What to expect in a class with Jill
Jill teaches fun classes, taking care to offer modifications for students of all levels.
Jill completed her 300-hour teacher training through The Farm Studio in June 2017. She earned her 200-hour interdisciplinary yoga teacher training with Liz Heffernan and Soma Yoga Institute. She is also a certified stand-up paddleboard (SUP) yoga instructor. These certifications have allowed Jill to study many different avenues of yoga practices and traditions. Jill has also traveled to Northern India to teach yoga for medical students in The Himalayan Health Exchange. The joy and passion she has for teaching yoga ignites her life and inspires her yoga offerings.
We asked Jill
Why do you practice yoga?
Living in balance is important to me. I began practicing yoga because I knew that there was more to the big picture of life. Yoga quickly taught me to look inside of myself to cultivate that “image” and find the power that I needed to live fully, more mindfully and at ease. Yoga allowed me to become more connected to myself and my community. Through this journey we build a greater relationship with our inner voices and the world. I wanted to teach yoga to guide others in making similar connections.
What fuels you?
Traveling, cuisine and new experiences!
Jill’s favorite piece of wisdom:
“Approach life open heartedly.”