Gravity Yoga Flexibility Training System – Yoga Body


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If you want to become a certified Gravity Yoga instructor and help students radically transform their flexibility and reduce stress, then I’m excited to introduce you to our up-coming teacher training program. ...

Course Provider Name: Gravity Yoga Flexibility Training System
by Yoga Body

Teach Gravity Yoga® Help Students Find Flexibility & Physical Freedom While Earning a Great Living!

DATE: July 2, 2020

TO: Passionate Yoga Students

If you want to become a certified Gravity Yoga instructor and help students radically transform their flexibility and reduce stress, then I’m excited to introduce you to our up-coming teacher training program.

But what is Gravity Yoga? It’s a mat-based, targeted mobility training method that helps students with stiff backs, locked up hips, and tight hamstrings. These classes are hugely popular in my studios and all around the world because they deliver flexibility results quickly.

The 3 Pillars of Gravity Yoga:

  • #1: Wet Noodle. Muscles stretch best when completely relaxed. So when you train for flexibility, you attempt to relax into the stretch as much as possible.
  • #2: Whiskey Breathing 4:8. Inhale through your nose to the count of four, exhale to the count of eight. This breathing practice turns off the stretch reflex, stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system response, and relieves muscle tension.
  • #3: Meet or Beat Your Hold Time. The gating factor for flexibility is time under passive tension (AKA how long you spend in these deep poses). The typical Gravity Yoga hold times are 2-5 minutes.

Why Teach Gravity Yoga®

  • Transform your clients’ bodies & minds. Gravity Yoga is a rigorous practice that delivers measurable results. Your clients will improve their flexibility and reduce stress, and enjoy long-lasting results.
  • Love your job! When you turn your passion for yoga into your profession, your work feels like play.
  • Enjoy a flexible schedule. If the typical 9-to-5 schedule bores you, yoga teaching offers creative scheduling options that can be built around the rest of your life.
  • Earn a great hourly rate. You can earn the starting rate of $25-40/hour and know that senior teachers earn upwards of $75+/hour for Gravity Yoga classes.
  • Stand out from the crowd. Gravity Yoga teachers add value in their communities not by competing with others but by truly bringing something unique and needed to the market.
  • Find clients easily. Specialized yoga teachers earn more, find jobs easily and attract clients. As a flexibility-focused teacher, you’ll find it’s much easier.
  • Get certified from home. If you’re looking for a convenient way learn a new skill, this course allows you to go deep without leaving home.
  • Join our supportive community. Our teacher community spans 41 countries and includes a positive peer group that will support you.

3 Primary Teaching Opportunities

First, work with private clients. It’s a great way to create individualized, solution-oriented sessions. Private clients offer you a flexible schedule, great pay, and the opportunity to impact your students’ lives in a big way.

Next, try group classes. They are popular in studios around the world, but most studios don’t have qualified teachers. Enter: you and your unique service. Group classes are fun, challenging, and instant community builders.

Last but not least, work in gyms and fitness centers. They’re quickly adding mobility classes to their schedules, and clients are hungry for flexibility training that actually works. Your classes will be well-received and deliver real results.

Not Yet a Yoga Teacher?

No problem! The vast majority of trainees in this program have little-to-no background in yoga or group fitness training. The course leads you step-by-step through everything you need to know to start working professionally. You can get insurance, teach in gyms and yoga studios, and even set-up your own business after this course

25-Hour Yoga Alliance Certificate

It’s possible to start teaching immediately without any additional training. We currently have instructors in 21 countries (and counting), and the demand for teachers far outreaches the current supply. So it’s a great time to get trained.

This course is registered with both Yoga Alliance Continuing Education (CE) and the American Council on Exercise (ACE). By successfully graduating, you’ll be qualified at the 25-hour academic level for the official Gravity Yoga Teacher Training.

NOTE: We do not sell certifications; all credentials are merit-based and well-deserved. We take pride in the caliber of our graduates and we’ll hold you to a high standard.

Our Core Values

DO WHAT YOU LOVE: and you’ll never work another day in your life.

BUILD IT, OWN IT: create a career on your own terms.

STUDENT FOR LIFE: never stop learning, never stop growing.

SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY: share the powerful practices of yoga with as many people as possible.

PRACTICE IS EVERYTHING: your personal practice is your greatest teaching asset.

My “Stiff Guy” Story

I was a stiff office guy when I went to my first yoga class at age 23. When I bent forward, my hands only made it halfway down my shins. Backbends were out of the question and my hips felt like two blocks of ice.

When I sat on the floor, my back was hunched and my knees were way up off the ground. When I tried Wheel pose, it felt like my chest would explode. It’s terrible when you feel trapped in your own body, so I went on a mission to find a solution.

My yoga teachers told me yoga was not about flexibility, but that was easy for them to say — they were already flexible. For me, yoga was about flexibility because I couldn’t do anything.

My yoga teachers were no help, so I sought out gymnasts, dancers, and acrobats for some guidance, and here’s what I learned:

  • Yes, you can increase your flexibility at any age

  • Flexibility gains do not happen without targeted training

  • Your current sports and exercise routines are probably making you tighter

I didn’t invent these theories. I discovered them from a handful of gymnastics and anatomy books, a super flexible yoga student named, Anthony I met in class, and through my own trial and error.

What matters to you is that this approach really works.

When I first started teaching this method in 2007, my colleagues mocked me. They told me no one would ever come to a yoga class that was all about flexibility, but here I am all these years later with more demand than I can even manage…

… and that’s why I’m recruiting teachers.

Flexibility training has never been more needed in the market. Here’s why.

  • Our modern lifestyles are making us stiff. We spend four hours a day hunched over our phones, six hours a day on the computer, and an hour a day in a car.
  • Pop fitness trends also make us stiff. CrossFit, SoulCycle, Orange Theory, and obstacle races will get you in great shape, but they make you stiff. As people flock to these fitness trends, they need help to balance the strength with mobility.
  • Older people are everywhere. The world’s population is aging fast and people are living longer than ever before. Average lifespan is 75+ in most countries, and older people want to move like they did in their younger years. They need your help.

How the Course Works

This is not a Netflix course where you just sit back, watch a video, and eat popcorn. This is a real-time, date-specific course, in which you’ll join live classes, engage with other students, and connect personally with me and the other trainers. Here’s how it works:

  • Practice + Study (2 hours daily). Set aside approximately two hours per day for study and practice. This can happen all in one session, or you can break it up into two or even four parts. It’s up to you. It’s alright if you miss a day, simply double up on another day to catch up.
  • eLearning Platform. You’ll be issued a login and password for our official eLearning platform where you’ll find pose-by-pose tutorials, setup and safety videos, checklists, flashcards, and more. This new and updated platform has five times the number of resources offered in any other course, and you get lifetime access!
  • Class Discussions. Our private Facebook group and Messenger Chat is where most of the discussions happen. We’ll share photos and videos of our practices, answer questions, and explore opportunities together. We are active in the group every single day.
  • Live Training Sessions. YOGABODY’s expert trainers and I will conduct training sessions via Facebook Live. We’ll field questions, demonstrate, and practice together. This is the next best thing to you and I being together in the studio.
  • Bonus Materials. New student forms, copy/paste promotional forms, business card templates, and more are all included in the program. We make it fast and easy to get started—a big part of the reason our graduates are doing so well.

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