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Ayurveda and yoga complement each other. By combining Ayurveda with yoga, we can enhance our practice with proper digestion and lifestyle tools.
Kapha dosha governs stability, structure and the sweetness of our lives. It is related to the lungs and it forms the muscle, fat, and bone within our body.
The annamayakosha represents the dense physical body. As a yoga teacher, when you give anatomical cues in class you are working with the annamayakosha.
Similar to the chakras, the koshas are one part of our subtle body and provide a framework to journey to our deepest level of Self.
A big difference between a strong pelvic floor and a tight pelvic floor – The latter causes pain! Practice these simple poses to end your pelvic floor pain.
Create something new for your students with this creative Mandala Flow Yoga Sequence. Flow with your breath and create exceptional classes.
This is the BEST time to pick up new yoga books to read while social distancing. Grab the guide for a full list of yoga books and podcasts.
I have a REAL and honest conversation about what it’s like, and if it’s worth it, to be a full time yoga teacher. I cut through the illusion and get serious, because on Instagram, it looks fantastic to be a yoga teacher.
Coping with my own yoga teaching injury + burnout + lack of income, I brainstormed three ways to make money teaching yoga and the pro’s and con’s of each.
Do you feel like you’re teaching the same poses over and over again? Here’s six new yoga poses that will add variety for both yourself and your students.
Proper breathing is a technique that often needs to be learned. Here’s how the ultimate guide to yoga breathing will help you use your full lung capacity!
Teaching a multi-level yoga class can be incredibly challenging. Here are 6 multi-level transitions to teach as you move your students through a breath-based flowing yoga class without teaching a typical “vinyasa” sequence.
During the holiday season it’s fun to create a Christmas yoga class to get your students in the holiday spirit (without having to listen to Christmas music!). Here are three of my favorite poses for Christmas!
Yoga teacher training can be a rewarding experience that helps you grow physically, mentally, & emotionally. Taking a training doesn’t require you to teach.
Belly breath is not always the best way to breathe. Learn a different way to breathe to enhance your lung capacity and help calm you down.
The most common struggle yoga teachers have is maintaining a personal practice. Here are 4 easy steps to establish a regular yoga practice habit.
Do you suffer from neck and shoulder pain? Here are 4 yoga poses that will relieve neck and shoulder pain. Anyone can utilize and practice these techniques.
Lower back pain can be anything from a nagging ache to debilitating pain. Here are 5 exercises for lower back pain that you can do daily at home.
Lower back pain affects sedentary people as well as highly-trained athletes. Follow these do’s and don’ts as a great preventative method for low back pain.
So many men, women, and even children suffer from pelvic floor weakness. Here are the common myths about Kegels and how to do them properly and safely.
The sun salutation, or sūrya namaskar, is an integral part of yoga. Some texts say it’s an ancient practice based on the 12 phases of the sun.
Explore the Ānandamāyākośa, the deepest layer and also impossible to teach. Learn how to help your students feel empowered and happier in their daily lives.
This will help your students feel good emotionally and mentally. Teach just 1 pose at a time focusing on the Manomāyākośa and the Vijñanamāyākośa.
A playlist sets the energy for a yoga class. Here’s one of my all-time favorites. More upbeat in the beginning then calms as the class moves into stillness.
As a teacher, I personally love using music as a tool to set the energy of my class. I design each playlist based on the intent of my yoga class.
Here you can read about the top 10 myths (and the real truth) of yoga. These were all things that I made the mistake of thinking before I started yoga.
More and more people are practicing yoga to help alleviate stress. The benefit of yoga goes beyond stress reduction and flexibility.
Have you practiced yoga outside? Here are 4 reasons to encourage you to take your yoga practice outdoors. Try it while the weather is warm.