71: Where Do We Go From Here? With Jesal Parikh + Bryn Chrisman

So much has changed in our world in the last several months, and the yoga world has been forced to pull in and take a pause. While many brick and mortar studios are closing and there are other related sad endings, I think we are also in a time ripe for positive and much needed… Read more

70: Yoga, Human Rights, and Accessibility with Jivana Heyman

I’m really grateful to bring you this interview with Jivana Heyman, the founder, and director of Accessible Yoga because his voice and leadership is SO needed right now. Jivana has specialized in teaching yoga to people with disabilities with an emphasis on community building and social engagement. Out of this work, the Accessible Yoga organization… Read more

Why I Think We Should Watch Our Students When They Practice

I’ve been talking a lot about why I advocate for a style of teaching that uses primarily verbal cues and very little physical demonstration.  This is partly stylistic and evident of my personal priorities in teaching (presence + inquiry rather than physical “correctness”) but it’s something I recommend to all the teachers who study with… Read more

69: Teaching Yoga Online

These are intense, unprecedented times. I know so much about your day to day life has changed in the last few weeks. As yoga teachers, our work has become quite challenging. But if you (and your students) have a computer and an internet connection, it is possible to stay connected with your students, continue to… Read more

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