Change your life in 2014!
Our YogaWorks Teacher Training Intensive is waiting for you!
January 6 - 31, 2014
If you’re thinking about attending the next YogaWorks Teacher Training Intensive,
but still have questions, doubts or concerns, we invite you to join us for an informative
Master Class-Info Session Nov 16 @ 1pm. This is your chance to hear from former
students about their experiences in the training, learn more about YogWorks,
what you will learn, and ask questions.
FREE INFO SESSION
Come see what's in store for you!
MEET THE TEACHER
November 16, from 1pm-3pm
Call 919-933-9642 to let us know you are coming,
or register online here!
If you bring a friend to the Info Session and you both register for the training you get $200 off!
Questions? Call 919-933-9642, or email us at email@example.com
This Master Class is an Introduction to our Teacher Training Intensive
January 6-31, 2014. Sarah will offer a modified asana class and then discuss
what practices will be covered ((philosophy, pranayama, anatomy, physiology,
ayurveda and prenatal yoga), what lineage the training follows, and how
the program is set up. This is your opportunity to ask any questions
you might have regarding the training. Please call the studio
at 919-933-9642 and let us know if you're coming!
Sarah Bell spent 20 years teaching beginners and intermediate students at YogaWorks
in Los Angeles CA, and has been part of the YogaWorks Teacher Training since 2001.
Her style of teaching has been profoundly influenced by Maty Ezraty, Erich Schiffmann,
Lisa Walford and Chuck Miller (we stand on the shoulders of our teachers!).
In addition to various Los Angeles studios( including Yoga Works and Sacred Movement),
she has taught yoga as a member of the fitness staff at Rancho La Puerta, in Tecate,
Baja California. Sarah moved to New York City in 2006 to teach exclusively for YogaWorks.
As a yoga student, she is particularly drawn to teachers who bring their authentic selves
to their classes: their real voices, their real influences, their real joy. As an instructor, she
aims to bring her true self to the yoga room by way of poetry and language that rings true,
and in turn allows students to access their own sense of self via the asanas
and awareness of breath.
Sarah is a classically trained actress and considers her yoga practice a major part
in the process of stepping out of her thinking mind and dropping wholeheartedly
into a simpler mode...a clear path to accessing her true character.