• 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Instagram Marketing for Yoga Professionals

    Instagram is one of the web’s largest social networks. Easy, mobile-friendly networking has made this image-driven platform one of the most popular places for people to share life experiences online. And with the introduction of Instagram Stories, the social network has shown it will remain.

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  • Facebook Marketing for Yoga Studios and Professionals

    Facebook is the largest social media network online, with nearly 2 billion active users. Facebook reports that 5 new accounts are created every second, and the average user spends at least 20 minutes on Facebook during every visit, representing a growing and highly engaged audience.

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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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  • How To Perfect The Art Of Hands-On Adjustments

    Asana is a full sensory experience for both student and teacher, from the verbal cues given to enter a posture to the visual cues of teacher demonstration. Within that realm of sensory aspects of yoga asana comes the art of physical adjustments. Touch is not.

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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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