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Live Be Yoga: How San Francisco Reinforced That Yoga Teachers Will Always Be Students First

The best instructors are forever curious and learning. Here, Jeremy and Aris reflect on finding inspiration and translating it into their teaching.
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Aris Seaberg posing in K-Deer leggings

Aris Seaberg practices yoga at 1440 Multiversity, a learning campus that offered plenty of opportunities to learn from both traditional teachers and not-so-common sources of inspiration.

Live Be Yoga ambassadors Jeremy Falk and Aris Seaberg are on a road trip across the country to share real talk with master teachers, explore innovative classes, and so much more—all to illuminate what's in store for the future of yoga. 

As two yoga teachers, the Live Be Yoga tour has been an amazing opportunity for us to step away from our teaching roles, get back on the mat, and absorb wisdom from so many teachers across the country. We believe that a yoga teacher must always be in the role of a student! In San Francisco, we were fortunate to enjoy an eclectic mix of wellness teachings, including a Tantra workshop with Sally Kempton. In addition, for the first time since the tour began, both of us also stepped in front of the classroom again. Here, we reflect on finding inspiration everywhere, and how they translated it in their own teaching.