The World Needs What You Have to Offer

Today, teachers, I have a story for you. I spent the first two years of my yoga teaching career so injured that I had to walk with a cane. Every single time I stepped my left foot on the floor I had searing pain shoot directly up the femoral nerve in my thigh. Every. Single…. Read more

What You Say Matters

As you probably know, I work with my fellow yoga teachers in an offering called The Science of the Private Lesson. In that work {in both the live group training and one on one mentoring} I teach them all the things that can and should differentiate a private lesson from a group class. One of… Read more

My Double Life, and How You Can Help

Y’ALL. I need your help! As you may know, (or have gathered from social media) I am living a double life. I spend half my life in New York City, running all over town, teaching my most amazing private clients. I make time to practice with my favorite NYC based teachers, and have lunches and… Read more

What do you love most about being alive?

I was asked this question as I filled out a survey for a Kickstarter campaign I enthusiastically supported. (Check out Jade Beall’s A Beautiful Body Book Project if you haven’t already.) I had just answered my name, address, and occupation and this was the following question: What do you love most about being alive? The… Read more

What Kind of Practice is Necessary to Be a Good Private Yoga Teacher?

Hello again! This great question just came in from one of my teacher mentees, and I thought the answer would be beneficial for you all to hear! Question I am starting to understand the importance of having my own strong personal practice so I can be a better teacher. What is your practice like? What… Read more

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