Our teachers have a diverse range of styles & training.
Our retreats draw on this depth of knowledge to offer you a really varied experience during your time with us.
Depending on the length of retreat, we generally incorporate some Hatha, Vinyasa, Restorative and Yin yoga during our time together, along with the more subtle elements of yoga philosophy, meditation and pranayama.
With the emphasis on working in small groups, and offering personal attention and adjustments, we want to help you develop your knowledge and deepen your understanding of your own yoga practice.
Charlie is a highly popular Brighton yoga teacher, who has practiced yoga for 15 years and has been teaching since 2009. She studied yoga and advanced yoga teaching with Frog Lotus Yoga in Italy and India. She also teaches classes in Pre Natal Yoga, Pilates, Les Mills Body Balance and dance. Charlie uses inspiration from her years as a dancer to improve posture in poses, and gain a sense of grace and fluidity in flow practice, leaving participants feeling strengthened, lengthened and centred.
Hannah Lee Weller
Hannah’s background is as a dancer and choreographer, and she has studied, taught and produced dance work for over 20 years. She always enjoyed yoga practice alongside this, and the natural progression was to develop her skills and become a qualified teacher, training in Hatha and Vinyasa Flow yoga. She enjoys bringing her influences of dance, anatomy, yoga philosophy and breath work to her yoga classes. She is particularly interested in how we can develop the skills of yoga beyond the mat, and integrate them into our daily lives.
Helen has adapted her yoga practice over the years to suit her changing life, body, interest and age.
When teaching she hopes to provide a space for people to explore being more comfortable in their own skin with a curiosity and a kindness, however they are, with whatever is going on in their lives.
Helen trained as a British Wheel of Yoga and Sivananda teacher 12 years ago. She has completed specialist training in pregnancy, post natal, kids, restorative yoga and yoga nidra.
Emma teaches a breath inspired yoga practice to encourage everyone to find their calm place through mindful movement. She is a Senior Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance and has been working in mainstream and special schools for over 10 years to help children and teens discover the life transforming power of yoga. She specialises in making yoga accessible for all needs from autism to dementia and runs a Teacher Training School for Children’s Yoga. Emma believes that yoga is an important part of every child’s development and should be accessible to all.
Thank you for such a perfect day yesterday. Not only did I completely relax and unwind but I also learnt so much.
I just wanted to say a big thank you to you all for such a wonderful weekend! I was very concerned being the only boy… but you all made me feel very welcome! I had such a good time!
Huge thank you to you and Charlie for a wonderful day on Sunday! It was a great reminder of how important it is to check in with oneself, so thank you for creating the space and reigniting the motivation for home practice.
Thank you so much for the weekend at Tilton House - we had a truly wonderful time.