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When Yoga Students Need Private Lessons

When an intern is going through yoga teacher training, he or she might envision classes full of students. Long before yogic methodology became so popular; yoga training sessions were often private, semi-private or consisted of small groups.

When Yoga Students Need Private Lessons

When an intern is going through yoga teacher training, he or she might envision classes full of students. Long before yogic methodology became so popular; yoga training sessions were often private, semi-private or consisted of small groups.

Yoga Teacher Training: Neck Pain

Anatomy is such an important part of hatha yoga instructor training. As you learn in Yoga teacher training, the neck is the most fragile...

Yoga Teacher Training: Addiction

Yoga teacher training hadn't prepared me for this one and I had no idea which drug did what! I contacted Paul for some advice, which was...

Yoga Poses for Surfers: Improving Balance

The summertime is upon us and many active Yoga students may be cross training on the waves. Whether your students are avid board surfers...

Teaching Yoga to Students with Parkinson’s Disease

When teaching Yoga students who have any neurological disorder, the instructor must show compassion. We all know that Yoga helps to...

Teaching Yoga to Students with Emotional Stress

Many Yoga teacher training interns envision classes with fit students, who want physical challenges. Hatha Yoga is well known as a form of...

What Should a Yoga Teacher Know About Anatomy?

There are a few Yoga teacher training programs that do not view anatomy as a priority. This may be true if the Yoga teacher certification...

Guidelines to Protect Yoga Students

Most yoga studios have their own unique set of safety guidelines that have evolved over the course of time. Despite this, they all share...

Yoga for the Infrequent Practitioner

Only familiarity with the muscle range allows yoga students to know how far they should push; the temptation to "take it to its limits...