Kristin Robb Yoga Lessons

Kristin Robb Yoga Lessons

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Yoga is my life. Besides the 10 years spent practicing I also went through 300 hours of YTT at WPYoga. Upon completion I was taught...

  • Multiple Styles of Hatha Yoga
  • Yoga Basics
  • Vinyasa Yoga
  • Yin-Restorative Yoga
  • Teaching Methodology
  • Hands-On Class Instruction
  • Meditation and Pranayama
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Yin and Yang Concepts
  • Yoga Philosophy and Raja Yoga
  • Yogic Lifestyle and Values
  • Ahimsic, All Loving Food Preparation
  • Yoga as a Business, includes a Private Consultation
  • Amazing Guest Teachers
  • Unlimited Classes on our Weekly Class Schedule
  • Participate in WPY Internship Program (optional)
  • World Peace Yoga Teacher Training Book & Manual
  • 300-Hour Yoga Certificate. . .And More

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Fort Mitchell, KY 41017
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FAQs


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

Learning to modify poses is an important skill. Most beginners are not able to bend easily and many require modifications. Being proficient in anatomy and knowing how to adjust those with limitations will become your greatest asset as a teacher. Sure, assisting a handstand or twisting your students into astavakrasana, or eight-angle pose, is fun, but nothing is more rewarding than having a newcomer tell you their back pain has been relieved from taking your gentle yoga class.


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

I have practiced Yoga for 10 years prior to taking the 300 hour YTT and am established in my own practice.


How did you get started teaching?

Personally, I started with meditation (as a stress reliever) I then took an internet in Yoga and fell in love. I then wanted the world to know the way it made me feel as a whole. 


What types of students have you worked with?

In YTT (yoga teacher training) we worked with every walk of life. I have worked with Children, Deaf students, Senior citizens, expecting mothers, Postnatal, advanced, beginners, Athletes and more.


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

Make sure they know what your goals are in practice, that they have completed training and has not only the mindset, but also the skills to achieve your goals. They must also create a lesson plan revolved around your expectations.


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

Teaching as if I am the student stepping on the mat for the first time. Learning to modify poses is an important skill. Most beginners are not able to bend easily and many require modifications. Being proficient in anatomy and knowing how to adjusted  those with limitations will become your greatest asset as a teacher. Sure, assisting a handstand or twisting your students into astavakrasana, or eight-angle pose, is fun, but nothing is more rewarding than having a newcomer tell you their back pain has been relieved from taking your gentle yoga class.