About Yoga Jivana

Sue Everett - Senior Iyengar Yoga Teacher

Sue Everett

Founder, director & Senior Intermediate 3 teacher

Sue Everett has extensive knowledge of the body gained from her background in classical & modern dance in Australia and Europe that informs her practice at a deep level. Following a spinal injury, Sue returned to Melbourne and was introduced to the healing qualities of Iyengar Yoga.

Sue began teaching yoga in 1991, and while her main focus is teaching and running Yoga Jivana in Melbourne Australia, she also enjoys travelling within Australia and overseas to teach yoga and train yoga teachers.

To study with her teachers (the late) Mr BKS Iyengar – Guruji, his daughter Geeta Iyengar, and granddaughter Abhijata Iyengar, Sue regularly visits the Iyengar Yoga Institute- RIMYI in Pune, India.

Fully qualified directly from Geeta S Iyengar, Sue is a Senior Intermediate 3 Iyengar Yoga teacher &Teacher Trainer, and Assessor.

Sue’s interest is to promote a deeper understanding of how to support & nurture a holistic and disciplined yoga practice while incorporating the fundamentals of yogic philosophy. Sue’s teaching style, while welcoming & encouraging to all emphasizes a rigorous & challenging approach to the practice of yoga asana & pranayama. Sue is known for her clarity in teaching the intricacies of yoga practice and teaching.



Only certified Iyengar teachers are entitled to use the name of yoga master BKS Iyengar and his teaching method.


Each certified teacher is committed to upholding the excellence and purity of Iyengar Yoga, one of the words most widely practiced yoga’s.


The Iyengar Certification Mark is your guarantee of a teacher you can trust; knowledgeable, experienced and rigorously trained.