The learning doesn't end with YTT. These tips help you get past your newness and nervousness.
Blocks, straps, and blankets have a place in everyone's practice. Here's how to use them to find better alignment in 5 common poses.
Avoid these commonly used (and misused) phrases—and replace them with these better ones.
After you've made sure your student wants to be touched, follow these hands-on assist upgrades.
Teaching in a park—especially in the city—can be full of distractions. Embracing them can make you a better teacher.
Demonstrate the meaning of balance by unpacking three key concepts with your students.
Many yoga instructors tell students to “anchor the sitting bones” in seated twists. But the key to healthy twisting is moving your pelvis.
Considering a next-level training to deepen your practice or expand your teaching skills? Here's what you need to know.
Got back pain? Tight hip flexors could be to blame. Open them up with these four yoga poses that counterbalance the prolonged hip flexion of sitting for hours.
Whether you're taking a bilingual class or teaching it—there's so much to gain from stretching your brain along with your muscles.
Yes, your home practice is for you, but it can also improve your teaching. Here's how.
Use these poses to access this deep muscle, which is key for freedom and ease in the hips.
When you're teaching multiple classes each week, writing sequences, creating curriculum, and managing your careers, your home yoga practice might slip through the cracks. Here's why you shouldn't let it.
Two yoga luminaries discuss whether you can teach yoga without discussing the roots of the practice.