Our Mindful Movement Education Programs are offered under the umbrella of YOGAZEIT Ltd. Launched in 2017, Yogazeit is a Not for Profit and Health Promotion Charity (DGR 1 status) dedicated to the prevention and management of both psychological and physical health conditions. We educate and empower educators, yoga teachers, health professionals, parents, teens and children youth with Yoga and Mindfulness classes, programs, training, and professional development courses founded on the principles of education, ethics and research. To support our activities, we rely on donations, grants, our own fundraising efforts and funding arrangements with strategic partners.
At YOGAZEIT, we believe that the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of Mindfulness and Movement should be accessible to all school communities across Australia, regardless of financial circumstances, race, gender, age, physical abilities, challenges and talents.
At YOGAZEIT, we appreciate the importance of taking the time to support wellbeing. Whether it is at school, at home or for yourself.
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What We Do
Our VISION is to provide access to Yoga and Mindfulness to people and high-risk groups in need with a focus on:
Australian School Communities
Empowering students and educators with the resources and activities they can use to reduce their stress and anxiety to best support their resilience, and physical and mental fitness leads to a happier and healthier future.
We consult and collaborate with Indigenous Elders, Aboriginal Education staff, mental health experts, schools and Traditional Language Groups in remote communities to develop culturally-relevant mindful movement resources and activities.
We work with Indigenous Elders, Aboriginal education staff, mental health experts, schools and Traditional Language Groups in remote communities to develop culturally-relevant mindful movement resources and activities.
Executive Board and Advisory Committee
YOGAZEIT is governed by an Executive Board who dedicate their time and knowledge on a volunteer basis.
Jayme commenced yoga in her early twenties to improve physical movement and subsequently discovered the mental benefits of adhering to a regular practice. Yoga is now an integral part of her weekly exercise schedule to help with de-stressing and improving overall wellbeing. She has a passion to continue to grow in these areas and believes that everyone, young and old should also have this opportunity.
Jayme graduated as certified Teenage Yoga Educator in 2020!
Regina has introduced thousands of children, teachers, school communities and seniors playfully and safely to trauma informed Yoga and Mindfulness. Certified with Yoga Australia and Yoga Alliance she facilitates evidence-based Trainings and Professional Development for anyone interested in supporting the Health and Wellbeing for the Young and Young at Heart.
Having worked as exclusive Trainer for Yoga Ed. in Australia and New Zealand from 2018 through the COVID-19 pandemic until early 2021, Regina also holds tertiary degrees in Mental Health, Business, Marketing and Human Resources Management.
She’s a certified Life Coach specialising in Executive/Business and Health and Wellness coaching. Fascinated by Neuroscience and the mental Health benefits of Yoga and Mindfulness practices she advances her skills and knowledge with ongoing study.
Registered with Yoga Alliance she’s an E-RYT, RCYT and YACEP. Regina volunteers at local Youth Group organisations and community centres and supports the Yoga Australia Yoga for Children Committee. She’s a Board Member of ACHPER WA and is a Mentor at the Career Pathways Mentoring 2 Work Program . She’s a mum of three amazing little humans and loves exploring Australia’s outback and underwater world.
Successfully securing funding, employment and capacity building for Yogazeit, Regina stepped down from her CEO role in December 2022. Handing over the reigns to guide the organisation, she’ll continue to support Yogazeit in a Board capacity from 2023. Her vision is that one day there will be an integration and collaboration of education and yoga/mindfulness in all Schools across Australia empowering bodies and minds with tools to support physical and mental health and wellbeing.
Join the Advisory Committee
We are currently seeking people who are passionate about Health and Wellbeing to assist our organisation, especially with its strategic aims and objectives. If you have a background in corporate or not-for-profit with experience in fundraising, legal, marketing, strategic growth, or networking – please apply! People with Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background are especially encouraged to apply, having the chance to actively support our outreach programming.
Join Our Team
Volunteer with Yogazeit
Volunteers enable our life-changing programs to reach the most vulnerable amongst young people and adults. By educating others about the benefits of Yoga and Mindfulness or taking part in administrative or teaching duties, volunteers ensure that each week our organisation can successfully help those who need it most – allowing us to maximise our impact.
Publishing Annual Reports, Newsletters and Blogs keep our valued funding partners, prospective donors, and engaged followers informed. You can freely download our publications and read our media posts and even subscribe to our Newsletter here – happy reading!
2022 Annual Report view >
Annual Information Statement 2021 view >
Deadly Minds-Mindfulness for our Mob view >
Let's Learn and Move Outside view >
Mental Health Week 2022 view >
Online Training In Mindful Movement Brain Breaks view >
Yogazeit Education News view >
A Kookaburra for Christmas view >
Campaign Overview view >