Children's Yoga

Increase Your Teaching Salary with Kids Yoga Classes

0 Comments 22 March 2014

By Pamela Nixon. I don’t know many people that started teaching yoga for the money. Let’s face it, it isn’t always a very lucrative job. We teach for other reasons: We love yoga and what it has done for our lives and we want to share that gift with as many other people as we […]

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Teaching Modifications

1 Comment 17 March 2014

By Bernadette Birney. Question:  How is it possible that different people with different bodies, different histories, different life circumstances, and different physical, mental and emotional abilities and challenges can benefit from identical poses practiced in the identical ways with the identical instructions? Answer:  It’s not! There’s no such thing as one-size-fits-all yoga! If I had […]

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Teacher Spotlight

Teacher Spotlight: Jason Crandell

0 Comments 05 March 2014

By Brittany Gagné. Enhance with Eagle Arms. Inspired by a class I took online with Jason Crandell (today’s Teacher Spotlight), incorporate Eagle Arms to a few of the poses and transitions that you teach.  Your students will appreciate the opportunity to release tension in their upper backs and shoulders.  This enhancement also adds grace and […]

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Find Your Wings- Inspirational Quote

0 Comments 03 March 2014

By Eliza Whiteman. I used both of these quotes to lay the foundation to theme my Spread Your Wings and Fly vinyasa class.  I weave in heart openers, standing balance poses (airplane, half moon, dancer), crow variations, then long hip and hamstring holds. This quote opened class: “I have come to accept the feeling of […]

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Sharing Your Realizations: 5 Keys to an Effective Dharma Talk

0 Comments 24 February 2014

By Hari-kirtana das. Starting your class with a talk about yoga philosophy may seem daunting at first. Maybe you don’t know a lot about yoga philosophy and don’t want to talk about something you’re not an expert on. Maybe you’re so into yoga philosophy that you worry about talking for too long while anxious students […]

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5 Guidelines for Making Anatomy Relevant & Accessible

0 Comments 10 February 2014

The human body is endlessly fascinating and complex. As yoga teachers, we may tend to dork out on that. At least, I sure do. I’ve been studying human anatomy for a long time, yet am still continually learning. When we’re interested, there’s no running out of things to learn about our own bodies. Pretty cool, […]

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Finding Your Niche

0 Comments 03 February 2014

By Eliza Whiteman. Being a yoga teacher in today’s market can be frustrating and confusing. There are yoga classes and workshops for literally every demographic and ailment out there. You have put in the time, energy and money into getting your yoga teacher certification. Now you need to find out what particular style or niche […]

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Peace Out Yoga Flow Playlist

Music Playlist

Peace Out Yoga Flow Playlist

0 Comments 29 January 2014

By Keri-Ann Laurito. This is a two hour play list for a nice gentle/vinyasa flow class.  There is a slow beginning for pranayama, meditation and warm-ups then builds for a flow and comes back down again for savasana.   1-Om (Invocation Dub)-MC Yogi            2-The Lotus of a Thousand Petals, Sahasrara -Music for Deep Meditation    […]

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