Meet Vicky Tu, the most recently certified Sage Yoga for Athletes teacher! Because she holds a PhD in neuroscience, Vicky is especially interested in the intersections between the body and mind.
While The Professional Yoga Teacher’s Handbook is for teachers of every level, part 1 of the book helps aspiring teachers chart a path through yoga teacher training. Specifically, I suggest that as you evaluate your YTT options, you ask these questions.
The Carolina Yoga Co. 200-hour yoga teacher training meets online in real time on weekdays starting in January. Deepen your understanding of yoga, learn to teach and have a wonderful experience of personal growth!
With studios starting to reopen for in-person classes or looking for new online teachers, now is a good time to brush up or create your yoga teaching résumé—even if you aren’t currently teaching.
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If you like to listen to your books and want to be the best yoga teacher you can be, today […]
Meet Joy Zazzera, the most recently certified graduate of my Teaching Yoga to Athletes course! This is an especially happy introduction for me to make, as Joy is a special teacher who is uniquely sympathetic to the needs of athletes and anyone who could stand to chill out.
As I confess in The Professional Yoga Teacher’s Handbook (now available for preorder and publishing September 15!), writing newsletters is […]
Meet Jennifer Schell, a newly certified graduate of my online course, Teaching Yoga to Athletes! Jennifer started with the content […]
I have a new video up at Yoga Vibes, one of my favorite warmup sequences. It also works nicely as a […]
Two months from today, The Professional Yoga Teacher’s Handbook will be officially published! Between now and then, I’m working on […]