Give a brief bio about yourself and/or your studio
Shanghai is one of the most exciting cities in the world; Shanghai is growing and we are growing! We are China’s leading Yoga center, and Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training center, with three gorgeous studios, and a growing team of 25 international teachers. We currently offer 200 classes per week at three studios, where we teach Hot, Ashtanga, Flow, Yin styles, and also weekend workshops, and special guest workshop Intensives. We offer full time positions, competitive salary, housing allowance (nice apt), travel allowance (airfare to China), paid holiday (visit other countries in Asia), great working environment, and the chance to practice yoga, and grow as a teacher. We are looking for high caliber, motivated teachers who can bring positive energy to the team, and share the joy of yoga with our students. Please email us if you are interested, and want more information. firstname.lastname@example.org www.yplus.com.cn
What styles of yoga you teach? / Do you or your studio specialize in one?
Y Plus yoga Center offer Flow yoga , Hot yoga, Ashtanga, Yin Yoga, etc.
What makes your teaching or studio unique?
Ask any Yogi in Shanghai where to practice, and they will probably say Y+! Y+ Yoga is China’s premier network of Yoga Studios.
Y+ offers hundreds of classes each week, in the world’s most popular styles. We also offer workshops, teacher trainings, and specialty programs. Besides being a world class Yoga facility, Y+ is also a Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training School.
Y+ is committed to creating a beautiful community, of health and wellbeing, through Yoga.
Whether you are an experienced Yogi, or beginner, you will find a class that is just right for you…
Do you or your studio provide other services other than yoga?
What is your favorite yoga posture? And why? headstand
Who is your favorite yoga teacher? Bill Arce
How long have you been doing yoga? 5 years.
How long has your studio been around? 4 years.
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