CE Workshop | How to Stand Out as a Yoga Teacher

June 16, 2021

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About This Event

Looking to stand out as a yoga teacher? Come learn the Five Pillars of Powerful Teaching: Communication, Character, Connection, Commitment, and Consideration. This workshop helps facilitate how to build exceptional yoga classes to boost your following, no matter how much experience you have.

About the Presenter

Sheri Fisher
Sheri Fisher received her M.A. in Transpersonal (Spiritual) Psychology from Atlantic University and her B.S. in Business from Colorado State University. She completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2010 and has been practicing, teaching, and studying yoga since. Sheri is a registered E-RYT 200 and a YACEP, completed her Budokon Yoga Certification, and has completed numerous yoga classes, trainings, and workshops. As an intuitive life coach, she helps people individually and in groups to create their best lives. Sheri’s upcoming book, Standing Room Only: How to Be THAT Yoga Teacher, helps new yoga teachers bridge the gap between their 200-hour YTT and teaching exceptional classes. She also owns her own business, Living On Purpose, and author of numerous published articles.

Dr. John Cottrell
Dr. John Cottrell moved to Salt Lake City in 1994 for a clinical psychology internship with Valley Mental Health. There, he gained a broad range of experience including child and adolescent psychotherapy, drug and alcohol treatment, psychological and neuropsychological testing, and group/couples therapy. While still working as a psychotherapist, John taught fitness classes ranging from weightlifting to hip hop dance aerobics in the gym. He later added yoga to his fitness routine in 2000. As a certified yoga instructor, personal trainer, and sports nutritionist, John offers a variety of ways to create a healthy living. John also started his own business, “Mbody,” in 2008 and offers Yoga Therapy as a Certified Yoga Therapist (IAYT), Nutrition Coaching, Personal Training, private and group yoga lessons, workshops, and retreats. He just self-published his second book, Some More Yoga, Please, which compliments his first book, Yoga With Intention: A Yogic Life Journey from Awareness to Honoring.

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