Maev Creaven is a certified Hatha Yoga and Prenatal Yoga teacher and a registered member of Birthlight and Yoga Alliance. Maev teaches both Vinyasa (flow) yoga and pregnancy yoga. Her classes vary in intensity while her teaching style is relaxed. Yearly Maev travels to India to nourish her knowledge and practice of yoga. Maevs' Yoga compliments her Nutritional Therapy Clinic by encouraging her students to live a healthier and fuller life on and off the yoga mat.
A native of Galway, Marion has been practicing yoga for over 10 years. With experience in Iyengar, Ashtanga, Sivananda, Bikram and Hatha yoga she then discovered Kundalini Yoga. Loving its use of mantra and meditation she found it to be a truly transformational practice. She recently completed level 1 teacher training with iSKY (School of Kundalini Yoga, Ireland) and hopes to bring her love of yoga across in her classes.
Eilis started yoga over 10 years ago with a beginner’s course in Ashtanga Yoga. Although the course was tough she was smitten by the flow of movement. Initially concerned more with getting into a pose - reaping the benefits from each pose took time. Currently her daily practice is a mix of Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow.
Over the years Eilis has explored her love of yoga and has completed a number of training courses. The most influential were: David Swenson - Primary Series Teacher Training London; Paul Dallagan – yoga retreat Koh Samui, Thailand; Sharath Rangaswamy- mysore practice Goa, India; Ajay Kumar – mysore practice Mysore, India; BNS Iyengar – pranayama Mysore, India, and Prem Carlisi & Heather Duplex - mysore practice Ubud, Bali. She completed her teacher training in 2008 at the Green Lotus Yoga School.
As a teacher Eilis aims to enable students to: work energetically with their breath; become aware of their physical limitations and possibilities; enjoy practicing yoga and the many benefits from it.
Fiona HynesFiona started Hatha yoga in 1998 after the birth of her 2nd child. In 2002 she was introduced to Ashtanga Yoga. This disciplined style of Yoga really resonated with her and so began the journey to learn more.Having attended workshops by visiting teachers Kino MacGregor and Paul Dalligan, she was inspired to begin her Teacher Training in Dublin which she completed in 2006 and began teaching yoga fulltime in Galway.Fiona continued to practice daily and travelled to Kino’s workshops and completed further studies with David Swenson in London completing adjustment teacher training in 2009. She spent 2012 in California attending daily mysore practice under the guidance of Anne Finstad. While in California she attended intensive workshops with Senior Ashtanga teachers such as Tim Miller, Chuck Miller, Dominic Corigliani, David Roche. She also had the privilege of meeting and attending a week long workshop with Sharath grandson of Pattabhi Jois, founder of Ashtanga Yoga. Since returning to Galway in September 2012 Fiona is committed to teaching this powerful transformational and healing practice.