Whether you've just graduated yoga teacher training or have been leading classes for years, you still need to practice in order to evolve. Here's how.
Ali Duncan opened Urban Sanctuary as a safe space for traditionally marginalized communities to heal in a historically Black area of Denver.
You don’t necessarily get rid of fear. But you can learn how to overcome it. Instagram's @upsidedownmama explains.
This language misstep can have a tremendous effect on your students' practice.
A full-time yoga teacher trainer explains why the thing that everyone seems to worry about actually isn't a concern at all.
Some lessons come only with experience. But there are other universal truths that can be useful to know sooner rather than later. (Also, humor helps.) Jack Workman explains.
Even when you're doing what you love, there are days when you're simply too exhausted to bring your best to the mat. Here's what you can do.
Step one: Get out of your own way.
An exploration of the intention behind an anatomically incorrect instruction.
The narrative of a powerful class lies not just in the postures, but also in the progression. Here's how to honor those in-between moments.
You cannot make everyone happy, nor should you try.
Enlisting advice, support, and friendship from other yoga teachers can make all the difference—in both your teaching and your attitude.
The case for keeping it simple.