About Adrienne Smith

Adrienne started practicing yoga when she was working in the corporate world. She traveled constantly and always looked for ways to keep healthy and active while on the road. After completing her RYT-200 Power Yoga Teacher Training she was hooked! She completed her RCYT-95 as well as her RYT-500 Advanced Yoga Teacher Training. A mother of two girls, Adrienne has dedicated her time to deepening her practice and connecting with her students (especially families & kids!) on ways to allow their yoga experience to ripple into all aspects of their lives. Throughout Adrienne’s trainings, her passion has led her to co-found FamilyFlow Yoga®️. FamilyFlow Yoga®️is one of four accredited schools in Illinois to offer a 95 Hour Registered Yoga Alliance Children’s Yoga Teacher Training program. Adrienne teaches in yoga studios, fitness clubs, boutique studios, as well as in school and after school yoga programs. FamilyFlow Yoga®️ has become an expert in offering continuing education programs and workshop for yoga instructors as well as schools’ staff and administrations. She's committed to helping people reach their full potential both physically, mentally and emotionally.

All posts by Adrienne Smith:

Teaching Private Yoga Sessions

Practice Makes Progress; How teaching yoga private sessions support your professional development After completing my 500 hour yoga teacher training, I distinctly remember the feeling opposite of what I was expecting. In my mind, I dreamed I would have all  the skills, knowledge, experience, courage and confidence of a successful yoga instructor. I imagined that […]

A Yogi’s Top 5: Must Haves for Your Yoga Resume

You may not realize you need a yoga resume, but you do. In order to secure a job teaching in a studio, fitness club/gym, school or at home, your potential employer wants to know if you will be a good match for their business. In order for an employer to get more butts on their […]

5 Ways to Prep for Teaching a Yoga Class

Teachers are flashlights. Our role is to illuminate a path for others to walk, instead of doing the work for them. Whether you’re teaching your 1st or 1,000th yoga class, your role is to hold space for others rather than developing a well-choreographed show. There are many variables to consider when constructing your class, so […]

Yoga Instructors are Brands

The yoga industry is booming!  Yoga is scientifically proven to help cope with our ever busy and stressed natural state of being. Doctors even recommend yoga to their patients! What can you do to elevate and communicate your teaching style to potential clients? (clients can be a student or a place you teach) “Students spend […]

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