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  • 7 Tips To Find Your First Yoga Teaching Job

    You’ve just finished your teacher training, armed with the knowledge you want to hit the ground running and get started on your teaching journey! Congratulations! You’ve completed a big step on your path to becoming a teacher. Figuring out how to find a job leading.

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  • Teaching Yoga for Runners

    Running is an enjoyable sport and one of the most proven methods for weight loss. Although beneficial in many ways, running can give you a bad back, tight hamstrings, sore feet and knee injuries. To get better at running and stay injury free, it’s important.

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  • 12 most loved Yoga Sutras

    The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali remain an essential yoga text for anyone undertaking the path of yoga. While you can find many interpretations of it, getting familiar with the sutras themselves is a great way to get closer to your yoga practice. #1. Atha yoga.

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  • Journaling Essentials For Yoga Teachers

    Journaling is one of the essential tools in a yoga teachers arsenal that all too few do not take advantage of. Many don’t journal because they simply don’t know what to write, and others simply don’t know how to get started! Journaling can be one.

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  • Self Care Essentials For Yoga Teachers

    Are your classes filled with messages of self-care, compassion, kindness, and giving? While these messages are important to express to your students they are even more important to take in for yourself. Leading students through a yoga practice can be joyous, it can also be.

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  • 5 Yoga Themes For The New Year

    With a new year quickly approaching, you may be searching for the perfect class themes to bring into a New Year practice for your classes and students. Figuring out a theme to stick with can be tough but the New Year is ripe with inspiration.

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  • The Essential Guide to Yoga Nidra

    Yoga Nidra or “The Yogis Sleep” is a practice that allows a yogi to come into a state of being that is somewhere between sleep and being awake. It is thought to be amongst the deepest possible state of relaxation while remaining fully conscious. Yoga.

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  • 10 Rules for Planning Your Yoga Class

    No matter the style of yoga you were trained in, odds are likely that you were taught a basic way to sequence your class. While those first sequences are wonderful for getting your feet wet at the front of the studio, often they lack some.

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  • 6 essential tips for teaching Yoga to Athletes.

    Teaching athletes can be a little confusing at first. Their strength can often get in the way of traditional flexibility poses and their need to be pushed a little harder doesn’t always work for every yoga class. There are a few ways that you can.

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  • 5 Tips To Successfully Adding Meditation To Your Yoga Class

    Let’s face it, many students aren’t itching to practice meditation during a yoga practice, if at all. It can even be difficult to get people to simply stay on their mats through savasana. However, meditation is a much-needed aspect and an essential part of the.

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