Teacher Training Team
Meet the team behind yogahub’s teacher training courses
Brian is a yoga and breathwork teacher based in Dublin. Brian undertook his teacher training in Goa, India, studying extensively the lineages of Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Iyengar and Therapeutic yoga. His yoga classes are breath-focused, and based on alignment and conscious movement, while also encouraging students to intuitively explore the uniqueness of their own bodies and practice.
He also teaches breathwork classes, where the focus is on developing a deeper relationship to the breath and connecting to its natural power as a tool for healing, transformation and relaxation. Brian believes that by consciously and compassionately connecting with the body and breath, they can begin to act as an anchor into the present, creating greater clarity and awareness, and allowing access to a simpler flow of life.
Suzanne completed her own 200-hour teacher training at yogahub in 2016, developing a strong love for continuous education within the practice.
After subsequent advanced trainings in Ashtanga, Rocket Yoga and Yin Yoga, she has become a certified 500RYT under Yoga Alliance; she has managed, led and taught multiple trainings at yogahub over the past number of years.
Rohan has been a full-time yoga teacher for over twenty years and has been training teachers for more than a decade.
Originally qualified in Iyengar yoga and influenced by the Ashtanga and Vinyasa styles, his teaching is based on traditional alignment and fundamentals, which are constantly evolving with experience and intuition.
Jess Gormley oversees our Pilates Teacher Training Program at yogahub.
With over a decade of practice and six years’ teaching experience, Jess is passionate about Pilates and passing that passion onto others. She believes a strong understanding of the Pilates principles and repertoire, combined with an understanding of how the body moves and why we utilise each exercise, is key to becoming a confident and creative teacher.
Since qualifying from her initial training, she has broadened her knowledge and skill set, training in pre- and post-natal Pilates, the Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Programme and barre.
Jayne started practising Pilates in 2005; she qualified to teach advanced matwork and reformer in 2015. She has over 1,000 hours of teaching experience and over 700 hours of yoga teacher training.
Jayne believes in the importance of understanding the mechanics and functioning of the body to maximise health, performance and happiness. She is excited to share her knowledge with you to help you become better Pilates teachers.
Gracie’s yoga journey began in her late teenage years. She discovered it was a quiet space. Breath awareness was a priority, and after no time she felt a sense of calm she hadn’t known before.
She trained for her 200-hour Ashtanga-vinyasa YTT in Cadiz, in the south of Spain. After her initial training, she went on to train in Yin yoga, a very intimate and special practice. From there, she studied MBSR (mindfulness-based stress reduction).
She tries to incorporate awareness, breathwork and a flowing physical asana practice into her classes. Her hope is that students leave the studio feeling a little less heavy in their minds and open throughout their bodies.