About Kundalini Yoga in Kalamunda

Professional Yoga Instruction

A degree qualified former dancer and choreographer, Nicki began practicing Iyengar Yoga over 30 years ago.

After a successful career in Community Dance, working mainly with children and adults with special needs, and 10 years as a stay at home Mum of two, Nicki retrained as a Kundalini Yoga Teacher in 2010, and has been teaching in the Kalamunda Community since then.

A passionate advocate for the benefits of yoga and meditation in creating a resilient and strong body, mind and spirit, Nicki believes that a teacher must be a lifelong student too.

Since that initial yoga teacher training, Nicki has followed her yogic interests into short courses as diverse as yoga for pain relief, arthritis and pelvic health, therapeutic yoga and the neuroscience of yoga.

She specializes in slow, mindful yoga and playing the gong, and her goal is to ensure that every class she teaches is safe and effective for all participants.


Nicki Walters

Kundalini Yoga

Slow, mindful yoga

Gong baths


Yoga for Pain

As “The Gentle Yogi”, Nicki’s classes are slow, mindful, meditative and deeply relaxing.


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“All in all over these past few weeks, I feel I have come a long way in helping my body to heal and so much of these feelings are due to your delightful manner and skill in passing on methods of Yoga in the healing process.”


From Forrestfield , Private yoga student

“In the last six months since attending Nicki’s classes, I feel relaxed, restored, rejuvenated.

Her classes are friendly, informative and enjoyable yet Nicki gives focus to you as an individual.”


Gooseberry Hill, Open Class

I have been going to Nicki’s kundalini yoga classes for the last five years.  I have found Nicki to be a wonderful teacher who is extremely knowledgeable and consistently provides reliable, interesting, dynamic and nurturing classes.”


Maida Vale, Open Class

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Kundalini Yoga is the Yoga of awareness. Through the use of asanas (postures), pranayam (breathing), mantra (sound) and meditation you are able to strengthen and cleanse the body, mind and spirit.

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