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Ashley Jonas started practicing yoga in 2010 as a college athlete. After experiencing the benefits of a daily yoga practice, she received her 200-hour certification and began teaching yoga in 2013. Ashley is inspired by all movement styles including martial arts, calisthenics, running, weight lifting and dance. She continues studying movement arts through the Budokon Mixed Movement Academy with Cameron Shayne. Her classes are fun, yet challenging with focus on finding the yogi warrior within.
Ashley is an E-RYT (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher) through Yoga Alliance. She will be co-leading the first yoga teacher training at Mojo Fit Studios this fall in hopes to develop and inspire new yoga teachers on their journey to optimal health and happiness.
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“I am so grateful for the beautifully unique style of Ashley’s classes. Her ability to integrate the “basics” with a fun, dynamic practice always leaves me smiling and challenged! She has a fantastic way of communicating with her students and exudes a positive, sincere and authentic energy.”Jacque S.
“Ashley’s classes have made me stronger. Her classes are fun and challenging. Yet a new beginner to yoga could jump right in. Ashley has really pushed me when it comes to yoga, giving different ways to approach and try new poses, all while making it fun.”Megan P.
Simply Yoga eBook
This eBook is a combination of knowledge gained from multiple yoga trainings, my personal yoga practice, and from being a full-time yoga teacher over the last 7 years. This 74-page (so far) yoga workbook includes these 7 sections: defining yoga, cultivating a yoga mindset, building yoga class confidence, creating a home practice, yoga lifestyle tips, nutrition guidelines, and a basic yoga pose guide. VIEW PREVIEW
So far I had two classes with the instructor Ashley. My experience has been wonderful. A good instructor has to be able to “read the room” and come up with poses to satisfy most people. I have done yoga in my previous experience that the instructor was more interested in sounding knowledgeable and doing poses that only she could do to display her own expertise in yoga. Ashley J. is nothing like that. She pays attention in every individual in the room and offers advice on how to do the particular pose better. Big thumbs up!Jonny H.