Our Teachers

All of the teachers at Blue Water Yoga are qualified, registered yoga teachers.

Kerryn Godfrey

I attended my first yoga class over 40 years ago and the connection was immediate and enduring. Without any understanding of the true purpose of this ancient science, I knew that my body felt better, my mind was much calmer and that the practice connected me to something that was familiar and nurturing – a deep, vibrant and peaceful stillness.

Over years of practice, this connection deepened and developed into a passion to share the benefits of yoga and I eventually began teaching in 2005, completing teacher training in the Rishiculture Ashtanga (Gitananda) tradition. I am also a Certified Svaroopa® Yoga teacher, an Embodyment® Therapist, and a teacher with the Art of Living Foundation.

I am grateful to all my teachers for their love, support and guidance and especially give thanks to HH Sri Sri Ravi Shankar for shining the light on me!

Sherrill Harvey

I have always enjoyed being physically fit, participating in many sports during my lifetime, even attending the odd yoga class here and there. But when I committed to a regular yoga practice, there was no going back! Initially, yoga for me was all about the asanas (postures) but over time I came to realise that yoga is much more than this.

I completed my first yoga teacher training in the Vinyasa style with Linda Newman Yoga but I soon discovered that I was drawn to teaching the “quieter” practices. I have since completed training in Yin, Meditation, Restorative Yoga, Qigong and Pilates.

Yoga and other mindful movement practices assist me through the ups and downs of daily life, helping me to reduce stress, find calmness and clarity of mind.  I’m passionate about helping others to experience the benefits of these practices to achieve their optimum state of wellness.

My teaching style has a gentle and nurturing approach: guiding you to experience a strong mind-body connection within an environment of support and positive guidance.