Just as it does in a dinner party or a restaurant, lighting plays an important role in setting a mood and making your guests comfortable in yoga and movement classes. While we all have personal preferences, here are some general guidelines for creating the best lighting for class.
Now’s the time to sign up for Fundamentals of Teaching Restorative Yoga, which will meet in person at Carrboro Yoga […]
You may have noticed that retail stores selling yoga clothing often host weekly classes. These attract practitioners who spend an […]
Now’s the time to set your goals and intentions for 2023. The Professional Yoga Teacher’s Handbook and Racing Wisely are here to help!
Whether you are building your yoga website or teaching at a gym, studio, or festival, you will need a good biography. Here’s how to start.
On Friday, November 18, I’ll lead a pop-up Yoga Nidra class at Carrboro Yoga. And next October, I’m leading a teacher training so you can learn to do the same.
If you have explored the softer side of yoga, you have probably encountered gentle, yin, and restorative yoga. But there’s […]
Here’s a true confession from most yoga teachers: we always go faster on the second side. This happens for a variety of reasons, prime among them that we have said all our best cues on the first side and haven’t grown comfortable with silence, or that we have mismanaged time and see the clock ticking. Once you recognize these common reasons, you can begin to correct them.
Mark your calendars now for two workshops Alexandra DeSiato and I will be co-leading at the Kripalu Center for Yoga […]
One of our teachers at Carolina Yoga Company also teaches business classes at the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business […]
I wrote The Professional Yoga Teacher’s Handbook to help teachers at every level—and to serve as a yoga teacher training […]