• 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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  • 7 tips to begin teaching online

    Yoga studios are saturated with regular teachers and substitute teachers on their roll. You dream of building your own yoga studio brand, but that seems out of reach just now. Besides your little town has two yoga studios for every Starbucks and counting. So what.

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  • How to Teach Restorative Yoga Classes

    A restorative yoga class typically involves 5-8 poses supported with props and held for anywhere from 10-15 minutes.  Most restorative yoga poses are based on the practices of B.K.S. Iyengar and involve gentle twists, back bends and inversions, using props to support full relaxation of.

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  • Part 2: A Guide to Teaching Your First Ever Private Yoga Class

      In Part 1: How to start teaching private yoga, I outlined my 5 top tips for finding and keeping private yoga students. Now, once you have that all important first yoga client; where do you begin? Part 2: A Guide to Teaching Your First.

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  • Part 1: How To Start Teaching Private Yoga

    Private yoga classes are 1:1, instructor-client sessions, taking place in your studio, their home or even an office space.  Flexible options, personal attention and customised sessions are key benefits that motivate individuals to seek out private yoga classes. In return, you will be well paid..

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  • 4 ways to teach Yoga for Weight Loss

    Scientific research is increasingly supporting the idea that yoga can lead to weight loss. One study by medical researcher and practicing yogi Alan Kristal, DPH, MPH, followed 15,500 healthy but overweight Americans between the ages of 45-55 over a period of time. Those practicing yoga who were.

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  • How to teach using Yoga Props

    Want a basic intro to the yoga props currently available and how teachers can use props while teaching in class? Check out our yoga basics below for a little insight to the amazing world of yoga props and how to use them. Yoga Mats If.

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  • The Basics of Yoga Sequencing for Teachers

      Yoga Sequencing is the art of putting yoga poses together in a continuous and connected pattern towards an intended result. Some yoga styles such as Ashtanga consist of six series of specialised sequences, to build internal heat. Teachers of Ashtanga are trained to follow.

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  • Yoga & Sports – Why it is an essential combination

    A few days after Germany won the 2014 FIFA World Cup, newsfeeds were abuzz with how Yoga and some Zen helped the footballers win the coveted title. The German team’s Yoga Teacher, Patrick Broome stated that a daily Yoga session helped the team recover faster.

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