Jill Cobb

Jill Cobb
400 HOUR CERTIFIED | 200 HOURS CONTINUED EDUCATION
Jill’s journey began at a very young age. She found inspiration through the art of ballet dancing during her childhood and adolescent years. She performed in many school functions, and special events and found that, through ballet, she was able to uncover the passion and confidence that resided within.
Jill discovered yoga in 2009. A growing interest in yoga began to develop and Jill realized she wanted to attain some type of daily exercise…yoga seemed to be the perfect fit! She knew it would make her physically strong; however, Jill had no idea how much of a positive impact it had towards her mental health. Yoga helped Jill develop strengths she never thought she had, both physically and mentally. Yoga restored balance in her life, illuminating her inner beauty, health, self-discipline and helps her practice patience. The more balance that is cultivated within her mind, body and spirit through yoga directly impacts her external experiences and leads to a more joyful, peaceful, balanced and satisfying life.
In 2011, Jill completed her 200-hour Hot Power Fusion and 200-hour Power Vinyasa certifications. The other formats of yoga she teaches are Hot Yoga, Yoga Pilates and Restorative/Yin Yoga. Jill is passionate about living a balanced, healthy, abundant life and in turn, she hopes to reflect that on and off the mat.

Favorite Yoga Move: 

Standing Head to Knee (Dandayamana-Janushirasana) is a very challenging pose for me. It is a full body strengthener posture which takes patience, concentration, strength, balance and flexibility to achieve full expression.

How Has Yoga Benefited You The Most: 

The joy and fulfillment that yoga brings into my life is achieved through my mat. There are many positive benefits of yoga that impact my body, health, mental well-being and brings peace and balance to my daily experience.

Reason Started Doing Yoga: 

I started doing yoga as a form of exercise. Working out at a gym isn’t something I enjoy so having the motivation and discipline in going is challenging.

5 Words That Describe Your Teaching Style: 

Encouraging. Compassionate. Peaceful. Graceful. Challenging.