What if you could step on your mat to teach a yoga class with complete confidence in your ability as a teacher to guide students through a safe and effective practice?
With Focused Flow, there's no need to spend hours pouring over YouTube videos for ideas or continue to use a set sequence you got from your YTT. In this workshop, you'll get a yoga class framework and templates to create something unique to you.
Tell me if this sounds like you:
- You struggle with creating a yoga class sequence that feels right for your teaching style.
- You're tired of feeling like every class has to be creative and different.
- You wish there was a way to make yoga class planning easy and fast.
- You worry your students are going to get bored if you keep teaching the same thing over and over.
- You fumble over the right words to say when guiding people into poses.
What if there was a way to:
- Create a yoga class that reflects your unique teaching style.
- Work with a simple formula and template for creative yoga class sequencing.
- Change up the flow style of your class plan to offer something different.
- Know how to adjust your class plan based on who shows up and the needs of the students.
- Become a master communicator.
That's exactly why I created this online workshop. I want to help make it easy for you to feel confident in teaching your yoga classes, both in person and online.
Focused Flow is an online workshop loaded with mini lessons and bonuses to help you feel more confident in your yoga class lesson planning and communication skills as a new yoga teacher.
Right now, you're struggling with mustering the confidence to get out and teach your first yoga class, whether that's online or eventually back in person. And currently, those yoga classes have to be online. Teaching online means you need even better cueing skills and your demonstrations have to be spot on. You might even be worried that you'll be misunderstood or that you'll unintentionally cause an injury.
Imagine if those fears were gone. Imagine arriving to teach your class with confidence and a full understanding of how to adjust to the needs of your students.
Ashley Hagen (E-RYT), started practicing yoga in 2010 to help improve her performance as a college athlete. In 2013, after experiencing the benefits of a daily yoga practice, she received her 200-hr yoga teacher certification and began teaching vinyasa yoga, the most accessible style of power yoga. She is inspired by all movement styles including martial arts, calisthenics, running, weight lifting and dance. Her classes and workshops are fun, yet challenging with focus on finding the yogi warrior within. She currently owns and manages Ashes Yoga Studio in Poulsbo, WA, and also leads 200 hour yoga teacher trainings.
You read my official bio above, but there's more to that story.
I'm Ashley! I'm all things yoga and business– yoga practitioner, yoga teacher, yoga teacher trainer, yoga teacher business coach, and I even own and manage a yoga studio in Poulsbo, WA.
In the methods laid out in this course, I help new yoga teachers plan a self-sequenced yoga class (within a couple hours) so that they can teach their first class with confidence as soon as possible.
Here's the truth. Teaching yoga didn’t come easy to me when I first started. Shocker, I know! You might be at that place, too. That’s why I created this course to give you the framework to get started.
Nowadays, I enjoy transforming passionate yoga students into thriving yoga teachers through in-person 200 hr yoga teacher trainings and I love building community at my yoga studio (virtually now that we are all on lockdown).
But it hasn’t always been that way. Probably like you, I struggled with simply planning out my yoga classes. Creating unique sequences for every single class (15-20 per week) became a tedious chore. I fumbled over the words to say with my plan and felt glued to my sheet of paper. I was shy and quite terrible at stringing words together, let alone trying to be inspirational. Teaching did not come natural to me.
Also, as a new teacher unable to speak confidently, I did a LOT of pose demonstration. My body constantly ached from practicing along in 15 classes per week. I didn't have the slightest clue how to teach from off my mat.
First I tried copying sequences and cues verbatim from youtube and yogaglo videos. I had no idea how to modify or change up the sequence for specific people or populations. And this also felt very inauthentic.
Then, I tried completely winging it and showed up with nothing but a hope for the best. This was extremely stressful and really didn't work.
Then, with my love of problems solving and algebraic equations, I went ahead and created my own simple plug-and-place formula for yoga class sequencing. And it worked!
This is the framework for yoga class planning is what I'm teaching you inside Focused Flow course. I created this for you, a new yoga teacher.
I want to help new yoga teachers show up with confidence and authenticity in their yoga class plan.
Frequently Asked Questions
So how does this work?
- Click the button to purchase and enroll in Focused Flow.
- After that, check your email inbox for a link to your login information.
- Then, you can start your journey to becoming a confident yoga teacher right away by watching the lessons and downloading the guides and templates.
- You get instant and lifetime access to the course content.
Imagine where you could be a month from now or a year from now. Are you going to go back to the yoga studio more confident in your teaching abilities, or will you go back feeling like you need another 200 hrs of YTT? Let's not wait! Let's get you on your way to becoming a confident yoga teacher right now.
Join now before the price of this course goes up on Friday, May 22, and the doors to this course closes completely on May 29.