Hands-on adjustments can help you discover the alchemy of alignment.
One of the most powerful tools for yoga teachers is kinesthetic empathy
We've all heard (or said) them. Those cues that yoga teachers tend to repeat so often that they've just become routine. But have you considered that many of these instructions are detrimental to the health and safety of students? Kat Heagberg lists 10 common outdated alignment cues and offers helpful suggestions to use instead
Here’s how a simple blanket can make your relaxation even more relaxing!
Is your lower back comfortable when you lie in relaxation? Mia shows you how to use blankets to support and raise your knees so that your lower back can relax and flatten.
Support the Achilles' tendon and heels in reclined restorative postures with this simple technique using a blanket roll.
This short, hands-on practice with a partner will train you as a teacher to see and feel where a student is not breathing and will help your students gain sensitivity to their breath.
Shari demonstrates how, by using our awareness to bring attention to where the breath is and where it isn't, we can make simple adjustments that allow our students to go beyond the physical pose and experience a profound internal shift.
Attention teachers! This approach to trikonasana won’t torque the low back
Prevent injury in parshvakonasana with these great alignment tips.