Jill Lawson Yoga

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About Jill Lawson Yoga

Jill Lawson Yoga offers all-level vinyasa flow yoga, core yoga, Pilates and fitness classes plus freelance writing for health, fitness and meditation. In addition to writing and teaching regularly scheduled classes, Jill Lawson Yoga provides private yoga classes, specialty and seasonal yoga classes for golfers, skiers, and surfers, as well as injury recovery and stress reduction classes. An annual retreat in Mexico, and local and national workshops are also scheduled throughout the year.

Jill Lawson is a certified yoga and fitness instructor with a master's degree in exercise science. In addition to teaching and leading workshops and retreats, she is a freelance writer for yoga and fitness magazines.

Join Jill Lawson for her annual Yoga and Surfing retreat in Sayulita, Mexico. It is a time not to be missed. Hosted by the retreat professionals of Via Yoga, it is a classy, well-designed, fun and relaxing experience.

"Jill is the best at teaching to a wide variety of abilities without making people feel insecure." SB

"I always look forward to her classes. She really pays attention to us and seems to know exactly what we need." JM

"Jill's voice is the most soothing voice I have ever heard. Her instructions are so clear and concise, I rarely have to look around to see what I should be doing!" DK


100 N. 4th Street
Dolores, CO 81323

Question and answer

Q. What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

A. Yes, I attend yoga workshops and conferences, plus I read many books and articles. But the most important continuing education I do to stay current in my field is to maintain my own yoga practice. Every time I practice, I learn something new about myself, gain some insight into a challenging pose, understand what it feels like to be a student, etc. I am always searching for ways to become a better teacher and that doesn't always come from attending a lecture. Sometimes even a walk in the woods with my dogs is the best continuing education, as long as I am paying attention to the gain in perspective such an activity can offer.

Q. How did you get started doing this type of work?

A. I used to pretend I was teaching my stuffed animals gymnastics. I would stretch them out and have them do backbends and handstands. I had a grade book for all of them (they all got an A). I've always been a teacher at heart and I've always loved to move my body in some way or another, so it just felt natural to become what I am today. As far as the writing goes, I've always kept a journal so I've been practicing writing for years. I never thought I'd write as often as I do now (for work) but I love it and it just keeps getting better.

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