So you've decided to become a yoga teacher or are considering a yoga teacher training to deepen your practice. Here, we cover all the bases: from choosing the right YTT for you to everything a new yoga instructor needs to know to get their yoga teaching career off the ground.
Whether you’re an experienced yoga teacher looking to deepen your practice or just beginning to think about teaching, this quiz can help you figure out which yoga teacher training format is the best fit for you and your goals.
Teacher Geoffrey Prather shares how a 200-hour, 3-month, weekends-only YogaWorks YTT can revolutionize your practice, and change your life.
Seasoned teacher trainer Gina Gaputo goes ahead and opens this can of worms, offering teachers three steps to take to talk spirituality more authentically and respectfully.
Ever show up to class with a sequence that just doesn’t jive with your students’ mood, skill, or energy level that day? Here are four ways to modify any sequence in the moment.
Wondering whether a yoga teacher training is the right move for you right now? Take this quick quiz to find out.
Seasoned teacher trainer Gina Caputo says planning a truly intentional yoga sequence may be more time-consuming than crafting a purely creative flow, but it’s worth it. Learn why it’s so important—and how to do it, step by step.
When it comes to teaching yoga, a great question of priority to ask yourself is, “Do I want to be right? Do I want to be liked? Or do I want to TEACH?”
More and more yogis are realizing a 200-hour YTT just scratches yoga's surface.
How much can you REALLY learn from a yoga mentor in three days? You might be surprised when you read about two teachers' experiences.
D.C.-area yogis, head to the Smithsonian Institution this month for an educational weekend exploring yoga's holistic healing power.