Chanel Luck is the co-creator and director of YogaThree and The Radiant Yoga School in Boston and Sydney, Australia. She also co-founded the not for profit, Yoga For Single Moms and Global Mala Boston. For over a decade, her students have enjoyed her creative sequencing, spirited music selection, and energetic teaching style. She has taught yoga to all levels and abilities – including the Harvard swim team, celebrities, Olympic athletes, busy professionals and people ages 10 – 72.
Chanel’s classes are powerful and playful; expect to be pushed to your limit and cradled at your edge. Her extensive anatomy background keeps students safe and inspired to learn more about their bodies. She is known for weaving intention with energetic anatomy awareness into her classes to help inspire total body awakening. In addition to holding yoga teaching certifications in four different styles of yoga including Ashtanga, Baptiste, Forrest, and Prana Vinyasa, she is a Cranial Sacral Therapist and Certified Postural and Movement Analyst through Tom Myers.
“My greatest wish as a yoga teacher and bodyworker is to help my students and clients feel powerful in their bodies, find their inner strength, heal, and connect to their hearts.”
Pamela, originally from Maine, completed her 200 hours through Boston Yoga School in 2014 led by Ame Wren. Inspired by the yoga community in Boston, she has since relocated and completed two advanced Power of Touch Mentorship trainings with Nicole Clark and Yin Yoga training with Josh Summer’s.
As a student of yoga for over 10 years, Pamela got her inspiration to teach upon discovering the Yin and Restorative styles of yoga for their calming and meditative aspects. As a compliment to the more well-known yang styles of yoga, Pamela found that Yin helped her to find balance in our yang heavy culture and society.
Currently teaching Yin and Restorative classes, she encourages her students to grow their physical, emotional, and spiritual selves through her quiet strength.
Pamela is one of three sisters and often practices her sequences on her sisters before bringing them to class. She loves animals and does not eat them. She practices ahimsa both on and off the mat.
Through her years at working within the yoga industry, Meriem became interested in developing and implementing workshops. Meriem found that listening and understanding the needs of the community was helpful in creating the right workshops. When Meriem started at Radiant, she insistently felted connected to community and she knew she wanted to become more involved. With her desire to support the Radiant community and interest in workshops made her the perfect fit for workshops coordinator. Meriem is happy to be apart of the community and plans to bring her years of experience and passion for yoga together to implement the workshops to best serve Radiant.