The Inspiring Grace Foundation Incorporated

The Inspiring Grace Foundation Incorporated offers free Yoga Classes and Individual Therapeutic and Restorative Yoga Sessions for kids on the Autism Spectrum.

As an organisation, we wish to bring a little inspiration and grace to the world of Yoga, to enable amazing special needs kids and adults to better cope with the demands of daily life in a regular world. 

Our volunteer Resident Yoga Teacher, Annaliese Bishop, thrives with Asperger's Syndrome (High Functioning Autism) and she is one of the first, if not the first, Autistic Yoga Teachers worldwide.

As a person rocking the Awesome Spectrum, Annaliese has found Yoga immensely helpful over the years in keeping her cool, calm and collected. Pranayama (breathing techniques) in particular allows her to calm herself when she finds a situation challenging or fascinating.  

Annaliese is highly trained, suitably qualified and exceptionally skilled in teaching Yoga to kids of all ages. Annaliese also maintains current Working With Children Check, Police Check, Senior First Aid and CPR certificates.


Listing details

Street address: Wadawurrung Country, 84-86 Dunloe Avenue, Norlane 3214 VIC Australia
Postal address: Wadawurrung Country, PO Box 452, Altona 3018 VIC Australia
Organisation type: Community group or not-for-profit – incorporated
Meeting venue: Wadawurrung Country, Norlane West Scout Hall,
84-86 Dunloe Avenue, Norlane 3214
Affiliations: Yoga Alliance International, Fitness Australia, International Institute of Complementary Therapists (IICT), The Treehouse Geelong
Service area: City of Greater Geelong
Website: www.inspiringgraceyoga.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/igyoga3018

Contact: Annaliese Bishop
Mobile: 0410 245 804
Email: [email protected]

Cost: Free services are provided to the community.
Free Yoga classes and individual Yoga sessions for kids on the Autism Spectrum.
Eligibility: Children 3-15 years of age with a diagnosed Autism Spectrum condition.
Volunteer opportunities: No
Wheelchair accessible? No
Public transport access: Yes - The Number 1 Bus route to and from North Shore Station stops nearby in Thompson Road. The Number 22 Bus route to and from North Shore Station stops in Anakie Road, which is approximately a 20-minute walk on mostly flat roads.