Post Updated on February 14th, 2017 Yoga is a journey, an amazing one. There is a point in that journey that the road splits. Some people are happy staying a student, and some find themselves wanting to become a yoga teacher. About a year ago, I had that shift take place and realized that I… Continue reading You decided you want to be a yoga teacher? Now what?
When you do yoga you have three choices for music; music with words, instrumental music, and no music. I believe that all three have their time and place. For example, Ashtanga is traditional done with no music and this is the way I prefer to do this type of yoga. When I am teaching my… Continue reading Instrumental Yoga Music
Yoga is not just for adults, but also for children! I love when I can bring my passion of yoga into my second-grade classroom. My second-graders love it too! I have found lots of little ways to incorporate yoga into our school day. If I don’t do anything yoga related for a few days, I have… Continue reading Yoga for Children
Each month I record some things about my journey. I do these posts for a couple of reasons; I want to keep a record of how I am progressing with my yoga, it will hold me accountable, and it gives you a very good look at what I am doing and how I am doing… Continue reading November Yoga Report
I am an elementary teacher that just started teaching yoga. My education background really helped me know what to expect when I taught that first yoga class. For those of you who have never taught, here are some things you can expect for the first yoga class you teach. Here’s what you can expect: You… Continue reading Teaching Your First Yoga Class: What to Expect