At the beginning of each class, Jill asks her students to set an intention for their practice. Her intention as an instructor is to get people thinking about who they are, who they love, and how the practice helps them to be the best versions of themselves. In her own practice, Jill's intention is to move in a way that keeps her limber and spacious, heals physical tension and promotes mental stability and focus. Jill's lighthearted instruction and tendency to break down poses and sequences makes her class very accessible and enjoyable for all different levels of yoga. Her use of music and props make her classes fun, unique and creative.