When you were working through your 200-hour yoga teacher training, you most likely read several books, such as The Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and The Upanishads. While there is incredible knowledge to be found in those texts, we feel it’s important to continue lear
You are genuinely passionate about yoga – it helps you feel centered, keeps you healthy, and it has built your confidence. Now, you feel a calling to teach others and help them experience the same benefits you have while deepening your own knowledge, experience, and understandin
If you're a practicing health coach, or you are working to get your health coaching certification, now is a great time to add a yoga certification to your credentials! Here's how doing so can help both you and your clients.
Teaching yoga as an instructor is very rewarding for many reasons. Meeting new people, helping them improve their lives and many more reasons are why someone interested in teaching yoga should take the chance!
As yoga teachers begin their teaching experience, so many are taught the intricacies of guiding their students into the Yoga Posture. My question is: What does “the yoga posture” mean? It sounds so definitive, full of exactness, of “this is how it’s doneness”, that I feel the freedom
Now that you have finished your 200 hour yoga teacher training, you may wonder what's next. If you wish to specialize your classes to focus on a specific population or type of yoga, we offer a 300 hour Teacher Training to help you take your practice and teaching to a more advanced lev
You’ve signed up or are considering signing up to take Yoga Teacher Training – congrats! You’re about to embark on an educational, physical, and spiritual journey that can be life changing. Here’s some tips to help you prepare for your upcoming training.