About Ashley Josephine Zuberi
“Yoga is a practice that asks us to look at ourselves and our lives so we can choose to live in alignment with our true values. The practice offers freedom, safety, and non-judgment to do this inner work. Embarking on this path is both an individual journey as well as a journey within our community and the world.”
~Ashley Josephine Zuberi
Ashley first found yoga on a DVD. It took a few years before she started dabbling in classes at the gym. Based on the recommendation of a friend, she began attending a studio where she discovered an incredible community of like-minded healthy, interesting people. This community supported her physically, socially, and spiritually and changed the course of her life.
On a daily basis Ashley is inspired by those who choose to live their lives with purpose and integrity, those who refuse to sacrifice their values based on societal pressure, and those who choose love and joy over fear and hate. She looks to modern life to inspire her teachings; our own life is our very best teacher.
As a yoga educator Ashley teaches in-person and online group yoga classes, private yoga sessions, workshops on specialty topics, and trainings for those interested in deepening their personal practice and teaching yoga.
Ashley loves teaching about yoga philosophy and history. Her asana teaching skews toward alignment. You might go a little slower in her classes, but she’ll still make you work hard. She uses anatomical terms and Sanskrit but also takes the time to explain what she’s talking about. She doesn’t treat adults like children and isn’t a big fan of hand-holding. She’ll help you out, but also provide space for you to figure it out.
Ashley is grateful and lucky to have learned from many wonderful teachers over the years. She received her 200-hour Power Vinyasa training from Jason Bowman and Derise Diatta at CorePower Yoga Boulder in 2011. She went on to complete iRest Level 1 training from Dr. Richard Miller in 2012. She learned about Ayurveda from Deepak Chopra at the Chopra Center in 2014. In 2015, she deepened her knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics, and self-care with Yoga Tune Up® and The Roll Model Method® created by Jill Miller. She completed her 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training & Intro to Therapeutic Integration through Beloved Yoga from Jafar Alexander and Maryam Ovissi, where she also received a certificate in Yin Yoga. Ashley always considers herself a student first and that the journey is always just beginning.
If you like to be challenged, like to learn, and are genuinely interested in personal growth, Ashley wants to work with you! If you’re looking for a quick-fix workout, she’s not your gal.
To meet Ashley in class, check out her class schedule.
To work with her one-on-one, schedule a free consultation.
To deepen your practice, head on over to her online yoga studio.
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