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Change Maker Spotlight: Sarah Tiefenthaler

Sarah completed her first 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training in the tropical jungles of Costa Rica where she focused intensely on the philosophy of yoga as well as meditation practices. When

5 Tips For Bringing New People Into Class

How do we as teachers get more people through the door and into our class? I get asked this question a lot. Here are 5 tips..

Is There Competition In Yoga?

Yoga is about doing your best with your body. But, is there competition in yoga? Let’s break it down and you be the judge!

Rise to Your True Calling

The term “svadharma” (“sva” meaning self) suggests that each of us has a true calling, a gift to give, and a sacred duty to offer the world that is distinctly ours.

The Basics of Sun Salutation A and Sun Salutation B

There are many ways to vary your sun salutations when you teach vinyasa yoga. What are the basics? Here are some simple postures to follow for sun salutation variations. Sun

Ready to Teach – 60 Minute Vinyasa Class – Focus: Balancing Half Moon

You know those days when you are getting ready to plan your next class and you need a little inspiration? Class sequencing takes time and energy. It is so important

Ready To Teach – 60 Minute Vinyasa Class – Focus: Twisting

Yoga sequencing can be the most time-intensive and challenging part of our job as yoga teachers. We are responsible for ensuring that a vinyasa class is anatomically sound and safe.

Breathe Into Your Hips

The more you practice linking breath and conscious, specific relaxation points in the body, the more you increase your overall body awareness. Give it time…. all is coming!

Oh No! Not Another Yoga Teacher!

I have joined this guild yoga teachers teacher of those who wish to help others find an inner self-awareness that guides them to an indi-vidual whole body wellness.

The Power of Theming in a Yoga Class

I have to say that I completely agree with Sara Avant Stover of Yoga Journal when she stated, “Using themes can turn your yoga classes from mundane to memorable.” And