HR Yoga Instructor Application Thank you for your interest in working at Yoga Garden SF. Please complete the following questions thoughtfully, allowing at least 20 minutes for this task. We look forward to reviewing your application! Tell Us About YourselfThe following section is your opportunity to tell us about your background, interests and qualifications.Name* First Last Phone*Email* Please provide any website, Facebook page, blog, or other internet presence that presents your yoga teaching. Number of years practicing yoga:*Number of years teaching yoga:*Number of years teaching yoga in San Francisco:*Number of classes you currently teach:*01-56 or morePlease list all places and class types that you have taught in the past two years. Also show the number of students typically attending the classes.*Please list all of the teacher trainings that you have completed, including dates of completion and style of yoga.*Please check all certifications that you hold. Yoga Alliance 200 Hour (RYT-200) Yoga Alliance 500 Hour (RYT-500) Yoga Alliance Experienced 200 Hour (ERYT-200) Yoga Alliance Experienced 500 Hour (ERYT-500) Iyengar Yoga National Associate of the US Certification Anusara Certified or Inspired Astanga Yoga Institute Certified or Authorized Other Please indicate the PRIMARY influence(s) on your yoga PRACTICE.* Hatha Vinyasa Iyengar Ashtanga Anusara Para Integral/Sivananda/Kundalini Other Please indicate the PRIMARY influence(s) on your yoga TEACHING.* Hatha Vinyasa Iyengar Ashtanga Anusara Para Integral/Sivananda/Kundalini Other Please indicate which types of students you MOST have an interest in serving:* Young Adults (18-45) Mature Adults (40-65) Seniors (60+) Pregnant Women Women with babies (postnatal) Young children Tweens/Teens Athletes Women Men People with physical injuries/ailments (therapeutic) Other If one of your students who really liked you were to describe your best qualities as a teacher, what might they say about you?*If that same student were to provide critical feedback about areas where you could most improve as a teacher, what might they say?*What do you find most rewarding about teaching yoga?*What do you find most challenging about teaching yoga?*Hypothetical situation: Jennifer comes to your class once a week. She also is a runner, and she has severely tight hamstrings. She complains about pain in forward extensions and cannot sit upright on the floor with straight legs (e.g. a 90 degree angle between straight legs and upright torso.) What advice might you give her either in class or outside of class?*Describe the extent and nature of spiritual guidance or spiritual instruction that you would TYPICALLY include in a yoga class. Provide an example. How does this compare with what you would PREFER to include in a yoga class? If they are different, please explain why.*About the JobFollowing is some information about the Yoga Instructor position. After each item is an opportunity for you to indicate how this affects your interest in the position. Our bottom floor studios have a maximum size of 21 students, and our top floor studio has a maximum of 35 students. Over the long term, all classes must have a minimum size of 10 students. Instructor compensation is based on enrollment as follows: 1-5 $25, 6-10 $40, 11-15 $60, 16-20 $80, 21-30 $100, 31+ $120. Is this pay scale*AcceptableAbout AverageNot AcceptablePlease select all times that you may be available to teach:* Weekdays early morning Weekdays mid-moring or noon Weekday afternoons Weekday evenings Saturday mornings Saturday afternoons Sunday mornings Sunday afternoons Sunday evenings Note that Yoga Garden SF has a policy that for an instructor to have a regularly-schedule weekly class, that instructor must teach a minimum of 3 classes each week.Please provide any questions that you would like us to answer before we invite you in for a meeting.How was this interview process for you?*PositiveNeutralNegativeThe EndCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.