Learn to let your body language convey relaxed authority and a centered focus on your students.
Help your students safely relax the neck, shoulders, and jaw to release the tension that stores in those areas.
To soar skyward in Shoulderstand, press your arms strongly into the earth.
Help your third-trimester students use yoga to ease physical discomfort and prepare for labor.
Help your students get the most out of their practice during these middle months.
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.
If you teach yoga regularly, you will have a pregnant student in your class at some point. Learn what to do to encourage a healthy first trimester.
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Help your students fully experience the benefits of Corpse Pose (Savasana), through the exploration of their anatomy.
Avoid audio fiascoes with these tips from a yoga teacher/sound engineer.
Maintain the qualities that make you unique without distracting your students—and yourself—with your ego.
Ashtanga yoga teacher, Richard Freeman inspires many to take up Ashtanga Yoga through his instructional videos and philosophical books.
Growth of these qualities is a sure sign that your students are on the right path in their spiritual practice.