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Recorded Yoga Webinars
Our live Yoga Webinars are always recorded so you can enjoy them even if you were not able to join us during the live session. Webinars are a fantastic opportunity to begin or continue your journey in Yoga Education. Purchase one of our previous Yoga Webinars for online, unlimited access!
Balancing Sthira and Sukha in Asana Practice | October 10, 2017
Balancing Sthira and Sukha in Asana Practice
Join Nancy Frohlick, ERYT, and learn the importance of balancing Sthira (strength or stability) with Sukha (ease or flexibility) in asana practice. Learn both stabilizing techniques to help you avoid injury during yoga practice along with skills to have an easeful, breath centred yoga practice.
Webinar Cost: $20 USD
Benefits of Prenatal Yoga | September 19, 2017
Benefits of Prenatal Yoga
Join Andrea Nacey, ERYT, Asana, meditation, pranayama have the potential to benefit any pregnant women throughout pregnancy, birth, and postpartum regardless of their previous yoga experience. Let me guide you through yogic exercises for each trimester and beyond that will promote vitality for mind, body, and soul.
Webinar Cost: $20 USD
The Bhagavad Gita Chapter 1 & 2 | June 6, 2017
The Bhagavad Gita Chapter 1 & 2
Join Juan Villegas, ERYT, for a conversation on the meaning behind Chapter 1 and 2 of the Bhagavad Gita. Further your understanding of these chapters or as an introduction for those who are curious about the subject.
Creatively Incorporating Pranayama into Public Yoga Class | April 25, 2017
Creatively Incorporating Pranayama into Public Yoga Classes
Join Ally Potrebka, RYT, Many students come to yoga with no understanding of their breath and the idea of exploring it can be intimidating. In this webinar learn how to creatively add pranayama into your class to build a foundation for breath awareness and control.
Exploration in Alignment | March 14, 2017
Exploration in Alignment
Do you find yourself questioning how to achieve “perfect” alignment or how to practice a pose the “right” way? Join Emily Kane, ERYT, in this webinar we explore different alignment perspectives from various traditions along with current theories and research.
The Use of Voice | Tone, Cadence and Resonance in Teaching | January 12, 2017
The Use of Voice | Tone, Cadence & Resonance in Teaching
Join Angela Inglis, ERYT, to learn about Tone, Cadence and Resonance. We are sometimes unaware of how our voice sounds to and affects others. Discover your most authentic voice in teaching yoga.
There is Buddhism in my Yoga | November 15, 2016
There is Buddhism in My Yoga
Join Mark Atherton, ERYT, for a discussion of how Buddhist meditation and philosophical practices can be integrated into classes and personal practice. Themes explored will be Metta Bhavana, the Anapanasati Sutta, and the Four Noble Truths.
Yoga for your Ayurveda Type - October 25, 2016
The Meridian Systems - September 20, 2016
Teaching Private Classes - August 4, 2016
Teaching Private Classes
Join Ally Potrebka, RYT, discusses teaching private yoga classes and incorporating this great idea to not only diversify your teaching and income but also learn new skills. In this webinar we will talk about how to meet private students, what to charge, how teaching privately differs from group classes, safety and logistics.
Webinar Cost: $20 USD
Finding Footing - June 14, 2016
Ayurveda: Discovering Your Ayurvedic Constitution or Dosha - May 19, 2016
Ayurveda: Discovering Your Ayurvedic Constitution or Dosha
Join Angela Inglis, E-RYT, for this Yoga Webinar. According to Ayurveda, each of us has unique diet and lifestyle requirements based our mind-body type. Knowing your Ayurvedic Constitution is the essential first step in discovering the most effective route to a healthier mind and body for you. Let’s discover yours!
Incorporating the Yamas & Niyamas Into Your Teaching - April 14, 2016
Incorporating the Yamas & Niyamas Into Your Teaching
Join Alison Boons, E-RYT, for this webinar where she will teach you how to incorporate the learnings of the Yamas & Niyamas, the first 2 limbs of the 8 limbs of yoga, within your sequencing and classes in order to give your students a deeper experience in philosophy in a non-intimidating way.