If you’re a yoga teacher or teacher in training who is eager to find ways to make your classes antiracist […]
For several years, we’ve been offering three formats of our 200-hour yoga teacher training at Carolina Yoga Company: our eight-month […]
If you’ve been teaching online or if you’re considering getting started, you might have looked at the hundreds of professionally produced videos already available and asked yourself, “Who would want to watch ME over this?” The answer: the people who will connect with you for who you are: you, uniquely you.
Of all the routines that have shifted, my Mondays have changed the most during the shutdown. Used to be I’d […]
Are you sick of yourself yet? Me, too. Not only am I getting a lot of enforced downtime to watch […]
Two weeks ago yesterday, I taught my last yoga class. My business partner and I had just resolved to suspend all […]
I hope you’re staying centered and calm (enough) this week! Yoga can help a lot. For many years, I’ve been amassing an extensive library of online classes for students of any amount of experience and continuing education courses for yoga teachers, so if you find yourself in need of some at-home de-stressing or something to do while your kids take their own online courses, here are some suggestions—and a few special deals.
Once you’ve been practicing yoga for a while, you may feel the call to teach it or to learn more about the practice in the context of a teacher training. The first step is typically a 200-hour training. At Carolina Yoga, we’ve been offering these since 2011.
My newest video available at Yoga Vibes is a short restorative practice well worth thirty minutes of your time. Gather your props, put on your favorite relaxing music, and settle in and down.
Meet Tyra Clemmenson, the most recently certified teacher to graduate from my Teaching Yoga to Athletes course!
This morning, I had the fun pleasure of visiting WCHL, our local station, to talk about Carrboro Yoga with legendary broadcaster Ron Stutts.
Each Wednesday in February, from 6 to 7 p.m., I’m leading Yoga Nidra, a form of guided relaxation, at Carrboro Yoga. If you like savasana, the relaxation period at the end of yoga class, you’ll love this practice! All you need to do is show up and lie down.