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
Feedback helps us grow as teachers. But as yoga teachers, we don’t often get much feedback. Our students vote with […]
If, like me, you love the dynamic of a live classroom, join me for Teaching Yoga to Athletes at Lift Body + Yoga in Atlanta Friday–Sunday, October 15–17.
My latest video for Yoga Vibes can be a standalone yoga snack or can be a warmup or a late-in-the-practice sequence.
I recently had a nice chat with Dr. Colin Dombroski of the Sole Science clinic in Canada. He’s a fan of The Athlete’s Guide to Recovery, and he wanted to create a video to share with his patients. And I’m sharing it with you!
Three of my continuing education courses for movement teachers have just gotten major upgrades: personal connection!
In 2020, I re-filmed all the lectures for my signature course, Teaching Yoga to Athletes. And now I’ve added captions, to make these lectures more accessible!
Meet Mark Bonner, the most recently certified graduate of my Teaching Yoga to Athletes course! Mark teaches online and in Salisbury in the UK. He’s got a wonderful skillset!
What a total joy it is to have live in-person trainings to announce! If you are a yoga or movement […]
Now that social distancing has eased in yoga studios, there’s a potential for teachers to offer manual assists again. At […]
It’s a joy to have a live, in-person yoga teacher training on the schedule at Carolina Yoga Company! As part of my planning for this fall’s weekend-format YTT, I created a guide, “Essential Questions to Ask About Yoga Teacher Training.” Get it here.
with Christine Veit and Sage Rountree SIX WEDNESDAYS, JUNE 23–JULY 28, 6:30–7:45 P.M., AT CARRBORO YOGA COMPANY Root yourself in […]
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!