Why Do The Work?

2 Comments 28 April 2014

By Michelle Marchildon. Inspiration is Inside Why is it that when you are in a hurry and you really need to find something, it seems to be missing? One time I was frantically looking for my sunglasses before I could drive my kids to school. I was almost in tears from frustration, when my son […]

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Gentle Flow Playlist

Music Playlist

Gentle Flow Playlist

0 Comments 25 April 2014

By Kellee Martin. I am the RYT who would not fathom teaching a class without music. For me, music enhances practice. This playlist was designed for a gentle hatha class with songs that allow for reflection, turning inward and graceful flowing movements. Angel’s Prayer – Invocation compilation Any Other Name – Thomas Newman Simplicity (LP […]

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5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Planning A Yoga Retreat

0 Comments 21 April 2014

By Yogi Aaron. In a day where there are hundreds of new yoga retreats popping up every year, asking yourself a few simple questions before you even start the planning process can mean the difference between a successful retreat with the right participants and a retreat that leaves you emotionally and financially drained. If you […]

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6 Great Strategies for Reading Yoga Wisdom Texts

2 Comments 14 April 2014

By Hari-kirtana das. You’ve probably had students ask you which translation of the Yoga Sutras or the Bhagavad Gita you think they should read. It’s great when our students want to explore yoga’s philosophical foundations. But it’s disheartening if we hear later that they stopped reading because they couldn’t get past the first chapter without […]

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Business, Resources

Creating a Signature Workshop

2 Comments 07 April 2014

By Kate Connell Workshops are a natural progression in the yoga teaching industry. Through a magnified lens, portions of our yoga practice can be explored, students can find clarity on topics that resonate with them, and teachers can begin to distill their teaching down to deliverable lessons that are essential to their teaching philosophies. These […]

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Meditation, Resources

5 Different Opening Meditation Poses

0 Comments 31 March 2014

By Brittany Gagné. It’s easy to cue Easy Seated Pose at the beginning of every class.  But even opening meditation can be enhanced by introducing some different poses. Here are a few options that I have had the pleasure of experiencing and teaching: 1.  Balasana (Child’s Pose) brings us close to the earth and turns […]

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Style-Specific, Teachasana

Prenatal Yoga Themes

0 Comments 28 March 2014

By Eliza Whiteman. Coming up with Prenatal Yoga class plans can be difficult you have such a broad range of levels, ailments and experience.  For some women this may be their introduction to yoga, while others already have a strong yoga practice. Some may decide to drop in for their last month of pregnancy while […]

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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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