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The Benefits of Private Yoga Sessions

October 14, 2016

Yoga first developed more than 5,000 years ago, in India. Historically many students worked, not in large classes, but one-on-one with their teacher, learning both the physical and the philosophical aspects of their discipline.

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Yoga Teaching Tips: Cues to Cultivate Awareness

February 18, 2016

Quite often, people are initially drawn to yoga for its physical benefits. As practice continues, however, many begin to experience more than physical benefits and seek the deeper layers of self-exploration and awareness. As a yoga teacher, you can encourage an internal practice in your students.

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Peace, Love, Yoga

December 13, 2015

Quite often, people are drawn to yoga for its physical benefits. As
practice continues, however, many experience more than physical benefits
and seek the deeper layers of self-exploration and awareness. As a yoga
teacher, you can encourage an internal practice in students by creating
and maintaining a supportive experience in class, by using intentional
teaching techniques and by committing to a strong personal practice.

Creating the Experience

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Sample Class: Double Step Conditioning

September 24, 2014

Double Step Conditioning is a total-body workout that uses two steps set up at different heights for a fresh approach to old moves and an opportunity to infuse new energy into conditioning classes. The workout includes moderate-to-hard cardio bursts to keep people moving and heart rates elevated without pushing into anaerobic zones. Participants will appreciate the seamless flow, sweat and variations.

Double Step Details

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