• 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • An Introduction to Chakras

    If you have taken a yoga class anywhere in the world, odds are likely that you have heard the term ‘Chakra.’ What are the chakras, where are they and why are they important? Let’s explore the chakra system, what exactly a chakra is and where.

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  • Guide to the 4 paths of Yoga

    With roughly 7.4 billion human beings on planet earth, it would be impossible to say that everyone is the same. Due to the vast number of us, it is easy to guess that there is an infinite number of ways to do any one thing..

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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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  • How to Set Up a Yoga YouTube Channel

    Because yoga is so fluid and dynamic, it really lends itself to video content. People are busy and can’t always make it to the studio for class between work or school or kids, so yoga videos cater to their need for quality yoga classes on.

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  • Email Marketing Tips for Yoga Studios and Instructors

    Email marketing campaigns are among the most effective tools for building a new network of like-minded individuals online. However, yoga studios and instructors must remember that an email inbox is private and highly personal compared to social media—earning an invitation is not something that should.

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  • 5 Yoga Class Theme ideas from everyday life

    In the words of Sri Pattabhi Jois, “Yoga is 99 percent practice and 1 percent theory”.  As a yoga teacher, you will know that a well-planned sequence is essential to your students’ safe practice of their asanas.  Of course, when you consider that the term.

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