As wellness professionals, what do we have at our fingertips? The internet. Going online is the logical next step for us in this industry. While there are other out-of-the-box ideas out there, going virtual speaks to everyone. So let’s start talking!
After 5 years of teaching, Some things will always ring true. These are the real life lessons I learned as a teacher, practitioner, and entrepreneur that have changed the way I think about my life in yoga.
Teaching and practicing yoga outside can be a total joy — but it has its challenges, too. Here’s how to prepare for them.
Yoga teachers feel a lot of pressure to put on a brave face and be a force of positivity in other people’s lives. But it’s OK if you’re not having the best year, either.
A simple and balanced approach to yoga studio software.
The “doing-my-own-thing” type of student has entered class. You are teaching something and they are doing something else. Well, you’re not alone!
How (and why) to find out whether your yoga students are ready to go back to the studio after Covid-19 lockdown.
When starting out as a yoga teacher, you’re probably going to be assigned a beginners’ class. And it won’t be that simple. So today I’d like to share some of the things I’ve learned.
An interview with Asina of Nalina Wild Yoga, talking about balance, self-care, and staying connected with your purpose as a yoga teacher.
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