Want to extend your learning and get coaching from Jivana and Amber?
Accessible Yoga Training Online is a live, online experience, but we’ve heard from many students that they want 1:1 support and a little more time to troubleshoot, ask questions, and make the most out of their learning. Join Jivana Heyman and Amber Karnes for 4 live Q&A Mentor Sessions after the Accessible Yoga Training Online course is over.
✅ Get personal coaching to apply the concepts we learned during the training
✅ Troubleshoot, ask questions, and bounce ideas off your mentors (and a group of dedicated yoga teachers just like you)
✅ Get 1:1 support and your exact questions answered by Amber & Jivana
✅ Feel supported, confident, and less alone in your ability to accommodate all your students
Here's What You'll Get:
4 live, 60-minute Q&A sessions with Jivana Heyman & Amber Karnes
We’ll meet online in Zoom and you’ll have a chance to ask your questions, troubleshoot, and share in community learning, led by Jivana & Amber. The live mentorship calls will be held at 5-6pm eastern / 2-3 pacific on:
- Thursday, October 7, 2021
- Thursday, November 4, 2021
- Thursday, December 2, 2021
- Thursday, January 6, 2022
The investment for all 4 mentor sessions is $99.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I join the calls?
We will meet on Zoom, a video chat platform. We will send you a private Zoom link and password to join each call. You can download the free Zoom app to your computer, tablet, or phone and join us that way. There is also a way to call in via phone if you can’t join online.
What if I can’t make it live?
You can submit your question ahead of time and Jivana and Amber will answer it live on the call. You can watch the recording to get your answers. Don’t worry, all calls will be recorded, and the recording is yours to keep forever.
What if I can't afford to pay $99 for this?
If you are experiencing financial need but still want to join us, please register using this link for 50% off.
If you are able to pay the full price of $99, your contributions support the ability to offer a lower rate to community members experiencing financial difficulties.