Crow Practice

Crow Practice

20 employees
8 years in business

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CROW is an acronym for "Coordinated Response On Wellness". We, at Crow Practice specialize in offering services related to living in harmony with nature through sessions such as mindfulness (yoga, meditation, life coaching), body mechanics (Pilates, ergonomics, physical therapy, etc.), and health (nutrition, herbology, aromatherapy, naturopathy) to our clients. Our desire is to spread our wings out into the community, meeting each client where they are (emotionally, physically, and actual location) in the comfort of their homes, in the workplace, or in a near by open space (yoga studios, wellness centers, etc.). Our Pairing Specialist Program allows potential clients to work hand in hand with our specialist prior to making any type of commitment to design a unique program best suited for their needs by assessing location, service(s) of interest, personality matching, and price, along with several other factors. If we are unable to design a program that matches the needs of the client, we do not charge. Moreover, your specialist will continue occasional "check-ins" to ensure each clients satisfaction, making adjustments (adding or subtracting instructions, changing instructors, changing services, answering questions, etc.) when/if needed. Contact Crow Practice today to find out more. 

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Winter Park, FL 32789
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

New students will work directly with our pairing specialist to design the program best suited for their needs. This initial assessment is done at the preference of the student, with the options being by phone or email. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

As your pairing specialist, i hold dual yoga certifications, complete comprehensive Pilates certifation, herbology certification, and somatic movement certifications, along with several continuing education workshops over the years. I am currently pursuing a diploma in naturopathy, advanced aromatherapy, and permaculture. Through the years of various education, a network of instructors in various fields began to form, leaving me now with a strong network of practitioners to connect clients with. 

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

Each session is assessed based on the needs of the client, which includes the clients budget. We do not have a set price as our services, programs, and instructors vary. Our instructors with higher education and more experience are priced higher, while newer instructors with less experience offer a lower rate. This is all included in the client assessment. The assessment is free.  

How did you get started teaching?

i started taking yoga over 10 years ago. I fell in love immediately, and from this point on pursued learning all things with a naturopathic perspective. 

What types of students have you worked with?

All types, from young to old, from tight to flexible, from no injuries to multiple injuries. 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Nature and innovation are my favorite things. When I was invited by Crow Practice to develop programs on natural living, my entire self began beaming with joy at the opportunity! 

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

One of the hardest parts of finding an instructor is sifting through the world of various certifications and modalities, trying to find the best practice to suit the individual receiving service. When seeking an instructor, it is advisable to speak with/interview several instructors to ensure their area of expertise match your needs. It is also VERY important to seek an appropriate "energy" match, ensuring the personalities of student and instructor fit well together. 

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

- what type of certification do you hold?

-how long have been teaching?

-what is your greatest passion as an instructor (why do you teach, what is the most important part of sharing your services with others?)

-what style of yoga do you teach? (This one gets a little messy nowadays... one place may call vinyasa what another calls vinyasa flow, one place might call a class ashtanga without adhering to the proper sequencing, etc. it is important to explore a bit about the instructor after discovering what modality they teach/are certified in)

- have you pursued continuing education?

- what is your biggest challenge in teaching?