Today is publication day for The Professional Yoga Teacher’s Handbook! And to go with it, a have a spanking-new website and a new learning management system for my online courses for yoga and movement teachers. The book is designed for aspiring and current teachers at any and every point in their careers. I cover everything […]Read this post
My latest video for Yoga Vibes is a sequence of mellow poses to reset your hips, spine, and nervous system. It’s a perfect add on at the end of a rigorous practice — or simply at the end of a long day. A block or throw pillow will serve as a support for bridge pose, so have one handy. You are encouraged to extend your savasana to taste!
My latest video for Yoga Vibes is another short practice that works as a standalone or in combination with other snacks! We visit cow-face pose, lizard pose, and two twists.
My latest video for Yoga Vibes is a short sequence that you can do mat-free. As such, it makes a perfect break during your workday.
It’s not too late to join me and Alexandra DeSiato for a live online workshop this Saturday, March 27! We’ll discuss how to find your authentic voice as a yoga or movement teacher so you can elevate your classes by incorporating themes to help your students feel better connected.
Join me for a virtual book event hosted by Swamp Fox Bookstore and Vella Yoga in Marion, Iowa, on Sunday, March 21, at 3 p.m. EDT/2 Central. It’s free!
Last week, I spoke virtually to rowers across the country on why and how to incorporate yoga into their training. Watch some or all of it here.
Yin Yoga gives us a laboratory where we can be still and stay with sensation and our reaction to it for a longer period of time. It trains us to be with things as they are, for longer than we normally would.
My latest video on Yoga Vibes is a yoga snack—that is, a short sequence that will appease your movement hunger, especially in the middle of a workday or as a transition into or out of your day.
Join me live 3/27 for a workshop keyed to Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses that will build your comfort incorporating themes and philosophy in your yoga class.
If you’re looking to teach yoga in a new setting, you might find that the demand is higher than you expected. Here’s how to get started.
One of the number-one goals yoga teachers set as a first next step in my trainings is to build a simple website where students can learn about their offerings. Here’s one way to get started.