There's a reason we seek out other people when we're starting something new – whether a formal teacher, a more experienced friend, or someone who's starting fresh right there alongside us. It's not just about what we can learn from them, and a mentor isn't synonymous with a teacher.
What we all need is somebody who holds us accountable, and somebody who makes us want to hold ourselves accountable.
Recommended for anyone looking to continue their education for teaching and self inquiry. Or for people who need help seeing the next step.
You will meet with your mentor individually monthly. Use this opportunity to identify your teaching and practice goals, ask questions, and monitor your teaching progress. You will be given reading and journaling assignments relevant to your goals.
Gain practical teaching hours and receive immediate feedback from your mentor.
You must practice with your mentor or an approved teacher. If this is not possible based on your location, you will have a monthly asana private online. This will be followed by Q and A. You must be committed to a daily practice.
You will assist your mentor one-on-one at least two times (geography permitting).
You will be required to complete assignments and readings tailored to your goals.
You will receive guidance on how to turn your passion into a sustainable career. You will learn how to create healthy boundaries, hold yourself to a high ethical standard, and all the things you don't learn in a teacher training.
Get support from someone who understands where you are now and has a bigger vision for you than you can have for yourself.
Ready to commit to your development as a practitioner and teacher? Want to create a vision for yourself that's too big to hold all on your own?
"Even though I've moved away from DC, I travel 600 miles (each way) monthly to work on Third Series with Jen. Her ability to teach from such a high level of experience while tailoring instruction to my personal practice is something I have not been able to find anywhere else."