Monthly Archives: October 2015

Easy ways to make your yoga students feel good

Sure, the physical postures are important (incredibly important!) but just beyond the physically satisfied state that you are helping students to achieve is their emotional and mental well-being. We can take really good care of this layer for our students in how we hold space as we guide them. Give adjustments physically that are solid and support where a student […]

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Your next yoga class

For several years I have written classes, adjusted them, modified them and practiced them with my students. Almost 2000 classes. Your students look up to you. They want their yoga instructor to be strong, peaceful, wise and organized. I want you to be that teacher. I know you can do it. You have a class […]

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class 10 – heart openers

Would you like this emailed to you in a PDF form? Mobile optimized too! Click here!   Heart Openers  (60-minute beginner/intermediate vinyasa) Introduction Child’s pose (minimum 10 breaths) (inhale) *transition to (can use hands and feet): (exhale) Downward dog (minimum 5 breaths) *transition to (can step): (exhale) Ragdoll (minimum 5 breaths) (exhale) standing forward bend […]

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5 Things you don’t want your yoga students to say:

You put your heart and soul in to your class. You love the idea of connecting with your students – providing them with a reprieve from the outside world. You strive to be a model for them to follow. You don’t want to hear: 1. Why was that class so short? 2. How come my […]

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