Trina Altman shares how she uses simple, playful exercises to break down complicated asanas into manageable components.
The learning doesn't end with YTT. These tips help you get past your newness and nervousness.
If you're struggling to be more creative lately, you're in good company. So we asked our contributors for their top creativity-boosting tricks.
Use scribing to enhance your teaching for yourself and your students.
Often, when we find a teacher or a class we love, we stick to it. Here, Jeremy Falk makes the case for finding inspiration everywhere—even when we encounter styles we don't aspire to.
"I think one of the most important things we, as teachers, need to do to help keep yoga moving forward in a positive direction is be diligent in continuing our learning and personal growth."
We asked 19 senior teachers to share with you the kind of advice that can move you closer to their caliber of talent. You're welcome.
Last year, 14,700 new yoga teachers registered with Yoga Alliance. But are all of these newly trained teachers well qualified? Experienced yoga instructors weigh in.
As yoga teachers, it’s our job to make these postures as docile as possible. Here, 3 simple tips to help your students overcome their fears.
Yoga fosters connection, including between teachers and students. But sharing too much personal information can damage the classroom dynamic.
While neck rolls and stretches can be great for calming stressed students, they're not safe for everyone. Here, discover the two things you should be wary about, and how to teach yoga exercises for the neck safely to your students.
Maty Ezraty gives advice on teaching with mirrors and how we should overcome these obstacles.