- Tuning Up Mind and Body: How Yoga and Sound Therapy Work in Harmony
- Making It to the Mat: What Yoga Teachers Need to Know About the Most Difficult Part of the Practice
- Pool Yoga 2.0: Is the World Ready for Pool Noodle Yoga?
- Why Yoga Trade is More Than Just a Yoga Instructor Job Site
- Six Ways You Can Get Work Teaching at a Yoga Retreat
- Can a Psychic Help You Become a Better Yoga Teacher?
- Yoga for Better Posture: A Pain-Free Approach
- Research Reveals What it Takes to Be an Effective Yoga Teacher
- Music and Yoga: Keeping Up With The Times or Modern-Day Distraction?
- YOGA TEACHER TRAINING SUPER SALE!!
Sound therapy practitioner and meditation teacher Sara Auster explains how yoga and sound therapy can work in a variety of ways.
How many times at the beginning of a class has a teacher stood up and said, “You made it to your mat. The hardest part is over.” Yes and no. Many barriers to students finding a steady practice schedule are practical: time, cost, and convenience. There is a growing body of research to suggest, however, that the key to students finding a sustainable practice runs deeper than managing logistics; it cuts to the heart of what differentiates yoga from other exercise choices. Students are more likely to return to class when they find a connection to a teacher’s holistic presentation of the mental and physical aspects of yoga.
Pool yoga has given way to Aaron Reed’s amazing new approach -- pool noodle yoga. It’s providing a lot of new opportunities for people who could never do yoga before.
The website Yoga Trade is about more than just finding yoga instructor jobs. It’s goal is to be an opportunity and learning hub for the yoga community.
Teaching at a yoga retreat sounds like a blast, but it’s actually hard work. Find out what it takes to live the yoga retreat lifestyle from yoga teacher Mary Tilson.
An interview with Intuitive Medium Jill Willard, who will share with you how accessing your intuitive powers can help you becoming an amazing yoga teacher and a better person.
Andrew Tanner of Yoga Alliance shares with us insights from the 2016 Yoga in America Study, including tips on what it takes to be a great yoga teacher.
Is it wise to mix music and yoga while you’re instructing? Erica Merrill and a number of other yoga instructors “chime” in.