Posts Tagged: online

Newly Certified: Dr. Cheryl Martin

Meet Cheryl Martin, one of the newest certified Sage Yoga for Athletes teachers. It was a treat to work with her as she moved through the training—her skill set is unique and inspiring. As an emergency physician and ultrarunner, she knows the value of yoga to keep you grounded in every situation. Scottish by birth, Cheryl… Read more »

New Infrastructure for 2018: Sage Yoga Teacher Training

Over at Sage Yoga Teacher Training, I have several online courses: Online Yoga for Athletes Teacher Training and Certification Classroom Management and Safety Sequencing Yoga Classes from Welcome to Namaste Professionalism for Movement Teachers The Workshop Workshop On Wednesday, I updated the infrastructure of the site to make it far more easy to access more… Read more »

Newly Certified: Maricelle Campbell

Meet Maricelle Campbell, one of the newest certified Sage Yoga for Athletes teachers. I met Maricelle in person when she took a workshop with me at the Yoga Journal conference in New York, and I was delighted to have her enroll in Teaching Yoga to Athletes shortly thereafter. And we are really excited to have… Read more »

Newly Certified: Kelsey Hood

Meet Kelsey Hood, one of the newest certified Sage Yoga for Athletes teachers. Kelsey grew up in Iowa and played soccer at the University of Minnesota, then professionally for five years. She lives in Grimstad, Norway, now, where she is the premier specialist in yoga for athletes. Kelsey’s experience at every level of sport makes… Read more »

Sage Advice: Balance Professionalism and Personality in Yoga Classes

Your teaching persona should be authentic to your day-to-day self, but that doesn’t mean you would share with your students in the same way as you would with your friends. I explored how to find the right balance in an article for Yoga Journal, “Balance Professionalism and Personality In Yoga Classes.” Yoga fosters connection, including a… Read more »

Sage Advice: Medical Emergencies in Class

The first article I ever wrote for Yoga Journal gives advice to yoga teachers about how to deal with medical emergencies in class. Despite every studio’s and teacher’s efforts to create a safe environment, such medical emergencies do happen in yoga classes, as a result of either an acute injury or an underlying condition. Knowing… Read more »

Sale: Save $10 on the Workshop Workshop

Up your teaching game in 2017 with the Workshop Workshop, an online course to help you develop, plan, and teach successful yoga and movement workshops. This workshop quickly pays for itself! And it’s $10 off through the end of February. Are you eager to share your favorite topics with your students in workshop format, but… Read more »