As a teacher who is trying to grow your classes, having low show/no show classes starts to get to you, but there is a better way to deal with this when it happens. Read more about what you can do to cope with low show/no show yoga classes.
Many students say practicing yoga to music enhances their experience. Read more to find out what techniques to use to create a gentle yoga playlist that will leave your students feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
Have you ever been stumped about the type of music to use for your yoga classes? Rachel Goldman, who is known by her students to have killer music playlists in her classes, lays out 5 tips to create better vinyasa yoga music playlists. Links to sample playlists included!
As a yoga teacher, having a personal yoga practice is essential for your teaching. If you aren't taking time to practice on your own mat to your own cues, teaching becomes cumbersome. Read this post to find out ways to make your personal practice easier!
If you want to take your teaching to the next level by partnering with a mentor, but you aren't sure what steps to take - THIS POST IS FOR YOU! Read more about the 5 steps to take to find a yoga mentor that is perfect for you.
I've you've hit a wall in your teaching, or have felt stuck on how to improve your classes or knowledge, you aren't alone! One way to get over that hurdle is to get a yoga mentor. Read on to find out how getting a mentor can improve your practice, teaching, and classes.
After teaching to groups of your friends, you may be ready to get paid for your newfound teaching skills. The best way to do that is by getting on a yoga sub list. Hear from experienced teachers about ways to earn your spot on studio lists.
As a newly certified yoga instructor, teaching your first class can be nerve-racking. But following a few simple steps can make it easier. Read on to discover 4 tips for teaching your first yoga class.