Yoga teacher Krystal Norris didn’t take the conventional route to become a yoga teacher. But after realizing the benefits the practice brought her, she wanted to bring it to others. Learn how this once new yoga teacher turned her passion for yoga into a thriving yoga business.
It’s time to rethink the idea that in order to be a successful yoga teacher one needs to teach in a studio. While studios are huge in the yoga world, it’s easy to get stuck in the mindset that if you aren’t teaching in a studio then you aren’t a viable yoga teacher - but that’s simply not true. Teacher C.J. Thomas shares six tips to find success outside of a yoga studio - and to get paid while doing it!
Getting the chance to teach for the first time can be harder than you think, but by being available to sub last minute, it could increase your chances of landing your first teaching gig! Read on to find out how to prepare yourself for the opportunity to sub the last minute yoga class.
If you finished your yoga teacher training several months ago, a year ago, or possibly even longer and want to teach but are lost on how to get started, this post is for you! Read on to find out how to reignite your practice and get back on track to start teaching yoga.
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!
For yoga teachers, there is no greater fear than a student getting injured in one of their classes. Unfortunately, it is an inevitable part of the job. Yoga injury expert witness Dr. Matthew Taylor gives five tips on yoga injuries & teacher liability, and how teachers can protect themselves when a student gets injured.
Subbing yoga classes for the first time can be stressful, but by avoiding this one pitfall, you can set yourself up for success. Read on to find out the one thing new teachers should never do when subbing a yoga class.
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.