Here are the graduates of the 2011 and 2012 Yoga Works Teacher Training at It’s About Movement! What an incredible group of yogis- it was a true honor to have witnessed their diligent self study and beautiful transformations… here are a few testimonials from the graduates:
“Hands down, the teacher training with Kim Fisch was the most amazing experience that I have ever had! It stretched my mind, body and spirit in ways that I never thought possible. And at every step of the way, Kim was there to offer support and guidance.” Bree Simon.
“The Yoga Works materials made the subject matter feel attainable. Kim Fisch was sweetly straightforward and I instantly felt comfortable with her as my teacher. The learning studio was a welcoming, happy place- it was just about learning yoga in a safe, protected environment.” Patricia Fisher.
“I perhaps may have been the worst student, stormed for the greatest number of sessions and was generally quite resistant to our delightful teacher Kim. It’s hard to say why, but my wonderful Rhonda, also a participant in the class, summed it up, “You are a strong, flexible man who has never had a teacher that can actually teach you.” Kim was indeed the first teacher in my 7 years of practice that has ever been able to consistently challenge, push, correct, instruct and eventually change me and my practice.” Ben Travis.
“I feel incredibly lucky and blessed to have been a student in Kim Fisch’s 200-hour YogaWorks Teacher Training Program. Kim is extremely knowledgeable about every aspect of yoga – asana, class sequencing, philosophy, anatomy…etc and teaches with such passion and dedication. What sets this program apart from others is how we learned how to teach the poses, with the focus on alignment. Kim challenged me in the program to apply what we were learning not only in my daily practice, but in my daily life. I felt confident teaching immediately after the program ended, thanks to Kim’s guidance and through all of the sequencing exercises, in-class practice teaching and the application of hands-on-adjustments. I will be forever grateful for Kim and the experience of the 200-hour training and would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to become a yoga teacher.” Alison Wakelee.