Radical self-compassion is essential for the health and wellness of all human beings. Yoga provides a powerful way to practice it with our own bodies before practicing it with others. This flow is ideal for quickly honoring your body with both gentle movement and rest.
Try this short sequence 3–5 times on its own, or as part of a longer practice to ignite the energy in your third chakra.
Do this short sequence 3–5 times on its own or as part of a longer practice to open your heart chakra and experience compassion.
Chelsea Jackson Roberts, PhD, Seane Corn, Tyrone Beverly, and more prominent voices from the yoga community explain how Inclusivity Training can empower all teachers, regardless of experience or background.
Yoga teacher Chelsea Jackson Roberts shares what yoga has done for her and why she has devoted herself to sharing it with groups who wouldn’t otherwise have access to the practice.
You may quickly pick up on outdated alignment cues, but what about common words and phrases that inherently single out gender, ability, race, socioeconomic status, or age? Learn how to realign your language in yoga class.
If, as a yoga teacher, you feel unsure how to teach in a way that includes and resonates with everyone in our diverse community, you're not alone.