We’ve all taken yoga classes from teachers that make us feel great. These are the kind of teachers that draw students out from the woodwork and continue to keep them coming back for more and more. But contrarily, we’ve all taken yoga classes from teachers that have disempowered us as well. We’ve all stepped away … Continued
I must admit, when I decided to teach the Yamas (restraints) and the Niyamas (observances) – the first two limbs of yoga in Patanjali’s eight-limbed path, there was a bit of uncertainty on my part. I recalled my 200 hour YTT (yoga teacher training) and first being introduced to the eight limbs. How foreign and […]
After completing your 200 Hour YTT (yoga teacher training) it’s not uncommon to feel a lack of confidence to actually teach a yoga class. Continue reading to see how to get past each of these very real struggles and flourish in your yoga teaching career.
So you graduated from Yoga Teacher Training, huh? How exciting! Congratulations. Completing your yoga teacher training is such a rewarding experience that’s also awakening and deepening in so many ways. If ... Read More
For new yoga teachers, having the confidence to properly cue students into postures is one of the most challenging obstacles in their new career. If you are reading this post, it is probably because you too are a little uneasy in this area. There is no doubt that all teachers started right where you are […]
ave you settled in for a luxurious savasana and had your teacher read a life-changing quote aloud? Has a poem or short story left you elated, inspired, and more connected to your true self? In this blog post, I reveal some of my favorite quotes to end a yoga class. You can use them in conjunction with savasana or your closing ritual. Or, you can pair them with a class theme to amplify their power.