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5 05, 2021

Teaching Outdoor Yoga Cultivates Gratitude

2021-05-05T20:02:32-04:00Categories: Yoga Class|Tags: , , , , , , , |4 Comments

By: Virginia Iversen, M.Ed. Teaching outdoor Yoga classes can be a special treat depending on your climate. During the balmy days of summer, teaching classes outside can easily facilitate a sense of gratitude and appreciation for the natural beauty that surrounds us. If you live in a temperate climate zone in the United States, you [...]

12 12, 2017

Teaching Hatha Yoga: The Summer Slow Down

2017-12-12T08:48:00-05:00Categories: |0 Comments

By Paul Jerard Let's face it, Yoga teachers who live in Northern climates have been looking forward to a break from the "winter chill." Your Yoga students have also been looking forward to the warm weather and they want to take a vacation. What can Yoga teachers and Yoga studios do to compensate for the [...]

16 07, 2014

Teaching Physical Awareness in Yoga Classes

2017-04-26T15:29:57-04:00Categories: YOGA FOR PHYSICAL HEALTH|Tags: , , , , , |1 Comment

By Sangeetha Saran Yoga can be a very emotional and mentally stimulating practice. However, no one can deny that it has a strong physical component as well. Yoga uses every muscle of the body and requires the practitioner to stay focused and engaged physically throughout the class. This is why many teachers focus on addressing [...]

26 06, 2014

How to Begin Teaching Yoga Classes

2017-04-28T17:57:31-04:00Categories: Yoga Class|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

One thing that a yoga teacher overcomes is the feeling of awkwardness in front of people. Yoga classes are run as a group activity, and you will absolutely develop self-confidence and poise over time. You can do this at first by teaching small yoga groups, until you are able to feel comfortable in larger groups. Practice is a great way to perfect any skill. Teaching groups, big or small, is a great way to jump start your self-confidence.

6 11, 2013

About Teaching Yoga Part Time

2017-04-28T18:01:16-04:00Categories: How to Teach Yoga|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Additionally, there is no financial risk in teaching classes part-time at a fitness club, church, community center, or a local yoga school. Many successful studio owners started out by teaching at night and working a 9 to 5 job for a full-time employer. This gives a yoga instructor time to calculate the risks of expanding or playing it safe and investing one’s earnings toward a retirement fund or your next vacation.

14 01, 2013

Teaching Yoga in Schools: Easing Test Anxiety

2018-12-07T09:57:32-05:00Categories: How to Teach Yoga|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

As a Yoga instructor, do remember to include the practice of pranayama into your classes. These breathing exercises are fundamental to soothing and balancing the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems. This balance promotes both the calming and energizing effects of a great Yoga class.

22 11, 2012

Teaching Yoga for Deep Relaxation

2017-04-26T15:30:09-04:00Categories: How to Teach Yoga|Tags: , , , |2 Comments

If you teach vinyasa, hot or power Yoga classes, you might not get many requests for an expanded relaxation segment. Specific classes attract specific students. That said, if you just completed a restorative Yoga teacher training course, the end of your classes should focus on deep relaxation.

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