Flo Fenton is well known for the depth and quality of her teaching, and her commitment to yoga as a total life-style. She has long been respected for her ability to teach yoga that caters to the needs of each individual, respecting that each of us in are unique. Thus she provides us with the best possible insight into ourselves. Flo has been a regular contributor to Australian Yoga Life Magazine since 2002, and writes the regular 'Yoga Matters' segment for Nature and Health magazine. She currently teaches regular classes, 5 day retreats, private sessions and her own teacher trainings, all from Suffolk Park, near Byron Bay, where she has been based for 11 years. She also teaches on the prestigious Yoga Arts Teacher Training, on which she specialises in teaching Yoga Therapy. Flo is currently registered with Yoga Alliance at the highest possible level of teaching expereince, ERYT-500.
Kathy Quinn is now part of Intouch Yoga’s teaching faculty! She has trained diligently under Flo for the full 500 hours of teacher training. Since 2013, she has been assisting Flo regularly on retreats, teaching classes at the Suffolk Park Community Hall and becoming an expert in leading private yoga sessions. Kathy began practicing yoga fifteen years ago and has been a serious practitioner for the past eleven years. While living in New Zealand, she was both student and later, teacher for an Iyengar trained senior yoga teacher, Ans Olislagers, in Auckland. When her teacher was in a serious skiing accident, Kathy was asked to take over teaching her yoga classes for 6 months during her recovery…and the love of teaching was born! Upon moving to Australia, Kathy pursued formalised training with Flo, completing both Level 1 and Level 2 teacher training, for a 500 hour certification, with an emphasis on yoga therapy.