The term self care is ubiquitous in our world today and since yoga practice is an important part of self care for some people the topic comes up for us yoga teachers quite often! Also, it can be difficult to practice good self care as a yoga teacher running all over town trying to make… Read more
It’s happened to all of us. We are halfway through a sequence and then we blank completely. Or we plan way too much and have to adjust on the spot. Or we don’t plan enough and we feel scattered while we’re teaching and planning at the same time. My friend and student, Tina Lear is… Read more
Teachers often ask me how I respond when a potential private client tells me the rate for a private lesson is too high. I’ve got an answer you won’t likely expect. Let me know what follow up questions this brings up!
Teaching yoga one-on-one requires a totally different skill set than teaching group classes and these unique skills are left out of most teacher trainings so if you have lots of questions about teaching 1×1 lessons that makes sense. I’ve been a full time yoga teacher since 2005, teaching 15-25 private clients a week for most… Read more
I am so often asked by fellow yoga teachers, “How do you measure progress with your private clients?” Or, “What goal-setting methodology do you use with private yoga students?” I believe we have to use a measuring system that is as vast as the practice and as unique as our students. Let me know how… Read more
I’m honored to call Cecily Milne a friend. She is thoughtful, smart and an amazing force for change in the yoga world. As the creator of Yoga Detour, she is seen as a yoga “integrator”, helping people bridge the gap between the yoga they already love and the other things, like strength and mobility, they’re… Read more