Yoga with Simon and Deanne Voysey
"I have been attending Esoteric Yoga classes for around six months and can't imagine life without them. I have quite a stressful job, and until I started the classes, I hadn't realised how much I had let the stress and pressure of my daily work affect me both physically and emotionally. Thanks to these classes, I have begun to use the techniques we apply in the class on a daily basis – resulting in less stress at work and a better appreciation of life in general. I am calmer and more relaxed, and more at ease with myself."
"I've been doing Body Harmony classes for over 12 years now and try never to miss one. I usually start the class feeling really tired and always leave it feeling energised! Deanne and Simon both have great voices - they lull you into relaxing, which we all need!"
Simon and Deanne Voysey have been practicing, presenting and sharing Yoga in Sydney for 30 and 17 years respectively. They have well over 15,000 hours of experience presenting in a wide variety of locales including workplace and corporate settings as well as health clinics, gym and leisure centres, community spaces, schools and Aged Care Facilities.
Over the years, they have had many high profile clients and serviced well-known companies and government agencies such as Fuji Xerox, Sydney Opera House, City of Sydney, The University of NSW, ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority), Roads and Traffic Authority, The Dept. of Veteran Affairs, The University of Sydney, Citigroup, CommBank, The Art Gallery of NSW, Readers Digest, The Australia Council for the Arts, The Australian Navy base in Woolloomooloo and many more private enterprises.
In 2007, Deanne and Simon met Serge Benhayon of Universal Medicine. This changed their relationship with Yoga and their understanding of the depth and power Yoga can bring to everyday life. They now make a clear distinction between Yoga as a practise to re-connect with stillness and develop Union within, while physical exercise is a way to love and care for the body. Even though exercise can also be an opportunity to re-connect, they make Yoga primarily about Union, connection and stillness and do not practice it as a form of exercise. To celebrate this shift they rebranded their services and business name in 2009 to Body Harmony.