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Let us know how we can support you on your journey! We'd love to hear from you.

Anna Hughes

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Anna Hughes

When Anna Hughes first started studying yoga in college, it seemed a natural progression from the dance she studied and adored for the first eighteen years of her life. Anna completed her 500-hour Bikram teacher training in 2002, and began teaching full time immediately. Since that time, Anna has explored Ashtanga Yoga extensively, studying with the wonderful David Swenson as well as Todd Roderick, one of the Southeast’s most renowned Ashtanga Yoga instructors. It was in 2003 when she began studying Bhakti Flow with Rusty Wells that she was truly introduced to the idea of integrating the physical and spiritual practices of yoga and her teaching has evolved to embrace this concept.Anna’s study of various systems of yoga has led her to a greater understanding of yoga as a whole. In her own teaching, she emphasizes a connection with the breath as well as mindfulness, contentment and a healthy sense of humor. Her experience with yoga has inspired her to infuse her teaching with the idea of finding joy in one’s practice while challenging the body, mind, and spirit. Her vinyasa classes are vigorous and playful, creatively sequenced, and always include a great soundtrack.

Erin Gilmore

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Erin Gilmore

Erin is a yoga and meditation instructor. She is originally from Cape Cod where she grew up swimming and dancing year round. Yoga tapped into her love of fluid movement, and she began a dedicated practice 10 years ago while studying fashion at FIT in NYC. After relocating to San Francisco she began teaching in early 2011 incorporating multiple trainings with Yoga to the People and Rusty Wells at Urban Flow. Through her own struggles with an eating disorder and body images issues, Erin used yoga, meditation, mindfulness and above all cultivating self love to heal. Now it is her mission to spread the tools she used to gain her wellness with the world.

Neil Wadhawan

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Neil Wadhawan

Neil Wadhawan was exposed to yoga by his father at a very young age. He grew up learning about yoga philosophy which eventually led him to receive a B.A. in Philosophy. He also studied western and eastern music at an undergraduate and graduate level and loves to explore how many of the Indian Arts are related. Neil fell in love with Bhakti Flow after he found himself playing and singing along with Rusty Wells. Since then, Neil has been teaching in San Francisco and all over the world. Neil believes that in any art or discipline, one can only be a great student and never a master. Through music, sweat, laughter and flow, Neil’s playful and challenging classes will help inspire you to find the beautiful rhythm of Bhakti Flow.

Leslie Gleser

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Leslie Gleser

Leslie Gleser (she/her) is a San Francisco-based yoga teacher who teaches a dynamic Vinyasa flow. Leslie's classes are mindful, challenging and lighthearted - and set to upbeat playlists.

Leslie has been a student of yoga since 2002 when she fell in love with the practice. Her experience with different styles of yoga and her love of movement influence her personal practice and creative asana sequencing. Leslie’s deep appreciation for the philosophy, physical benefits and moving meditation are integral to how she approaches sharing the practice and creating an environment to find connection.

Leslie is grateful for all the generous teachers in her life: Anna Hughes, Kate Holcombe, Rusty Wells, Stephanie Snyder, Judith Lasater, Jason Crandell, Dice lida-Klein, Tom Lee, Susannah Freedman, Andrea Maltzer and every teacher past, present and future.

Breath. Move. Sweat. Focus. Fall out. Come back. Repeat. Find your flow.

Come practice.

Rebecca Rogers

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Rebecca Rogers

Rebecca is an experienced yoga instructor who has been teaching for 12+ years and whose classes are often described as fun, sweaty and soulful. Her teaching style combines a strong Vinyasa Flow intended to build strength, flexibility and body awareness with creative sequencing and precise alignment.

Martin Scott

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Martin Scott

I’m Martin & I love yoga. I teach Vinyasa Yoga and every class based on Love, Compassion, Joy & Equanimity, verse 1.33 of The Yoga Sutras. This keeps me open and grounded so that the teaching comes through clearly. My classes are focused, fun and creative. No matter how challenging the practice may be, it only makes us better. Who I am shows in every piece of my teaching. I am traditionally non-traditional. My classes are joyful, purposeful and intentional. I believe in the transformative powers of regular practice and see it as a one-way ticket to freedom and happiness. I love to laugh and play while still maintaining drishti. Yoga makes us happy!

Sheana O'Sullivan

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Sheana O'Sullivan

I'm a soul seeker on a quest to explore the connection between mind, body, and spirit.

Having discovered yoga in 2000, I immediately became enchanted with the ease in my body and serenity in my mind. As I discovered my soul path, Yoga became my trusted companion.

I teach Slowful Flow and Yin Yoga to bring unique physical, energetic, and emotional clearing benefits. In Yin, poses are held for extended periods to lubricate joints and tissues, to practice mindfulness, and to cultivate chi flow in the body. It is often felt like a needle-less acupuncture session, and will leave you feeling euphoric.

Yoga has helped me to explore my true nature and to wake up to see who I truly am. It's not always easy but it's real and I feel alive. I wish the same for you my friend.

Hari Om.
Sheana

xo

Tanya Clark

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Tanya Clark

Tanya has been a student of the practice since 2011 and teaching since 2016 in San Francisco. Her classes are challenging yet accessible and there is an air of lightheartedness in every class. She believes that everybody's body is different and considers herself a guide for her students to practice safely in a welcoming environment. Tanya encourages her students to honor their body in each moment. Music is a big part of her classes! Get ready to move to smooth beats and remixed classics. Tanya also has a strong social media presence! Follow her on IG at @jiggeranddash.

Linda Souders

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Linda Souders

My MISSION in life is to help people walk their authentic path with balance, confidence, and joy.

My expertise comes from the many decades of navigating my own unique path full of ups and downs,
including economic fluctuation, career evolution, and a myriad of relationships. For strength, I studied many of the world’s wisdom teachings as taught by luminaries Joseph Campbell, Albert Einstein, Mary Morrissey, Pema Chödrön, Thích Nhất Hạnh, Martin Luther King, Jr., Patanjali, and others.These wisdom teachings worked to help me thrive amidst the inherent ups and downs of a full life, authentically lived.

Now I am honored to stand in this long lineage, sharing these same principles to others, so that they, too, may access the power to flourish on their own unique paths while navigating the exhilarating rush of this wild ride, called LIFE.


Sunday, January 28th - Sunday, March 17th, 2024

Become a Master in the Yogic Arts
This Advanced Teacher Training Mentorship Program is for 200-hour certified yoga teachers who are ready to enhance their professional-level teaching skills and gain greater confidence leading public and private classes. In this program you will work with some of Yoga Flow SF's most beloved teachers, all of whom are dedicated to your growth!

What to Expect
This program includes three learning platforms: you will work one-on-one with a Mentor, attend Advanced Teacher Training Workshops, and you will get real world experience by teaching public yoga classes on the Yoga Flow SF schedule throughout the duration of the training.

One-on-One Mentorship
➮ Meet with your mentor weekly to design personal goals, review workshop materials, ask questions, and receive feedback
➮ Attend at least one of your mentor’s classes each week
➮ Assist one of your mentor’s classes each week

Workshops and Classes
➮ Attend weekly Advanced Teacher Training Workshops with your cohort, lead by your Yoga Flow SF Mentors
➮ For the duration of the program, you get unlimited classes at all Yoga Flow SF locations

Teaching Community Classes
➮ Teach classes on the Yoga Flow SF public class schedule
➮ Receive applicable feedback from your mentor who will attend two of your classes

As a participant in our program, you will:

  1. Expand upon your sequencing skills to deliver intelligent, dynamic and inclusive classes
  2. Learn to cue more effectively with precise and innovative languaging
  3. Get creative with storytelling and how you can incorporate these into your classes
  4. Expand upon your hands-on adjustments repertoire to provide confident and purposeful assists while teaching
  5. Understand how to use pranayama, mantra, and music to deepen the experience for your students
  6. Enhance your anatomical knowledge and learn how energy moves through the body
  7. Explore ways to translate the sacred yoga texts and philosophies into your teachings and life


PROGRAM PREREQUISITES:
➮ A completed 200-hour Teacher Training
➮ In order for you to teach and assist during the program, Yoga Teacher Liability Insurance is required. Please ensure your Liability Insurance indemnifies the following entities, and send your declarations page to kathleen@yogaflowsf.com.
↳ Yoga Flow SF LLC 385 Ashton Avenue SF CA 94112
↳ Ravello LLC 230 Chestnut Street SF CA 94132
↳ Yoga Flow SF Noe LLC 4049 24th Street SF CA 94114

For questions about the program, our Mentors, and payment plans, please email Kathleen at kathleen@yogaflowsf.com

Advanced Teacher Training Workshop Schedule

The program runs from Sunday, January 28 - Sunday, March 17th, 2024. The Advanced Teacher Training Workshops will take place on the dates below, and you and your Mentor will determine which dates you will teach and assist.

Tentative Workshop Schedule:

➮ Advanced Sequencing with Leslie Gleser
Sunday (1/28) 5:45-7:45pm, Union St (Small Studio)

➮ The Art of Language: Cues and Storytelling with Erin Gilmore
Sunday (2/04) 12:30-2:30pm, Ocean Ave (Small Studio)

➮ Advanced Adjustments 1 with Anna Hughes
Saturday (2/10) 12:30-2:30pm, Union St (Large Studio)

➮ Pranayama, Mantra, and Music with Rebecca Rogers
Sunday (2/11) 12:30-2:30pm, Noe Valley (Main Studio)

➮ Yin Yoga Anatomy and Energetic Meridians with Sheana O’Sullivan
Sunday (2/25) 12:30-2:30pm / Noe Valley (Main Studio)

➮ Meditation & Stillness: The Practice & Applications
Saturday (3/02) 12:30-2:30pm / Ocean Ave (Small Studio)

➮ Advanced Adjustments 2 with Tanya Clark
Sunday (3/10) 12:30-2:30pm / Union St (Small Studio)

➮ The Philosophy of Yoga with Martin Scott
Saturday (3/09) 12:30-2:30pm / Union St (Small Studio)

➮ Translating Sacred Text into Your Teachings and Life with Linda Souders
Sunday (3/17) 1:00-3:00pm / Ocean Ave (Large Studio)

Questions?

Please email us at:

kathleen@yogaflowsf.com


Program Tuition

If you're ready to join the Program, please make your tuition payment and fill out the Registration Form above.

Early Bird Tuition

Available until (12/28)
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$1,050 + $399 Non-Refundable Deposit

$1,449

Standard Tuition

Starting (12/29)
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$1,150 + $399 Non-Refundable Deposit

$1,549

Payment Plan

$399 Due at registration
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Non-Refundable Deposit

$1,649

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included in all tuition
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$399

Begin the Mentorship Registration Process or Get in Touch Here

Let us know how we can support you on your journey! We'd love to hear from you.

Anna Hughes

Learn More

Anna Hughes

When Anna Hughes first started studying yoga in college, it seemed a natural progression from the dance she studied and adored for the first eighteen years of her life. Anna completed her 500-hour Bikram teacher training in 2002, and began teaching full time immediately. Since that time, Anna has explored Ashtanga Yoga extensively, studying with the wonderful David Swenson as well as Todd Roderick, one of the Southeast’s most renowned Ashtanga Yoga instructors. It was in 2003 when she began studying Bhakti Flow with Rusty Wells that she was truly introduced to the idea of integrating the physical and spiritual practices of yoga and her teaching has evolved to embrace this concept.Anna’s study of various systems of yoga has led her to a greater understanding of yoga as a whole. In her own teaching, she emphasizes a connection with the breath as well as mindfulness, contentment and a healthy sense of humor. Her experience with yoga has inspired her to infuse her teaching with the idea of finding joy in one’s practice while challenging the body, mind, and spirit. Her vinyasa classes are vigorous and playful, creatively sequenced, and always include a great soundtrack.

Erin Gilmore

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Erin Gilmore

Erin is a yoga and meditation instructor. She is originally from Cape Cod where she grew up swimming and dancing year round. Yoga tapped into her love of fluid movement, and she began a dedicated practice 10 years ago while studying fashion at FIT in NYC. After relocating to San Francisco she began teaching in early 2011 incorporating multiple trainings with Yoga to the People and Rusty Wells at Urban Flow. Through her own struggles with an eating disorder and body images issues, Erin used yoga, meditation, mindfulness and above all cultivating self love to heal. Now it is her mission to spread the tools she used to gain her wellness with the world.

Neil Wadhawan

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Neil Wadhawan

Neil Wadhawan was exposed to yoga by his father at a very young age. He grew up learning about yoga philosophy which eventually led him to receive a B.A. in Philosophy. He also studied western and eastern music at an undergraduate and graduate level and loves to explore how many of the Indian Arts are related. Neil fell in love with Bhakti Flow after he found himself playing and singing along with Rusty Wells. Since then, Neil has been teaching in San Francisco and all over the world. Neil believes that in any art or discipline, one can only be a great student and never a master. Through music, sweat, laughter and flow, Neil’s playful and challenging classes will help inspire you to find the beautiful rhythm of Bhakti Flow.

Leslie Gleser

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Leslie Gleser

Leslie Gleser (she/her) is a San Francisco-based yoga teacher who teaches a dynamic Vinyasa flow. Leslie's classes are mindful, challenging and lighthearted - and set to upbeat playlists.

Leslie has been a student of yoga since 2002 when she fell in love with the practice. Her experience with different styles of yoga and her love of movement influence her personal practice and creative asana sequencing. Leslie’s deep appreciation for the philosophy, physical benefits and moving meditation are integral to how she approaches sharing the practice and creating an environment to find connection.

Leslie is grateful for all the generous teachers in her life: Anna Hughes, Kate Holcombe, Rusty Wells, Stephanie Snyder, Judith Lasater, Jason Crandell, Dice lida-Klein, Tom Lee, Susannah Freedman, Andrea Maltzer and every teacher past, present and future.

Breath. Move. Sweat. Focus. Fall out. Come back. Repeat. Find your flow.

Come practice.

Rebecca Rogers

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Rebecca Rogers

Rebecca is an experienced yoga instructor who has been teaching for 12+ years and whose classes are often described as fun, sweaty and soulful. Her teaching style combines a strong Vinyasa Flow intended to build strength, flexibility and body awareness with creative sequencing and precise alignment.

Martin Scott

Learn More

Martin Scott

I’m Martin & I love yoga. I teach Vinyasa Yoga and every class based on Love, Compassion, Joy & Equanimity, verse 1.33 of The Yoga Sutras. This keeps me open and grounded so that the teaching comes through clearly. My classes are focused, fun and creative. No matter how challenging the practice may be, it only makes us better. Who I am shows in every piece of my teaching. I am traditionally non-traditional. My classes are joyful, purposeful and intentional. I believe in the transformative powers of regular practice and see it as a one-way ticket to freedom and happiness. I love to laugh and play while still maintaining drishti. Yoga makes us happy!

Sheana O'Sullivan

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Sheana O'Sullivan

I'm a soul seeker on a quest to explore the connection between mind, body, and spirit.

Having discovered yoga in 2000, I immediately became enchanted with the ease in my body and serenity in my mind. As I discovered my soul path, Yoga became my trusted companion.

I teach Slowful Flow and Yin Yoga to bring unique physical, energetic, and emotional clearing benefits. In Yin, poses are held for extended periods to lubricate joints and tissues, to practice mindfulness, and to cultivate chi flow in the body. It is often felt like a needle-less acupuncture session, and will leave you feeling euphoric.

Yoga has helped me to explore my true nature and to wake up to see who I truly am. It's not always easy but it's real and I feel alive. I wish the same for you my friend.

Hari Om.
Sheana

xo

Tanya Clark

Learn More

Tanya Clark

Tanya has been a student of the practice since 2011 and teaching since 2016 in San Francisco. Her classes are challenging yet accessible and there is an air of lightheartedness in every class. She believes that everybody's body is different and considers herself a guide for her students to practice safely in a welcoming environment. Tanya encourages her students to honor their body in each moment. Music is a big part of her classes! Get ready to move to smooth beats and remixed classics. Tanya also has a strong social media presence! Follow her on IG at @jiggeranddash.

Linda Souders

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Linda Souders

My MISSION in life is to help people walk their authentic path with balance, confidence, and joy.

My expertise comes from the many decades of navigating my own unique path full of ups and downs,
including economic fluctuation, career evolution, and a myriad of relationships. For strength, I studied many of the world’s wisdom teachings as taught by luminaries Joseph Campbell, Albert Einstein, Mary Morrissey, Pema Chödrön, Thích Nhất Hạnh, Martin Luther King, Jr., Patanjali, and others.These wisdom teachings worked to help me thrive amidst the inherent ups and downs of a full life, authentically lived.

Now I am honored to stand in this long lineage, sharing these same principles to others, so that they, too, may access the power to flourish on their own unique paths while navigating the exhilarating rush of this wild ride, called LIFE.


Payments, Enrollment & Registration, and Cancelation Policies

PAYMENTS:
➩ All tuition includes a non-refundable deposit of $399, and it is applied towards the full teacher training tuition. You're also welcome to pay the $399 deposit to hold your place before completing the full tuition payment.
➩ For payment plans, the first payment is $399, the subsequent payments are $416.66 due on (1/28) (2/22) (3/17).

ENROLLMENT & REGISTRATION:
➩ To enroll you must make a payment and complete the form above.
➩ Choose your preferred Tuition Payment above.
➩ Fill out the form above to register.
➩ NOTE: When making a payment, please make sure that your Mindbody profile is up-to-date at our Union Studio to include your address, current contact information, and your preferred payment method.

CANCELATIONS:
➩ Please contact us to discuss changes to your enrollment in the program: kathleen@yogaflowsf.com. No refunds given after the start of the program.