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We invite you to stay connected with our blog.  Every month we post blog articles by Teachers, Students, Lifestyle Practitioners and more. The blogs are meant to give different perspectives on Yoga and Yoga Teacher Training. It’s a great resource for the community.

 

Leading Life From Our Desired Feelings | Yoga Teacher Training

by Camellia Rumball, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Life is so much sweeter when we feel our feelings. I recently attended a weekend workshop that focused on getting clear about how I actually wanted to feel in my life. I spent time exploring, resisting and discovering...

How to Stay Inspired as a Yoga Teacher | Yoga Teacher Training

by Siobhan Keely, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Remaining Inspired in Your Teaching How do you stay inspired as a yoga teacher? Sometimes it feels like you have been teaching the same downward dog, or the same series of poses or the same group of people forever and...

Traditional Yoga in Western Society | Yoga Teacher Training

by Emily Kane, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Is traditional yoga being lost in the West? Recently, I read an article that accused Vancouver of ruining yoga. As harsh as it sounds, could it be true? Could a city so beautiful, diverse and open really be destroying...

Seventh Chakra Sahasrara | Yoga Teacher Training

by Reet Ravanelli, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Seventh Chakra: The Connection to Unity The seventh Chakra in the Chakra system is called Crown Chakra or Sahasrara in Sanskrit. LOCATION: Crown of the head/ Cerebral cortex ELEMENT: no element COLOR: White/violet BASIC...

Listening to Your Body | Yoga Teacher Training

by Alison Boons, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Listening to Your Body – How and Why? Listening to your body, what does that exactly mean and how do we accomplish this? If you have ever been to a yoga class you have heard these words come from the mouth of your...

The Meaning of Brahmacharya | Yoga Teacher Training

by Emily Kane, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Brahmacharya; Understanding the Meaning It’s important to understand the meaning behind Brahmacharya, but I feel like I may be opening up a can-of-worms by touching this subject. There are a few interpretations of...

Why I Love Aum | Yoga Teacher Training

by Janet Ward, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Why I Love Aum & You Should Too! Aum is the collective sound of everything in the Universe. It is the sound from which all sound emerges, and to which all sound returns. It is the Guru of sound; the primal mantra...

Restorative Yoga ~ Mind, Body, Soul | Yoga Teacher Training

by Camellia Rumball, E-RYT, Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Restorative Yoga! Restore your Mind, Body and Soul with Yoga Wanna know a secret to staying balanced, centered and sane in the midst of living a life full of activity, frenzy and sometimes chaos? Restorative yoga....

Is 200 Hour Yoga Training Enough? | Yoga Teacher Training

by Siobhan Keely, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Is 200 Hour Yoga Training Program Enough? Once you have your 200 hour yoga teacher training, the world is your oyster. Well, to a certain extent.  Often, new graduates think that they need to immediately sign up for more...

Yoga Props | Yoga Teacher Training

by Alison Boons, E-RYT, Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Yoga Props ~ How & Why? When teaching a yoga class it is important for the teacher to have a solid understanding of anatomy and biomechanics as well as creativity, awareness, sensitivity, and a spirit of playfulness...

Moments of Power | Yoga Teacher Training

by Emily Kane, E-RYT, Co-Lead Yoga Teacher Trainer Moments of Power I attended a workshop recently which made me realize that any industry can be traced back to client service, even if you don’t interact directly with people. Being a yoga teacher is more than just...
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