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yoga blogWe invite you to stay connected with Our Yoga Blog.  Every week  we post Yoga blog articles by Teachers, Students, Lifestyle Practitioners and more. The blogs are meant to give different perspectives on Yoga, Yoga Teacher Training, Lifestyles and more.  It is a wonderful resource for our Global Community. 

Our Yoga Blog provides commentary on everything Yoga and then some!  Some articles are personal diaries; others are more educational and then some are just FUN.  We feel you need a little bit of everything in our “Yoga Blog Soup”. 

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Scapular Stabilization For Your Yoga Practice | Yoga Teacher Training

by Emily Kane, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Looking at why it’s Important to Stabilize our Shoulder and How! The scapula is a triangle shaped bone on the back of the shoulder that connects the humerus (upper arm bone) to the clavicle (collar bone) and plays a...

Detachment, A Dog’s View | Yoga Teacher Training

by Juan Villegas, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Detachment Lessons & Mindful Living From my Dog Detachment seems to come easily for my 20 pound yorkie Diego. I woke up early this morning, put his leash on and went outside into the -15 weather to the dog park. As i...

Why Travel is Yoga | Yoga Teacher Training

by Alison Boons, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer How Travel is Yoga – The Niyama’s in Practice Travel is the ultimate yoga practice! As we venture away from home, whether we have time to maintain our physical practice or not, travelling can take us deeper...

Getting Hired as a Yoga Teacher | Yoga Teacher Training

by Siobhan Keely, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer How to Get Hired at a Yoga Studio You Love Getting hired as a yoga teacher requires patience. If you live in a big city, chances are the market is saturated. If you live in a small community, the opportunities are fewer....

Yoga or Pilates | Yoga Teacher Training

by Reet Ravanelli, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Yoga or Pilates – Which One is Better for You? “Should I do Yoga or Pilates?” – is the question which I hear often. Which one would be more beneficial to practice? I teach both – Yoga and Pilates...

Resting in Downward Dog | Yoga Teacher Training

by Corie Kielbiski, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Resting in Downward Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana) – A Journey and Discovery Have you ever heard a yoga teacher tell you that Downward Dog is a resting pose? You are not alone if you have heard this proclamation and...

Kula: Why I Love Being Part of One | Yoga Teacher Training

by Camellia Rumball, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Kula = Community, Growth & Expansion Kula in Sanskrit means community. The concept of Kula comes from another Sanskrit term Kula Siddhi or the idea that all of the many forms of creation in the Universe are in...

Ayurveda | Yoga Teacher Training

by Reet Ravanelli, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Ayurveda – The Knowledge of Life Ayurveda translates from Sanskrit as “Ayu” – life and “Veda” – knowledge, the knowledge of Life. Ayurveda originated over 5000 years ago and is native to the indian...

10 Tips on Creating a Yoga Themed Workshop | Yoga Teacher Training

by Alison Boons, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer How to Create a Successful Yoga Themed Workshop If you are a new yoga teacher, you might be interested on how to create a Yoga Themed Workshop. It is likely that you left your yoga teacher training program bound full of...

Finding Time to Practice Yoga | Yoga Teacher Training

by Nancy Frohlick, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer Finding Time to Practice Yoga with Your Busy Lifestyle I know how challenging it is to fit in just one weekly class with my yoga teacher. There are always a million other things I could or should be doing. I start to...

The Mind Body Connection of the Psoas Muscle | Yoga Teacher Training

by Siobhan Keely, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer How Releasing the Psoas Muscle Helps you Release Emotions The psoas muscle is the biggest and strongest muscle of the hip flexors and is the only muscle connecting the upper and lower parts of the body. It attaches to...

The Travelling Yogi | Yoga Teacher Training

by Emily Kane, E-RYT Co-Lead Teacher Trainer A Guide To Maintain Your Yoga Practice as a Travelling Yogi A sense of wanderlust is pretty common amongst the yoga community. The travelling yogi has developed an appreciation for the world around them, making exploration...
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