Finding the Best Day for Workshops

0 Comments 27 April 2015

Say you’ve been busy planning what will be the greatest yoga workshop ever and then a few days before the event, you notice barely anyone has signed up. What gives??  Your last workshop was a sell-out! Perhaps you have chosen the wrong day. Marketing principles aside, did you know that the day of the week […]

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How to Follow the Dialogue of the Bhagavad Gita

0 Comments 08 September 2014

By Hari-kirtana das Students often tell me that they feel overwhelmed when they try to read the Bhagavad Gita. That’s understandable; reading a text that has challenged the minds of the world’s deepest thinkers for centuries is no small undertaking. As teachers, we can offer more than just sympathy and encouragement to persevere; we can […]

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0 Comments 26 August 2014

By Michelle Marchildon. The Most Important Work You Do, Will Be On You.  Just like the practice of yoga, teaching is a practice too. And the place where we have the potential to learn the most about ourselves is in the contemplation of our themes. Inspiration is everywhere; but you have to be aware to […]

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Five Key Considerations in Developing an Online Presence

0 Comments 11 August 2014

By Heather Church. As a yoga teacher, your first priority is focusing on the things that matter most – creating and delivering kick-asana classes for your students! But have you considered the best way to market yourself and connect with current and potential students? A web presence is easily the best and most efficient way […]

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Self Practice Tips for Yoga Teachers

2 Comments 04 August 2014

By Kate Connell. As yoga teachers we are immersed in the yoga world. Our free time is spent reading our favorite magazines and books, we put in for vacation time to jet to yoga festivals and conferences, and some of us spent our nights and weekends fulfilling a passion for sharing and teaching yoga. It can […]

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Teacher Spotlight

Teacher Spotlight: Sadie Nardini

0 Comments 01 August 2014

By Brittany Gagné. Core vs. Extremity-Initiated Movement~ Inspired by Sadie Nardini. Today’s Takeaway:  Inspired by Sadie Nardini, I would like to encourage you to teach your students to stop moving from their extremities and start moving from their cores.  Do you see your students transitioning using the extremities?  Swinging the head up to lift into […]

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Lessons Learned Teaching Yoga to Seniors

0 Comments 28 July 2014

By Linda Fenelon. When I said Yes to teaching yoga to a 75 year old couple I thought I would be the one bearing gifts. Turns out I was the receiver, not the giver. Here are 5 surprising things I learned about teaching yoga to Senior Citizens. Breath is everything A sixty minute class focused […]

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Teaching Yoga as a Moral Philosophy


Teaching Yoga as a Moral Philosophy

0 Comments 21 July 2014

By Hari-kirtana das. Most people come to a yoga class for the physical practice. After a while, some may  develop an appreciation for the psychosomatic aspect of yoga. Yogis who take their practice to an even deeper level may feel inspired to re-evaluate how they live in the world and how they act in relationship […]

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