Anatomy for Yoga Teacher Training: Energy, Part 2

Just like the physical anatomy portion of your yoga teacher training, the energy anatomy piece can be set up in a straight-forward way so that you can give your trainees the information they need to get started. Keep in mind that the 200-hour training isn’t intended...

Anatomy for Yoga Teacher Training: Part 1

Intuitively, we know that every body is different. This shows up everywhere in yoga practice. As a teacher, it doesn’t take long to realize that each and every posture looks different for each person in your class. Some are able to touch their toes the...

Sequencing: Activities for Yoga Teacher Training

Sequencing for classes. This seems like a logical activity to do at yoga teacher training, right? Trainees come into yoga teacher training having taken many yoga classes, but never having put one together themselves. In one of the chapters of my materials,...

Journaling: Activities for Yoga Teacher Training

A few years into teaching, I had an epiphany. Part of the epiphany was ‘why did this take so long for me to really realize?’ Many of you as teachers probably realized this WAY before I did. Ready for it? My epiphany was that the more authentically I...

Anatomy and Posture Lab for Yoga Teacher Training

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...

Using a Posture Lab Template for Yoga Teacher Training

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...

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