Jill Crowley, YOGA

Jill Crowley, YOGA


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Namaste! I'm Jill Crowley, E-RYT/YACEP/CRMP and have over 7500 hours of experience teaching yoga of all kinds to practioners of all ages. I specialize in individual instruction ensuring that your practice truly is YOUR practice! I also am certified in Reiki which can be combined in a yoga practice to encourage a deeper level of self-healing energy when necessary. In addition to Reiki, I provide chakra balancing, chakra reports and aura photos too!

I fell in love with yoga when I discovered how much better I felt, in soooo many ways. I became an instructor to share that love and the many benefits of yoga with others. I hope to be able to share this beautiful life-enhancing practice with you!

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Huntington Beach, CA 92647
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What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

200 Hr Yoga Alliance Teacher Training (2005)

30 Hr Viniyoga Teacher Training (2006)

30 Hr Yin Meridian Series Teacher Training (2009)

12 Hr Yin Teacher Training (2010)

Reiki 1 Certification (2012)

Reiki 2 Certification (2013)

20 Hr Aerial Yoga Treacher Training (2014)

16 Hr Massage Envy Stretch Therapy Training (2017)

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$75 per 60 minute yoga session 

$100 per 60 minute yoga session plus Reiki

(Please allow a total of 75 minutes of time for preparation and follow-up)

What types of students have you worked with?

All levels and all ages.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Finding a teacher that you resonate with is extremely important. You have to be comfortable and confident in that person, making sure that there is a high level of mutual respect. In yoga, there are times when the practitioner may feel discomfort, feel vulnerable and sometimes feel emotional as deep releases occur and challenges are overcome, but at no time, should the practitioner ever feel uncomfortable with the actions or verbiage of the instructor.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Definitely having specific goals will help the instructor devise a practice that will best meet the practitioner's needs. Making sure that the instructor is aware of your current physical state, including past injuries or chronic areas of pain, discomfort or tension, along with stress levels and current life situations that may be causing you concern, are also essential to deepen the benefits of your practice. Basically, self-inventory.