Loraine has trained 1,000s of yoga teachers, school teachers and those who work with children throughout the world on how to teach yoga in a way that is meaningful, impactful and fun.

Loraine’s specialty is developing programs that develop the “whole child” and help them develop physically, cognitively, emotionally and socially. Loraine’s background in Yoga, as well as Meridian Based Yoga Therapy, has Zenergy be the only provider of Children and Teens Yoga Education in the world that combines the benefits and impact of teaching how to use Yoga as well as Meridian Based Yoga Therapy when working with kids.

With this combination, Zenergy trained teachers see results and make an impact on the lives of children in ways that no other Kids Yoga Teacher can. Prior to her yoga career, Loraine was a teacher trainer, which adds one of the critical elements that is essential when working with Kids/Teens. You must not only know “what to teach” but also “how to teach it” in a way that is engaging, captivating, meaningful and fun. This critical element is part of every course in the Zenergy Curriculum and evident in the experience that participants have with Loraine as their trainer.

She has published over 35 articles on impacting the lives of children and teens through yoga and meditation. Loraine is a regular contributor to Australia Yoga Life Magazine and writes a monthly column “Om Kids” for Australian Yoga Journal.

Loraine was instrumental in bringing Yoga programs into the Australian school system. Over the last 25 years, the Zenergy Methodology has been taught in Early Childhood, primary, secondary, private, religious, selective and special needs schools throughout Australia.

She is an active advocate of the benefits of yoga for children & teens.  She was featured in the documentary Yoga For Change and served on the National Committee of the International Yoga Teachers Association, the National Committee of Australasian Association of Yoga Therapists and the Yoga In Schools Committee for Yoga Australia.

A highly sought-after speaker and trainer. Loraine has delivered professional development days for Teacher Training Australia & Pearson. She has also been a featured speaker for ACHPER, Australia’s Yoga Therapy Conference and Yoga Australia’s national conference.

As a leading Yoga instructor for children in Australia, ABC television selected Loraine to be the featured instructor on their “Yoga For Kids” DVD and CD.

Zenergy Yoga - About Loraine
The Zenergy Teacher Training Courses were the first courses to allow yoga teachers to be recognised as accredited Children’s Yoga Teachers in Australia. The courses are registered with YA, accredited by Yoga Alliance, endorsed by IYTA and accredited with Fitness Australia. Loraine was the first ever accredited children’s yoga teacher with Yoga Australia.

“Loraine is a very enthusiastic teacher, full of passion for yoga and an inspiration for us ‘new teachers.’ She has been shining her light in the lives of so many kids, parents and other professionals. Yes! The world needs more people like you!”


“This course has provided an amazing box of tools to allow me to confidently get started putting my own classes together. The info was delivered in such an energetic and honest manner by Loraine – inspiring. It was fantastic, well-delivered, professional, complete, fun, inspiring and creative”.

Manila Barnett

“Loraine is so thorough, knowledgeable, experienced and kept me captivated the entire time. I’ve never been to a teacher training where the teacher has been so present the entire time.”

Nicky Taylor

“Loraine is phenomenal, all her training will change you and the way you teach kids yoga, it will impact the little yogis and even adults. Love everything about all her courses.”

Carla Jong

“Loraine, you are unhesitatingly generous in sharing your experiences, knowledge & resources.Your absolute passion and commitment to children of all ages and their innate wholeness comes through in your wholehearted belief that yoga must encompass the whole human experience …You are trailblazing the way…”

Viviene Schwartz