If you’ve thought about creating your own yoga teacher training curriculum, but just can’t find the time to get started (or to finish!), you are in the right place. And you aren’t the only one! Many (brilliant) studio owners look for ways to improve value at their studio and to provide students the resources they are looking for, but run into the challenge of organizing and creating it all — AND at the same time, run their yoga business.
You don’t have to go it alone. You can create a program – unique to your studio – using the resources here as your base and adding your unique expertise and perspective to round out the training you want to offer to your students.
Modules, too. If you are already training, but wanting to update your materials, you can get just the module you need. Currently, the Posture Lab Workbook is available, others coming soon!
One of my favorite references to use in the Anatomy section of yoga teacher training is Paul Grilley’s DVD, Anatomy for Yoga. The DVD was released in 2004 and is a classic, well-presented series of lectures and demonstrations showing not only the concept...read more
POSTURE LABS! One of the main activities in my trainings are Posture Labs. Each time we meet, we review postures. For trainees to get the most out of the lab, the review needs to be organized and repeatable. By this, I mean that for each posture, we review...read more
Guiding Yoga's Light: Lessons for Yoga Teachers By Nancy Gerstein (Review by Karen Rider) Guiding Yoga’s Light is a wonderful teacher’s resource consisting of 74 lesson plans created around key themes of yoga philosophy and practice, including yamas and...read more
Registering your school through Yoga Alliance (YA) is not required. There are many trainers out there who run fabulous schools without registering through YA. However, to register as an RYT 200 through YA, students do need to complete their training through an RYS...read more