Yingling Yoga

Yingling Yoga

1 employee
7 years in business

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I teache mat-based yoga and the Yoga Trapeze (in the style of YOGABODY). I typically utilizes both in a private lesson. The Yoga Trapeze offers the ability to pull and hang, which allows you to strengthen the posterior chain of the body to relieve chronic back pain, an area that I am very passionate about both for my clients and myself.

I offer unique sequences honed just to the goals, bodies, and experience of each student. You will have 75 minutes of individualized yoga, physical adjustments (both for alignment and relaxation), and personalized, immediate feedback.

I have been teaching yoga for over 3 years and completed my RYT-200 certification through CorePower Yoga in Seattle. I have been teaching private lessons for almost 2 years. I am recently certified as a Yoga Trapeze instructor through YOGABODY, headquartered in Barcelona.

I have a small home yoga studio and am also willing to travel to your home (yoga trapeze is not guaranteed if I travel to you).

Find more about me:

Website: [email protected]
Facebook: @yinglingyoga @sarayingling
Instagram: @saraying33

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Bothell, WA 98012
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

We do an initial assessment and create goals for your lessons. We will create milestones for your goals and check back in on those on agreed upon dates (these will vary depending on your goals). 

I typically like to see clients 1-2 times per week, depending on goals, for at least 3 months. I like to work with clients long-term, this is how we are able to achieve results.

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

I have a RYT-200 from CorePower Yoga, a 60 hour Yoga Trapeze Instructor certificate from YOGABODY. 
I have almost 1000 hours of teaching experience in private, small group, large group, workshops, and retreats.

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

All rates are for classes of up to 3 people. Over 3 people is an additional $25/person over 3.

If a students travels to me, these are my prices:

$125 single lesson (not available)
$399 4-pack (20% savings, expires in 1 month)
$999 12-pack  (30% savings, expires in 3 months)
$1,195 16-pack (40% savings, expires in 4 months)

For me to travel to a student (in a 30 mile radius):

$175 single lesson (not available)
$549 4-pack (20% savings, expires in 1 month)
$1399 12-pack (30% savings, expires in 3 months) 
$1679 16-pack (40% savings, expires in 4 months)

How did you get started teaching?

My love affair with yoga began as a student. For 7 years, I practiced yoga regularly all around the world, including Thailand, Kenya, South Africa, and Malaysia. After moving to Seattle in 2011 and putting down roots, I knew it was time to take my practice to the next step through yoga teacher training. I completed my RYT-200 in 2014 with CorePower Yoga and began teaching for them part time. Then, at the end of 2015, I chose to take on teaching yoga as my full-time profession and haven't looked back! 

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with all types of students, including: 
-marathon runners
-students with knee replacements
-students with hip replacements
-students with back, neck, and shoulder pain

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

On of my clients recently fractured her humorus bone from falling on ice. Working with her, we have been able to increase her strength and flexibility so that she can now dress herself! She's getting close to being able to lift her arm to the same height as her uninjured arm.

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

I would advise students to find an experienced instructor they feel comfortable with that pushes them to meet their goals. Be sure that if you have an injury, that your instructor works with the treatment plan or advice of your medical professional.

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

Students should be prepared to answer what they want out of their yoga sessions - there are so many things that we can work on, it really helps instructors to hone in on what will benefit you the best if you can clearly articulate your goals and injuries.