Meet the Teacher Training Facilitators

Rebecca Eschenroeder

Becky grew up in Richmond, VA and graduated from JMU with a degree in psychology.  She obtained her elementary school teaching license from Mary Baldwin College.  It is her dream to share the gift of yoga with as many individuals as possible; old and young alike.  She has been teaching yoga to children since 2008 and to adults since 2010.  She is a 200 hour E-RYT, and trained under Arlene Bjork through Grace Yoga Training Systems.  She is currently an Ambassador for Lululemon Athletica, Project Yoga Richmond, and YoKid.

Becky strongly believes that she did not find the practice of yoga, but it found her.  Yoga has been very healing for Becky, as it gives her a way to stay balanced mentally and physically.  It has opened her eyes to so many beautiful philosophies and ways of living, and it has led her to meet many astounding individuals.  Becky is honored and grateful to be able to share the gift of yoga with others.

Corinne Krill

Corinne Krill, M.A., RYT has been teaching mindfulness & yoga to youth and adult populations in a variety of settings, including family, teen and elementary groups since 2007. Corinne aims to empower individuals to improve their overall health and wellbeing, reduce stress and live with more ease, especially for those living with PTSD, anxiety and depression. Corinne presents in national and local organizational settings and partners with therapists to integrate mind-body techniques into their practices. Currently, she is Director of Operations & Community Engagement for MINDS Inc, a local non-profit bringing mindfulness to school communities. She has received over 400 hours in training, including Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Mindful Schools Curriculum, Heart-Mind, Radiant Child Yoga and Yoga for Differently-Abled Children. She is the mother of three teens, who are the source of her greatest joy and the reason she is dedicated to a consistent practice.

Michelle Kelsey Mitchell