Deadly Minds acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their cultures; and to Elders both past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples engaging with Deadly Minds today.

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Deadly Minds

Certified Indigenous Youth Yoga Teacher Training & short course to support wellbeing online soon!

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Deadly Minds Course Starts Soon

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Course overview

Certified Indigenous Youth Yoga Teacher Training

This Social Emotional Wellbeing focused certified Indigenous Youth Yoga Teacher Training will equip Australia’s next generation of Mindful Leaders with skills to start teaching their mob practical ways to combat stress, improve social-emotional skills, support learning and boost mental, cultural, physical and spiritual health.

Evidence-based and trauma informed, Deadly Minds explores ways to empower physical, mental and emotional regulation. You’ll learn about body anatomy and safe stretching to prevent injury.

  • 30 hours online
  • In your time, at your place, flexible learning
  • Learn to teach Breathing, Movement and Relaxation
  • Trauma Informed
  • From Indigenous peoples FOR Indigenous peoples
  • FREE limited training spots now available

What is Deadly Minds Digital?

Deadly Minds Digital is an innovative digital training platform built upon the success of Yogazeit’s social impact projects and strong collaboration with Indigenous communities across Australia.

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What will you learn through Deadly Minds?

General Background

Learn about the Science of teaching age-appropriate Yoga and Mindfulness for growing bodies and minds. Explore child and adolescent development for ages 3-18 to build customised Deadly Minds classes at schools or in community.

Youth Yoga Teaching Techniques, Training and Practice

Actively teach developmentally appropriate and safe Mindful Movement/Yoga while fostering the joy of culturally relevant play and learning through Social Emotional Wellbeing related games. You’ll learn a variety of breathing techniques and understand how to teach a trauma-informed class to support inclusion and accessibility for every body.

Teaching Methodology

Discover classroom management techniques and learn how to develop your own lesson plans for yoga/mindful movement education at school, at home, or in the community.

Anatomy and Physiology

Cultivate an understanding of children’s and teens’ anatomy and physiology while exploring body systems and the benefits of healthy movement patterns. Appreciate the positive impact of Yoga on the nervous system and brain development for growing bodies and minds. Discover how to support Indigenous health and wellbeing with a culturally relevant approach.

Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers

Enhance your teaching skills by embodying the basic yoga precepts. Foster Mindfulness and Movement as a life skill (beyond the yoga mat) and learn about legal requirements and ethical guidelines when working with children and young people. 

Participant standing in a dry gorge with red rocks surrounding him practicing a yoga shape

Empowering Communities





Deadly Minds has trained 18 people and positively impacted 800+ kids in remote communities accross Western Australia.

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What our students say

To learn more about 10 graduates of world’s first Indigenous Yoga Teacher Training which took place at Nanga Bush camp please visit the Yogazeit’s website – 2022 Deadly Minds. To view the 8 participants who immersed themselves in this training at Karijini National Park on Banjima country please visit the Yogazeit’s website – 2023 Deadly Minds.

2022 & 2023 students

Course delivered On Country

Deadly Minds has generously been supported by Lululemon’s philanthropic ‘Here to Be‘ giving program. We sincerely thank all our partners who’ve made this unique program possible and gratefully acknowledge all the Indigenous communities, remote schools in the Pilbara, Kimberley and Northern Territory, Elders, children, teachers and organisations who supported this journey whole-hearted – Thank you!