Rut blends specialised evidence based post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) training and a passion for working therapeutically to help you process stored trauma and unconscious patterns so you can recover, feel more confident and develop positive habits in your life.

 The therapeutic and holistic approach allows the yoga to meet the student while taking small integrative steps. Self-efficacy along with building a skill set to self-regulate are key aspects to being able to navigate daily life well.

The ability to internally observe without judgement, to relax, to strengthen the nervous system and raising your vitality are important aspects to cultivate true wellbeing.

 Her training supports her to be able to assist clients presenting with a wide range of challenges and conditions. A particular focus of her work addresses Childhood Trauma, (C)PTSD, addictions, chronic health conditions and recovery for victims of domestic abuse.  

Rut’s wholehearted dedication to serving others, and natural ability to meet you wherever you are, allows her to provide a warm and nurturing space for your journey to recovery. 

She’ll help you breathe deeper, move more freely, and step more surely into life.

 Rut lives on the Central Coast with her 2 daughters.

‘It takes more than medicine to get well.’ – Guru Ram Das Centre for Medicine and Humanology


Kundalini Yoga

I would like to acknowledge the events that have unfolded in 2020 in the Kundalini Yoga Community. 

The allegations against Yogi Bhajan who passed in 2004 came with a journey of many emotions and stages.

I am still processing and will invite myself to continue to do so in order to keep seeing more that will add to the bigger picture.

It has been heartbreaking and very disturbing when one is to set out to support students with great care.

My teacher training team (Ramadasa Australia) that I have been part of since 2012 has put all trainings on hold and we will not return.


I feel it is important to be authentic, to openly share and to be transparent.

I am available for any questions and conversation.

I can forward links to information and share to the best of my knowledge.

I no longer offer general Kundalini Yoga Classes as taught by Yogi Bhajan. 

Any material I delivery is from a therapeutic standpoint.

I am offering the practice in a way I see supportive for students at this time and that is to focus on yogic foundations, keeping the teachings simple, listening to the body and applying an inward awareness. 

I would like to share the letter we shared from our training team: Click here

I appreciate this sharing by my mentor: A student teacher questions: "What is your actual vision of Kundalini Yoga and Yogi Bhajan?"