Yoga In Flight

Yoga In Flight

5.0 (4)
1 employee
11 years in business

About this pro

Providing the client with an understanding of their body and its ability to move resulting in immediate relief, robustness and build new neural pathways through therapeutic applications,  breathing exercises and movement. Feeling good first before the start of the day is essential. 

Showing students the importance of movement, whether physical or subtle in order to potentially affect change in their personal lives - opening up possiblities for them to see revelations in their lives.

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Credentials

Sarasota, FL 34235
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4 Reviews

5.0

  • Julianne Crowe

    I attended Ernesto's classes for the past 2 and a half years when he was teaching in Philadelphia. Now that he is gone, I'm searching for a teacher who has at least one tenth of his expertise and knowledge but have yet to find one. This is mainly because he is truly one-of-a-kind. He understands the true meaning of yoga and is able to reach people who would never even think of practicing. His clairvoyance allows him to help every student feel like they can keep up but also be challenged. The euphoria you get after his class is in itself the thing that will keep you wanting to practice with him.

  • Mia skye

    Ernesto is the absolute BEST yoga instructor and all around phenomenal human being. His classes are fun and always vary. Every studio he has taught at he develops a following of students. His kind heart contagious energy, knowledge of asana and yoga philosophy is incomparable!

  • Amparo Champ

    Ernesto is the best yoga teacher I've ever had. His restorative yoga classes were so awesome. We held each position long enough to make a major positive change in the body. His knowledge of yoga, his peaceful nature, and guidance made each class a wonderful experience. Not only was he my teacher, he became a friend. I highly recommend his classes.

  • Galit WY

    Ernesto is the real deal, so knowledgeable, experienced and generous with his teaching. I have been practicing Yoga for over 10 years before studying with Ernesto, and realized that whatever I was doing was just scratching the surface. You would be giving yourself a gift to practice with this teacher.



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

It's starts with a dialogue, getting to know her/him a little bit, where he/she is in their life and what are your aspirations.  From there we'll layout a blueprint on what's needed as far as the physical routine, breathing, nutritional tips, meditation & choose a philosophy.


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

I am a graduate from an elite yoga program in Bellevue, WA called Purna Yoga; i study under an authentic yoga master for seven years.  I continue to study energetics and therpeutics and understanding the science of Daoism and its healing components.


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

$100 an hour


How did you get started teaching?

in 1999 when I really got into the corporate world upon graduation from college.  it started as a routine for fitness.  After 9/11, I realized that the fitness was just temporary relief and that there's was more to the science of Yoga which allowed me to become a better human being, changed my lifestyle and being more giving and taking care of myself more.


What types of students have you worked with?

The eldery, collegiate athletes, pilots and flight attendants and corporate employees.


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

In today's yoga culture, were facing an epidemic with a lot of teachers leaving teacher trainings not properly trained, teaching more for external shape and fitness rather than the whole picture of why we are exisiting on this earth. Most modern teachers are incapable of breaking down the most basic concepts about what Yoga is, what the human body is, and how they work together.  the physical aspect of Yoga that we call "asana" is just a subset, of a subset.  Get to know the teachers and have a conversation and just let it flow from there.