Enlisting advice, support, and friendship from other yoga teachers can make all the difference—in both your teaching and your attitude.
You know what happens to a paper clip when you bend it back and forth too many times? Stop doing the same thing to your body.
The answer is simple.
There's more to sequencing the final resting pose than putting it at the end of class. Here's how to ensure your students are set up to find their calm.
Here's how to own up to your humanness when you make a mistake before the lesson is repeated.
Even if your teacher shares a profound insight in the moment you needed to hear it, it's important to remember that they are still human.
To demo or not to demo? These tips will help you discern which online teaching approach works best for you and your students.
The learning doesn't end with YTT. These tips help you get past your newness and nervousness.
This series of yoga postures will keep your pectoral and upper back muscles loose, while gradually opening the chest and shoulders.
Hobbling around the house? These stretches will help relieve your discomfort (and feel good, too).
When life gets frenetic, it can be easy to lose yourself. Here's what you need to remember.
Take that, whippersnappers.
Your hammies and lower back will feel more relaxed before you know it.
Tyagaraja is a little posh, a little blingy, and all about community.
All you need is a chair, a blanket, and 20 minutes.
These asanas promise sweeter dreams, Sandman not required.
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Considering a next-level training to deepen your practice or expand your teaching skills? Here's what you need to know.
Did This Week’s Immigration News Make Your Head Spin? Take Action with This International Day of Yoga Practice
Seems like there's no better time than International Day of Yoga to remember our interconnectedness with all human beings—and do something to help promote the well-being of everyone. Here, master teacher Amy Ippoliti shows us how.
Master teacher Amy Ippoliti interprets Sutra 1.3 as a way to meet your thoughts and feelings with self-assurance.
Binds are a wonderful way to open the shoulders, create a safe, stable haven in a pose, and build prana in the body. Within these 5 binds, you’ll find some of the most elegant, graceful shapes that ask you to rise to the occasion.
Yoga Journal LIVE presenter Amy Ippoliti explores where politics fit into the yoga space.
Play with balance and strength as you move step by step into Eight-Angle Pose (Astavakrasana).
Modify Intense Side Stretch (Parsvottanasana) if needed to find safe alignment for your body.
Stretch your outer hips and hamstrings, lengthens your spine and encourage quietude and self-reflection in Intense Side Stretch (Parsvottanasana).