Jason Crandell is a natural teacher and author with more than 15 years of experience. His accessible, grounded classes integrate the best elements of power yoga, anatomical precision, and mindfulness teachings. Jason’s articulate, down-to-earth approach to vinyasa yoga will educate and empower you. Named “one of the teachers shaping the future of yoga,” by Yoga Journal, Jason has been an in-demand teacher at conferences around the world for more than a decade. Considered a “teacher’s teacher,” Jason has taught on countless teacher training faculties, leads trainings globally, and regularly presents teacher training content at esteemed conferences. Jason is a contributing editor for Yoga Journal magazine where he has written more than 25 articles. His critical thinking skills will support you on your path of practice, teaching, and self-inquiry. Jason’s primary teacher is Rodney Yee—who was kind enough to say, “Jason is taking the art of teaching yoga to its next level.”
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Why Power + Precision + Mindfulness?
Power + Precision + Mindfulness classes deliver a strong vinyasa practice, an education about the technique of yoga, and accessible contemplative teachings.
After more than a decade of teaching vinyasa yoga in many different settings all over the world, I’ve found that combining power, precision, and mindfulness creates the most efficient, balanced yoga class with maximum impact. My approach is challenging and sweaty without producing burnout. It’s also exacting, helping you progress in your poses, without being stagnant or tedious. My classes encourage one-pointed focus and awareness of what’s going on internally.
My goal is for you to leave class feeling like the work we’ve done together is relevant and that it makes a measurable difference in your life. It doesn’t matter if your aim is to one day touch your toes or to help your students into the most advanced postures: We’re all in this together and we can all use the tools that yoga has to offer to help us stress less, to communicate more effectively, to embrace who we are, and to enjoy this life.
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