• 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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  • An introduction to the 8 limbs of Yoga

    Yoga is an ancient practice that has been able to survive through the years. While most of us practice just one part of yoga, we often don’t realize that there are in fact 8 limbs to the practice of yoga. The Sage Patanjali wrote the.

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  • 10 must read Yoga books for Yoga Teachers

    Summer is here and with it the need for some good reads. Whether you’re planning a yoga teacher training (YTT), destination retreat or staycation from the studio, you’ll want to include a few yoga books in your travel kit along with the sunscreen. Throughout my.

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  • 5 Tips On Teaching Advanced Poses

      Over time your teaching will evolve as your student base grows and changes as well as how you change. When many teachers are just beginning their teaching career, they are met with beginner students. As your teaching grows, your students grow with you and.

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  • How To Plan A Chakra Themed Yoga Class

      There are seven chakras in the human body that act as the energetic conductors of our being. Through these seven chakras, all of our energy flows. While energy is meant to flow through these chakras, it can also become blocked. This blocked energy can.

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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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  • 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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  • Beyond Asana –5 tips on how to incorporate the other limbs of yoga into a class.

    The astounding popularity of yoga in America, as reported by the Yoga Alliance and Yoga Journals latest survey (Yoga in America 20160) confirms there are now 37 million people practicing yoga. Of these, the majority will be practicing postural yoga as part of a weekly.

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