Course Director + Asana + Anatomy + Physiology + Yoga Lifestyle and Ethics + Teacher Methodology Tutor
Emily Young is foremost a teacher educator, having led undergraduate, postgraduate and professional development programs in sport, health and physical education for over 10 years at Universities in the UK.
She shares a warm and inclusive vinyasa teaching style, highlighting learner/practitioner awareness and self-realisation through her yoga leadership.
She has delivered retreats, workshops and YA yoga teacher training across Asia, Europe and the USA.
Emily is always learning through yoga, studying Ashtanga yearly with her teacher Ajay Kumar in Mysore, having trained in Hatha Philosophy in Northern India, studied Buddhism in Nepal and with strong influence from practitioners such as Kathy Cooper, Shannon Gannon and Tara Brach and received training from the likes of Dr Sushil Yogi, Noah Maze, Elena Bower and Leslie Kramanoff .
Emily holds a plethora of lifestyle and physical activity qualifications and national governing body awards, she is a CHEK holistic lifestyle coach, holds a MSc in Sport and Exercise Science and an MPhil in Philosophy of Education. She is a Senior Lecturer in Health and Well-being Education at Edge Hill University in the UK and has embarked on her PhD studies , hoping to shed some more light and evoke discussion around happiness, education, teacher wellbeing and, well, sharing some of why we yoga teachers feel such love and contentment with teachers and leaders in formal education settings.
Adrienne Le Coure
Grown and nurtured in the hills of Montana, Adrienne is a 500 hour Yoga Alliance certified yoga teacher. Her journey with yoga began over a decade ago and since then yoga has inspired revolutionary transformations for her on the physical, mental, and emotional levels. Her pursuit of yoga has lead her all over the world, eventually completing an intensive teachers training in northern India.
Her additional training includes Immersions at Sivananda Ashram in Madurai, India, Ashtanga Immersions in Sri Lanka and in Missoula, and specialist training in Trauma Sensitive Yoga.
She is enthusiastically sharing the incredible gifts she has accessed on the mat with students around the world.
She has experience teaching in various capacities, from luxury retreats in Sri Lanka to refugee camps in Greece. Most of her experience teaching has been out of the studio and “in the trenches” if you will, serving the sick, elderly, traumatized and vulnerable.
Adrienne is especially passionate about using yoga as an instrument to empower marginalized populations and provide healing from physical and emotional wounds.
…in bare feet.
Yoga found Rose in her thirties. Her training wasn’t a romantic call to Mother India or an escape to exotic shores- more rainy 3am commutes to a baptism of fire training in Manchester. Although she adheres to the principles of a traditional practice, she deeply believes yoga should be accessible to every body. Sometimes that means deconstruction as one size does not fit all in yoga and meditation.
Her Northern English roots makes for an approachable, no nonsense, relatable learning experience. Rose delivers YA continued education and professional development, comprehensive yin yoga teacher trainings as well as grassroots community yoga, studio classes and work with national charities and professional sportspeople.
She enjoys being part of her local Lululemon collective and her big passion is supporting other teachers and connecting people. Presenting at The Om Yoga Show UK and being invited to write for industry publications have all been exciting opportunities for a very normal person intent on furthering others. Let’s throw some shapes and stretch our minds.
NEW to the faculty for 2019! Gabriella first came across the Sanskrit language aged perhaps 1 or 2 when just before she would go to sleep her Mum would chant a Sanskrit prayer. Maybe it went in one ear and out the other, but it helped her sleep and it cleaned the middle as it made its way through! Since then, she can honestly say Sansrkit has become a best friend to her, from being one of my chosen subjects at school from the age of 5-18, and then at Oxford University and beyond.
The sounds of Sanskrit resonate with Gabriella, they make her feel at ease, and they give me strength- and she hopes to work with others to explore more of the magic, power and wonder that is Sanskrit.
See Gabriellas sunning voice on her youtube channel: