Name: Gina Brescianini
Role: Head of Education and Senior Facilitator
Gina Brescianini was a soloist with The Australian Ballet for 10 years and has been fortunate enough to perform all over Australia and the world, in traditional and contemporary ballets. Gina started practising Kundalini yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan in 2001, perfect for supporting her busy ballet life. She was practising, learning and studying in every spare moment, completing her teacher training in New Mexico in 2010.
Since then Gina has completed a 1,000-hour mentorship with Duncan Peak, and has undertaken rigorous long-term study and mentorship with Annie Carpenter in SmartFLOW yoga, which she now teaches at Power Living in classes and Teacher Training modules. Other significant teachers she has studied with are Maty Ezraty, Simon Park and Sarah Powers. Gina is also a Classical Ballet Teacher and Pilates teacher.
Gina is our Head of Education, Lead Teacher Trainer at Power Living of our 200hr and 500hr Teacher Training Programs, alongside being a Lead facilitator and Performance Coach.
Gina is full of passion and joy to share her love of yoga, pranayama and meditation with the community at Power Living and beyond.
Getting to know Gina:
What is your favourite asana posture? Why?
The wheel! I love the liberating feeling and opening it gives to your heart centre!
How would your best friend describe you?
Ray of light, bubble of joy.
Share with us a life turning point and favourite lesson learnt.
A huge turning point for me was when I did my first yoga teacher training in New Mexico in an ashram in the middle of the desert. It showed me the power of a community that was rich in positivity.
Find classes with Gina in-studio or on the Livestream timetable