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  • 10 Tips To Plan And Sell Your Workshops

    After teaching classes for some time, any teacher is bound to build up a loyal following. Throughout the course of teaching individual classes you and your students will be hungry for more knowledge! This is where workshops come in! Planning, filling and leading a yoga.

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  • What’s all the fuss about Laughter Yoga?

    We’ve experienced that deep, peaceful quiet in Shavasana after an invigorating Yoga class. Now, how about a Yoga class that reduces your stress, lowers your blood pressure and most importantly releases endorphins? You get all of that, along with the added benefits of yoga, in.

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  • Introducing our new Yoga Pose Character – Tiya

      We are thrilled to introduce to you Tiya! She is our brand new Yoga Class Plan pose character, who will be adding more color and inspiration to your application. This is one of Yoga Class Plan’s biggest update, yet. LARGER DISPLAY AND COLOR Each Yoga.

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  • New Features Update in Yoga Class Plan

    What’s new in Yoga Class Plan? In one word – plenty! We’ve received some great feedback from you and we have been working hard to ensure that Yoga Class Plan is more user friendly, feature rich and a more fun application to work with. Here’s.

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  • 5 Tips for Teaching Yoga to Children

    The benefits of yoga for children are well-documented. From an increased focus to stronger muscles, there is no shortage of reasons why yoga practitioners, parents, day care providers, and schools should not include yoga in a child’s routine. Below are some of the benefits yoga.

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  • 7 quirky Yoga Styles and how you can teach them

      We live in a brave new yoga world. From the heights of anti-gravity hammocks to the boga yoga floating studios, some 40 million Americans are practicing yoga in ways that will just not believe –on a horse, in a kennel at the beer garden.

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  • Guide to Teaching Partner Yoga

    The word Yoga, in Sanskrit, yuj, literally means union, the joining together of mind, body and spirit. Teachers of partner yoga take that idea a step further, believing that yogis who practice together stay together, making deeper connections and better relationships. For them teaching yoga.

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  • 3 creative Yoga class themes for Winter

    Sequencing your yoga class around a winter theme will bring a renewed sense of purpose to your teaching. This is particularly true during the festive season, when many of your students may be distracted from their practice by everything from office parties to late night.

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  • 10 ways to prepare for yoga teacher training

    If you have enrolled in a Yoga Teacher Training (YTT), or are considering one for the coming year, you will have a zillion and one questions or issues arising. There are so many things to think about and consider as you begin the next stage.

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  • The Benefits of Yogic Binds

    Yoga teachers have all sorts of poses and practices at their disposal to help their students. Take breath, for example: It’s something that yogis use to help calm the mind. But breath can also be used to help practitioners hold and strengthen during a particularly.

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