Katy Appleton, Founder & Director of appleyoga brings to yoga more than 25 years of expertise in movement through ballet, Pilates, body tuning, breath and energy work. She is an internationally recognised teacher of Vinyasa Flow and is known for bringing the true essence of yoga alive in a student's body mind in creative, dynamic and life transforming ways.
Kerry-Lyn fundamentally believes in two principles – firstly that we all crave to make meaning of our experiences and secondly that we are conceived in relationship and as a result have a built in desire to be ‘in relationship’ - with ourselves and others.
Christopher Wallis, also known as Hareesh, was introduced to Indian spirituality at the age of seven and initiated into the practice of yogic meditation at sixteen. His degrees include a B.A. in Religion and Classics from the University of Rochester, an M.A. in Sanskrit from U.C. Berkeley, an M.Phil. in Classical Indian Religions from Oxford, and a Ph.D. on the traditions of Śaiva Tantra from Berkeley.
Emma came to yoga gradually, trying out different styles until discovering appleyoga on a retreat to Morocco.
This retreat was the catalyst from which Emma jumped into her appleyoga Teacher Training. The training created the foundations for becoming an appleyoga teacher, teacher training mentor, pre/post natal teacher.
Natasha completed her 200hr Teacher Training with appleyoga, going on to continue her studies with appleyoga, training as a pre & postnatal yoga teacher. She is very grateful to all the wonderful and inspiring teachers that have helped her on her journey and enjoys sharing her skills, knowledge and insight with her students.
BSc (Hons) Ost BA (Hons)
Following an initial degree in English Literature at UEA in the early 1980's, working on an organic farm and as a carpenter in Norfolk, Chris graduated as a prize winning osteopath from the British School of Osteopathy in 2000.
Chanting is a divine yoga/the yoga of sound or 'nada'.It is a sublime and ancient practice that is the gateway to connecting with our own true nature.
The vibration of the sacred syllables in each chant reverberate deeply in the soul of every human being.
To Leila, yoga practice is a matter of the heart.
Her background in therapeutic bodywork, energy healing, and teaching yoga has given her a refined view of the body as a register of the spirit, and a site of transformation.