Hayden's classes are open to the fullness of our human experience as spiritual beings, while being gently grounded in the embodiment of presence. He teaches from the heart to the individual, and inspires students to discover their own practice, their own contact with the divine, and their own unique voice. He aspires to hold a space that is inclusive, trauma aware, and welcome to all.
As well as a range of other Yoga styles, Hayden teaches Yin Yoga in the direct lineage of the founders of the practice, Paul Grilley & Sarah Powers. He endeavours to pass on the fullness of that knowledge, flavoured with his study of Buddhism, anatomy, and traditional Chinese medicine. And informed by his personal experience of teaching Yin yoga classes, workshops and trainings to thousands of students since 2014.
Hayden was raised in a large family close to nature, where kindness was the highest value. He worked in construction while pursuing a Biology degree in Conservation Ecology, and spent many years in the forest studying the natural world. A youth of martial arts and meditation led him to Yoga in the mid-2000s, where he found grounded, practical techniques for bringing more peace and awareness into daily life. A desire to help others led Hayden to share with the world the practices that can help bring so much joy, ease and growth.