Zoe Trenwith Power Living Australia Yoga Adelaide
Zoe Trenwith Power Living Australia Yoga Adelaide

Name: Zoe Trenwith
Role: Facilitator

Zoe’s journey to yoga started as a way to heal after a serious car accident. After years of rehab, physiotherapy, surgeries and pain clinics, stepping into her first yoga class changed her life.

The asana practice helped Zoe strengthen and learn to trust her body again but the mental and spiritual effects sparked a reawakening. Inspired to help others, Zoe went on to study as a personal trainer, Pilates instructor, massage therapist and yoga teacher. An E-RYT 500hr certified teacher, Zoe has spent the past 13 years studying, practicing and teaching. Blessed to have been inspired by some amazing teachers, Zoe is grateful for those who have helped guide her along the way especially Clive Sheridan, Peter Clifford and Philip Lemke.

Zoe believes the body can be a gateway to the mind and she is  widely recognised for her strong focus on correct alignment, easy to understand technique and for making even the difficult principles seem like child’s play. Zoe encourages students to turn their weaknesses into strengths. Her classes are playful yet challenging – encouraging students to look inwards, find internal strength and connect to themselves both on and off the mat. Her goal is for you to show up for yourself and to live up to your highest potential.

Zoe has a deep appreciation and love for the philosophical and mythological aspects of yoga and continues to dive deep into these teachings. As a transformational life coach, yoga teacher and inspirational speaker, Zoe is dedicated to helping people discover their personal POWER, to live with PASSION and find their unique PURPOSE.

Zoe firmly believes the only limitations you have are the limitations you give yourself; anything is possible if you only believe. And if you don’t believe – initially Zoe will help you get there to become the best person you can be, both on and off the mat.


Getting to know the crew:

Share with us a life turning point and the favourite lesson learnt?

The car accident I had at 18 and the journey back to health made me realise the importance of living in the now. It taught me to trust myself and not be limited by the opinions of others. Anything is possible and life is meant to be lived. Are you living for you resume or your eulogy?

When you are not extending, bending and sweating what do you like to do?

I love hanging out with my dogs, hanging down at the beach, SUP, really any water activities, hiking. Just being in nature.

When students walk out of my class I hope the feel…

Challenged, inspired and empowered.