{video} Why does teaching 1×1 bring up imposter syndrome?

Have you ever booked a new private yoga client and then freaked out a little bit?  Did you feel like you didn’t have what it takes to try to make a yoga practice unique and meaningful for just one person?  Did you finally sit down next to that private client and feel like a total… Read more

{video} Alternate Step Forward Option- Kneeling

As you very well know, many students struggle with stepping their foot forward to the front of the mat from downward dog. While it is certainly possible to teach yoga without ever doing that movement, it is also nice to have several options to help students step forward! I’ll be sharing a few other ways… Read more

The Power of Simple Teaching Guest Teacher Sarah Capua

Have you ever taken (or taught!) a yoga class that was simple in sequencing but deeply powerful in its effect on you? Maybe you love teaching and practicing yoga in a simple way but you feel like you are the only one? Do you think that all your students want fancier, faster and more exciting… Read more

{video} What To Do When You’re Overwhelmed by Information

Are you overwhelmed by all the information that is available to yoga teachers? Do you try to take as many courses as you can, read all the books you can get your hands on and follow all your favorite yoga teachers on social media only to feel so overloaded with information that you are unable… Read more

{video} Teaching Private Yoga Lessons Online

 I’ve avoiding doing this for years, but I just started teaching a private yoga client via video conferencing software and it has actually been awesome! Watch the video to hear my recommendations for tech set up, what to charge and tips for sequencing and cueing. I also recommend you listen to this podcast: The… Read more

Hip Injuries and Yoga with Guest Teacher Ariele Foster

Do you have hip pain? Today’s episode is all about the hip joint and hip injuries that are common in yoga practitioners. Many of you may already know this story, but I tore my hip labrum when I was 23 years old and I spent the first two years of my yoga teaching career walking… Read more

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