YOD is a specialized and unique yoga format that allows you to deepen your practice in mind, body, and spirit. YOD stands for "Your Own Determination."
In YOD we practice our Classes with intentional movement, HIIT, meditation, Yoga Nidra, Self-Reflection, and Restoration.
We use these practices to get access to the now that let's you really experience your present state. From greater awareness, we can find freedom to then act, respond, and show up from that state which is for our highest good.
Our goal with YOD is to support you with the best tools and best practices to get present and empower transformation. We see all tools and practices as equally important depending on your need in the moment. All to become and embrace our best self.
YOD helps you access your physical body in the moment. That can be with Yoga, HIIT, Nidra, meditation, Self-Reflection, or Restoration.
It's your responsibility to find the tool best suited for you in the moment and embrace the practice from there.
Overall, YOD heightens the awareness of your physical body and your thoughts. From that intentional space, you can access your feelings, emotions, and tension. Then you can heal and move toward what you truly want to feel or express.
What makes YOD different from traditional yoga?
Who can participate in YOD Classes?
How can I join a YOD Class? What's the commitment?
Where can I find a YOD Studio near me?
There's not a YOD Studio near me. Now what?
No problem. Join the YOD Unlimited Membership! We have a range of classes every week that you can join from home. Plus, we're currently growing an amazing on-demand YOD class library that's coming soon!
Do you offer payment plans for the YOD Programs?
What is the 21 Day Challenge? How can I join?
How do I know if YOD is right for me?
Who can teach YOD? How can I become a YOD instructor?
What's the difference between the YOD Teacher Training and the YOD Certification Levels?
Great question. If you're not yet a certified yoga teacher, the YOD Yoga 200-hour Teacher Training is the fastest path to be able to teach YOD Yoga. It's an expedited experience for someone who has never been certified as a yoga teacher. It provides the 200 hours you need to become a certified yoga instructor, while at the same time it also gives you the specific training and skills you need to be able to teach YOD classes.
On the other hand, if you're already a 200-hour+ certified yoga teacher, the YOD Certification Levels are separate training programs to advance that training in specific skills and practices that enable you to teach YOD classes at the different levels.
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