7 comments on “The Art of Teaching Yoga”

The Art of Teaching Yoga

  Yoga is not to be performed; yoga is to be lived.” - Aadil Palkhivala Teaching yoga isn’t for everyone. While completing 200 hours of yoga training and receiving a teacher certification is quite the feat, knowledge and training alone…

6 comments on “What Makes a Great Yoga Teacher?”

What Makes a Great Yoga Teacher?

The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery." --Mark Van Doren In the last 24 years, I’ve taken literally thousands of group classes and taught several thousand private sessions. I've spent so much time as a teacher and…

0 comments on “5 Reasons Why You Don’t Need a Yoga Teacher”

5 Reasons Why You Don’t Need a Yoga Teacher

Samadhi. Nobody can get you there except you. Okay, there may be one exception: Shakti Phat. This is when an ascended master yogi gathers all her—but typically his—spiritual energy to awaken yours. And does. Simply by touching you on the…

3 comments on “Gentle Flow Yoga with Kathryn Budig”

Gentle Flow Yoga with Kathryn Budig

If you're under the weather today or just needing a little more relaxed yoga session, this gentle flow yoga practice on Yoga Journal's Youtube channel should do the trick. Gets the body moving a little bit, without too many sustained inversions. Video…

11 comments on “Expand Your Yoga Practice with iPhone Yoga Apps”

Expand Your Yoga Practice with iPhone Yoga Apps

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve accumulated a fair number of yoga apps on my iPod Touch. Though I haven’t played around with them enough to decide which ones I like best, here’s the current list of yoga apps on…