Alexandria Crow is a fearless woman. During her first yoga teacher training, she recognized how the teachings of yoga and spiritual texts could combine in a beautifully meaningful way. She learned about presence and how one’s thoughts do not reflect one’s true self. These revelations and her yoga practice transformed her life completely.
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Radically Curious Alexandria Crow
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Alexandria Crow Answers…
Radically Loved Quotes
“We as yoga teachers only know, ‘this is what seems to have worked’, but we’ve never tried to do things in a new way.”
“Yoga is a way of seeing life. It is a self-study practice that’s guiding you toward what is at any given moment.”
“I don’t like being called an instructor, I like being called a teacher.”
“The sutras are actually saying the body is a problem and we need to transcend it. It’s not mentioned that that’s changed and said, ‘No, let’s be here now.’”
A Little More About Our Guest
Alexandria Crow’s yoga experience has been about transformation. The physical challenges of yoga provided a natural familiarity for the former competitive gymnast, while the philosophy of yoga has given her tools she uses to approach life with a fearless attitude.
Alex shares her personal experience of the transformative nature of yoga with her students. Her approach to teaching stems from her belief that the practice is for everyone. She guides her students step by step through creative sequences providing all of the components needed for each individual to feel successful. She encourages her students to challenge themselves while focusing on staying conscious of their body’s strengths and limits and making good decisions based on the present moment. Alex’s emphasis on paying attention allows her students to create true change and growth, something they can take with them into their daily lives.
Alex completed extensive training starting with the YogaWorks 200-Hour Certification Program, followed by a lengthy one-on-one apprenticeship with James Brown (former lead teacher trainer for YogaWorks and founder of American Yoga School) over the course of almost 1,000 studio and classroom hours. Since 2010, she has been leading 200 and 300-Hour Teacher Trainings in Santa Monica, CA, and various cities around the United States.
If you’re interested in training, email Alexandria at email@example.com