By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Have you ever wondered what draws, and keeps, students in your Yoga classes? The answer is quite simple - All you have to do is look in the mirror. During the course of a week, I am lucky enough to speak with Yoga teachers from around the world, so I [...]
This may not happen right away, and some instructors are very comfortable working with the "general population." When I look at my weekly schedule, I teach children, seniors with various levels of mobility, gentle classes to a targeted middle aged group, Restorative classes (which also attract students in the middle-aged range), Vinyasa classes to students who are usually in the 20 to 30 years of age range, and private sessions, which can cover just about anything.
By Paul Jerard Let's continue with more ideas for workshops and some specialty classes that may fit in as part of your regular class schedule. You don't have to use all of these ideas, but you may find one, or two, that fit with your clientele and your Yoga studio. Prenatal Yoga: Again, this is [...]
Here are some guidelines for Yoga teachers to consider when teaching their students. As a leader and role model, your ethical behavior...