. Motoyama postulated and demonstrated that there is a flow of energy that measurably alters the conductivity of water channels within fascia. He believes these water channels are the meridians of acupuncture theory. This theory explains why yoga exercises that gently stress the fascia were developed in ancient times. We will explore this fascia-meridian theory is some detail.

bow-coupleWith Sarah Powers in Sydney, Australia 2019.

Inner pranic practices and further Mindfulness training with Yin Yoga sequences.
This course is for Yin teachers who want to use the Yin yoga class as a doorway for developing the subtle body, Mindfulness practice and psychological inquiry.

yin & yangWith Leonie Lockwood & Shannon Barry
savasana 2with Lucille Wood & Di Lucas.  Modern day variation to Yoga Nidra.  Inviting the body to comfortably release every muscle, every bit of tension and allow a space of silence to allow the healing powers of stillness, silence & yoga take effect over the entire body and it’s systems


bow-coupleWith Paul & Suzee in Santa Cruz, California

This unit is a study of the ancient text referred to as “Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras”. It was Patanjali who first organized the many various yoga practices into eight limbs, from ethical behavior to the deepest states of meditative absorption. We will put into practice the system Patanjali develops, including asana, pranayama, and meditation.

We can practice yoga techniques without a theory but our enthusiasm might lapse as the years go by because the process of mental purification can be frustratingly slow. A mature intellectual conviction can sustain us through the inevitable ups and downs of our spiritual life. Intellectual conviction develops from an honest effort to understand what we are doing and why we are doing it.

We approach the Yoga Sutras on four levels:

  1. We chant key sutras in sanskrit.
  2. We read all of the sutras in English.
  3. We outline in detail the metaphysics of Patanjali’s system.
  4. We practice pranayama and meditation in the framework discussed by Patanjali.