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.
In The Professional Yoga Teacher’s Handbook, I suggest building a team to support your career. Here’s how to get started.
The sale on my all-new Sequence Library ends on Thursday, so now is the time to buy!
My all-new online sequence library is on sale through the end of the year. But you can have a taste anytime! Click through to the course, and scroll down to the outline, which has a robust sample unit on warmups.
Are you looking for ways to freshen up your yoga classes or your home practice? Or have you read Everyday Yoga and wished the pages could come to life? If so, I have the perfect resource for you: my all-new freshly recorded Sequence Library!
Welcome to the world a wonderful, much-needed, beautifully produced book: Adaptive Yoga by Dr. Ingrid Yang and Dr. Kyle Fahey. I give this book my absolute highest recommendation!
Here’s your last call to sign up for the Carolina Yoga Company 200-hour daytime online yoga teacher training that starts in January.
Starting Monday, November 2, I’ll be leading weekly small, physically distant, fully masked classes at Carolina Yoga Company in Carrboro. Preregistration is required.
Yoga teachers: are you letting your class sizes be a de facto form of student feedback? Here are ways actively to seek improvement and serve your students better.
I recently had a conversation with a prospective yoga teacher trainee who had read The Professional Yoga Teacher’s Handbook and who turned the tables on me by asking me all the questions I suggest aspiring teachers ask teacher training directors. But she added a great question of her own.