Transformational Yoga Teacher Training with Emma Warmington.
Residential & Modular Programs in Thailand, Costa Rica & Northern Ireland.
Emma Warmington, (E-RYT500)
Founder, Director, Primary Teacher
Hello and Welcome to Jivani Yoga!
I’m Emma, the Founder of Jivani Yoga and Director and primary teacher of our programs. What began for me over 15 years ago as a purely physical practice, has grown in previously unimagined ways to become my life’s work and the fulfillment of my heart’s true calling. This path has taken me all over the world studying and teaching yoga & healing arts, connecting with all kinds of wonderful and interesting people and bringing more purpose to my life than I had ever dreamed possible.
After more than 10 years based in Asia, I now mainly split my time between Thailand, Northern Ireland and Southern California. Without a constant base, this website is becoming my virtual home studio. Here you will find details of our retreats and yoga teacher training programs around the world, including teacher bios, video testimonials and our Jivani Experience videos.
This website is growing and will soon feature a selection of virtual classes, online study opportunities and an exciting new mentoring program, so enjoy looking around, get in touch with any inquiries you may have, and come back to visit us again soon!
I admire Emma and her teaching because she is one who has done the enquiry and incorporates the principles of Krishnamacharya into the Iyengar & Ashtanga Vinyasa derivative styles. She plays with a full pack of cards.”Mark Whitwell, Heart of Yoga
The Jivani Yoga Experience. 200 & 500hr Yoga Teacher Training Programs in Thailand
Emma is a revolutionary teacher. Her vast knowledge and experience of yoga allows her to share with passion and truth. She is so real and so honest that you can’t help but let yourself be fully seen too. The Jivani team holds a space that enables you to feel safe enough to break and to feel loved, accepted and supported through the ups and downs of transformation and growth.” Corinne Kagan