Yoga Instructor Resume Examples

yoga instructor

  • Leading weekly classes.
  • Organizing special guest performers, DJs, musicians, and other yogic artisans. 
  • Promoting weekly classes.
  • Planning classes to be a brand-new, enjoyable, interactive and unforgettable experience EVERY TIME.
  • Finding and inviting guest teachers of the community to co-teach classes and special events.

yoga instructor

  • Certified in ahstanga  yoga TTC
  • Conduct group classes with great commands.
  • Also teach forms like Hatha yoga & vinyasa flow.
  • Have conducted events & workshops at present workplace. 
  • Personal blog on digital page with 2k+ followers.
  • Great communication & listening skills. 
  • Approach yoga with facts & theorytical knowledge

yoga instructor

  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet clients’ varying needs and abilities.
  • Assist interns and help teach them to eventually lead their own class.
  •  Evaluate and observe clients’ work to determine progress and make suggestions and modifications for improvement.
  • Monitor clients to determine abilities, qualifications, limitations, goals, and other individual characteristics.
  • Meet with other teachers and professionals to discuss different expectations and versions of ashtanga flow.
  • Answer questions and concerns, give advice to grow further in their practice.
  • Participate and lead in mediation.

yoga instructor

  • Arrive thirty minutes prior to class.
  • Work reception desk before class.
  • Checking students in.
  • Create memberships for new students.
  • Handling of cash and credit card transactions.
  • Available for any inquiries regarding the studio, upcoming events, yoga in general. 
  • Maintain a clean organized yoga space.

yoga instructor

  • Plan routines, choose appropriate music, and choose different movements for each set of muscles, depending on participants’ capabilities and limitations.  
  • Effective sessions combined of warm up, meditation and poses ending with relaxation.
  • All sessions designed according to clients medical history. 
  • Great impromptu skills to manage/organise/lead an event/classes.

yoga instructor

  • Conduct Yoga training sessions for community to create awareness importance about wellness and fitness.
  • Develop and maintain personal fitness related records and schedule
  • Prepare individual support with food and nutrition.
  • Studied BBA (Certificate of one year completion)

yoga instructor

  • UnderGraduated in B.com 
  • HSC from Symbiosis college of arts & commerce, Pune.
  • Secondary school from Seventh day adventist, METAS, Surat.
  • Monitor clients’ performance to make modifications if needed to ensure their safety.

yoga instructor

  • Teach classes of up to forty students.
  • Instruct and monitor clients in the use and care of equipment and materials as well as the correct form in a posture to prevent injury and damage.
  • Conduct classes, attend workshops, and demonstrations, and provide individual instruction to teach standing and seated sequences, as well as form and modifications.
  • Attend professional conferences, workshops, and meetings  to maintain and improve professional experience and competence.

yoga instructor

  • Teach fitness classes to improve strength, flexibility, cardiovascular conditioning, or general fitness of participants. 
  • Collaborate with other instructors to discuss individual clients needs and their progress.
  • Upkeep of studio laundry.
  • Clear communication with management regarding any issues that required upper managements support. 

yoga instructor

  • With four early morning classes/week.
  •  I am expected to arrive fifteen minutes prior to class time, to check in with the front desk, and unlock the doors to the studio as well as set up music. 
  • Develop yoga classes that include;  asana, pranayama, and meditation. 
  • Conducting classes that increase flexibility in the body and the mind, strengthening of the body, joint mobility.
  • Different breathing techniques that help lower anxiety, depression, frustration. 
  • Offering hands on or hands off adjustments.