Selina Gullery, in Modern Languages from Trinity College Dublin;
E-RYT 500; YACEP, is an internationally renown yoga teacher, teacher trainer and intuitive chef.
Of Irish origin, she spent most of her life living abroad, in Germany, on the West coast of Spain, in England, in the foothills of Vitosha Mountain, Sofia, Bulgaria and now is based in the south of France.
She spent 10 years studying and travelling extensively with Swami Samarpanananda, a yogi from the Himalayas. Was blessed to spend years training with Shiva Rea and assisting Twee Merrigan in the Prana Vinyasa style of yoga, which opened a new approach to the yoga tradition, more rooted in the feminine. She studied alignment with Barbra Noh (Anusara (100h)) and has explored and trained in numerous other Yoga styles, meditation practices and somatic movement schools (see below).
More recently, she commenced a voyage of rediscovery of the poets, philosophers and myths of her own country, Ireland. It is here she found herself enraptured in a yoga of homecoming. She is a Senior Teacher at the Celtic School of Yoga and co-leads annual retreats with the founder, folklorist, archaeologist and musician Jack Harrison.
In her Teacher Trainings, in classes and on retreat, she encourages the growth of the spiritual and individual self in her students, through cultivating self-love, embracing imperfections and residing in the gentle strength of the higher Self.