Yoga teachers, get articles, sequences, and teaching advice from senior teachers to help your students and your career grow.
Yoga teacher Meagan McCrary's injury forced her to roll up her mat, but it helped her remember and return to many of the things she loved about yoga to begin with.
More teachers are taking a hands-off approach to assists—and more students are wondering where the line is between helpful and inappropriate. Here, master teachers share their thinking on this touchy debate and offer expert advice to help keep everyone safe.
Understanding the three anatomical planes of movement (sagittal, coronal, and transverse) can help you recognize patterns and imbalances in your body, allowing you to move with more intention—in your yoga practice and beyond.
It’s all about progression with Natasha Rizopoulos’s signature method of designing a satisfying practice.
Ever walk into class and realize your plan just doesn't meet the collective mood? Colleen Saidman Yee offers tips to help you pivot.
Learn more from teacher Natasha Rizopoulos about how to sequence standing poses, and why it matters.
When powerful teachings, charismatic instructors, and receptive students come together in a spiritual community, intimate relationships have the potential to bloom.
Discover a practice Rebecca Hatman uses to enliven the manipura chakra and incorporate the Law of Intention and Desire into classes.
Yoga teacher Natasha Rizopoulos demonstrates how to imprint safe shoulder alignment before you get to Sun Salutations.
Teacher Natasha Rizopoulos talks about the importance of sequencing to evolve your practice.