Jill is an E-RYT-200, YACEP, CPT and founder of Jill Conyers Yoga, LLC | Wellness for the Body & Mind. Jill has been teaching for over 4 years and has taught almost 2,000 hours of yoga classes, teacher trainings, private sessions and workshops. In her commitment to professional development and her own study and practice Jill’s journey continues with a year-long 300-hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training beginning in January of 2020.
Jill completed her National Academy of Sports Medicine Personal Trainer Certification in 2015, 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2016 and Aerial Yoga Certification in 2018.
Jill’s journey began about 10 years ago and slowly yoga began to weave its way through her life; she is continually humbled and inspired by the potential of yoga to transform, expand and heal and is devoted to sharing the practice with others.
Jill’s mission is for you to cultivate love for yourself in body, mind and spirit by inspiring growth, healing and transformation. As it is through transformation that we can begin to reconnect with the true SELF.
Jill believes teachers should meet students each day wherever they are in their journey and celebrate the differences in each student. She aims to honor each person’s life experiences and a desire for peace.
Jill provides women with mindful guidance on real-life situations through the lens of yoga. My mission is to spread the love of yoga, and all the goodness it brings, to help you tap into the strength you already have and live a life full of happiness, purpose and a connection to the true SELF.
Jill’s classes focus on breath, alignment and the interconnection between mind, body and spirit, allowing students to work at their own pace in a safe and transformational environment.
Jill views Yoga as a path to explore our inner selves and elevate our consciousness, while creating a counter-balance to the stresses of modern life.
“With each Vinyasa we focus our minds and strengthen our resolve. We let go of anything that holds us back so that we can make space for what moves us forward- from the four corners or our mats to the four corners of the earth.”