Lee has travelled all around the world for many years, an avid yoga enthusiast and all round thrill seeker. Lee's love for the water has seen him exploring and taking on free diving and scuba diving expeditions in Egypt, the Blue Hole in Belize, and exploring ship wrecks and cage free shark diving in Truk Lagoon.
Lee has completed his Level 1 Leadership Training with the
Rites of Passage Institute an experiential intensive program aimed at training participants in the key elements of a Rites of Passage program. A course that gives him the experience and understanding of how to build Rites of Passage elements into their work helping them become a better mentor, coach, leader or parent to anyone going through transitional stages in their lives.
Lee truly embodies having a balanced life while also a current business owner of his own carpentry business, Wolf Carpentry, he understands how the daily grind can leave you feeling depleted and uninspired.
“Opening to my adventurous, playful side allows me to re-energise and maintain a sense of balance in my life"
Lee has a big heart and his generosity does not go unnoticed, he loves connecting with people and hopes to bring some of his sense of adventure and share some of his travel tips with you all.
Lee deals with all the logistics that goes into preparing our one of a kind Earth Pulls Retreats, he makes sure you are comfortable and getting the most out of your experience, no problem is too much for Lee.
Cody was trained on the beautiful coast of Byron bay completing her Cert IV 500 hour YTT, and also a 50 hour advanced training on detailed alignment and intelligent sequencing, with world renowned yoga teacher Noah Maze,. These trainings integrated both the physical aspects of yoga and the spiritual aspects of these ancient and revered practices. In her classes, Cody skilfully, guides you through asana, pranayama and mediation techniques to help calm the murmurings of mind and allow the focus to turn inwards.
Cody has travelled around the world experiencing first-hand the connections that can be made, with people sharing this human experience. Her travels brought her into closer connection with herself. She has chased her "wild-fire" and felt drawn to teaching yoga, as a natural progression. Cody soon learned that it was her Dharma (Our Dharma is our true place in the cosmic process: in time, in space, in awareness, in thought, deed and desire), Cody aims to ignite that wild fire within each of us and help to discover what it is that moves us.
“Yoga is really an extension or a taste of my soul”