Below is one of last month’s menus from my husband’s restaurant, Rue Cler (eat there!). Sequencing a yoga class can follow a format similar to this menu. Teachers choose a first course, a second course, and a third course to create a full meal, like the prix fixe menu. Or, in home practice or shorter sessions,… Read more »
Posts Tagged: teacher-training
It was a treat to play with recording and editing this tour of my online course on teaching yoga to athletes. The sound isn’t perfect, but never fear: the sound is great in the actual course videos. Enjoy—and let me know what questions you have about the course!
I’m in love with this photo from the penultimate weekend of our 2012–13 yoga teacher training at Carrboro Yoga. (Thanks to Elizabeth Matteson of Inner Voice Wellness for taking it!) In this exercise, we map some of the bony landmarks in the body using dry-erase markers, so don’t worry, this isn’t permanent. My co-teacher, Lies,… Read more »
I’ve just scheduled a five-day teachers’ intensive to give you concrete and copious tools and sequences no matter what style of yoga (or other movement classes) you teach. This workshop, which meets August 12–16, 2013, is part of a larger initiative at Carrboro Yoga to include more continuing education (more on that in a few… Read more »
I’ve booked the dates for my next intensive on teaching yoga to athletes at my home studio, Carrboro Yoga, in beautiful central North Carolina, July 8–12, 2013. If you’re more of a winter-in–New England type, I’m teaching a similar program at Kripalu starting January 27; details here. Each program is equivalent to the content portion… Read more »