Keeping it safe! This doesn’t have to mean the variety within sequences needs to be any less… But how do we best balance creativity with body intelligence? More and more I read about injuries that someone has attributed to their yoga class or practice. There will always be room for our creative design but it […]Continue Reading...
Here is some inspiration you can use… quotes | music | peak postures Songs on my playlist Welcome Home Radical Face Swept Away The xx Without You […]Continue Reading...
Here is some inspiration you can use… quotes | music | peak postures Songs on my playlist Basique Little People Nonamata/Long Ago Tya I Am Light India.Arie Timetunnel […]Continue Reading...
7 steps to follow – building your safe yoga class sequences You’ve completed your training and you have gained a ton of knowledge about so many different facets of yoga and teaching. No matter how much of your training was specifically focused on sequencing smart classes, it can be an intimidating process. There is no […]Continue Reading...
Very simplified – 4 major considerations when building a safe yoga class sequence: Before even looking closely at these 4 things to consider in creating every sequence, I highly suggest developing a personal mission regarding your approach to creating all classes! Here’s what empowers me: My sequences are about my students and their needs. My […]Continue Reading...
Thank you for your candid feedback in regards to sharing these ReadyToTeachYoga planned classes with yoga teachers (and students). Almost an entire year has passed since I shared this particular post on Facebook, which in its few words explained the basic concept behind what I’ve been creating for the past 6 years. https://www.facebook.com/readytoteachyoga/posts/492381837634300 I have […]Continue Reading...
A COMMON UNDERSTANDING WHEN WE LOOK AT YOGA PHILOSOPHY… AND YET It applies to everything… even the way we fuel our ourselves. For me, 40 is just a short 7 months away and I am paying very close attention (and somethings are blatantly obvious) to my mind and body. Exercise for me, both my physical yoga practice and […]Continue Reading...
WHAT I’M LEARNING ABOUT MYSELF This past July, I moved from a home and community I’ve maintained for 13 years… Not a small move either! We moved from San Diego to Japan. Something this major means big lessons to learn, right? Definitely! I realize more and more about myself every day in a way that I […]Continue Reading...
OURS IS ENDLESS! Certainly I’m not alone in that I find it is easier to identify my perceived limits than to recognize that no boundaries truly exist. This is especially true when I find that things are unplanned or not going according to my plan, my default can easily be to blame this on inability and simply give in. […]Continue Reading...
AND THAT IS NOT THE CASE FOR EVERYONE In the spirit of gratitude, we are fortunate beings! If you are reading this, you have access to technology and a connection to others. You and I have the ability to read and share and celebrate with each other. I notice how quickly I can shift […]Continue Reading...