Have you ever wanted to join a yoga school? There can be many different reasons why someone would register to a yoga institute. Their reasons may be different and personal in nature but a yoga teacher training should always be thought of as an inward journey. Show More Summary
Continuing education for yoga teachers is in high demand since the proliferation of yoga teacher training certification has reached epic proportions. No one expects someone to be seasoned after merely two hundred hours, and technological advancements have enabled newfound access and resources to anyone with an internet connection.
I love yoga games and learning a new one is always a highlight. This past weekend at a YIMS teacher training workshop Maureen, one of the participants, shared Move, Memorize, Meditate. ...
The proliferation of 200-hour yoga teacher trainings may be good for business, but is it keeping the practice safe and true to tradition? The post Is 200 Hours Enough to Teach Yoga? appeared first on Yoga Journal.
Get to know our 2016 award winners. ?Plus, we take you inside a one-of-a-kind ?yoga teacher training in a women’s prison. The post Yogis Changing the World: Meet the 2016 Good Karma Award Winners appeared first on Yoga Journal.
At a high-security prison in Maryland, 16 women are enrolled in one of ?the first-ever 200-hour ?yoga teacher trainings ?behind bars. YJ gained exclusive access ?to join them. The post Good Karma: A High-Security Prison is Offering YTT for Inmates appeared first on Yoga Journal.
With lessons on everything from playlist crafting to Taoist theory, it-studios like Sky Ting and Y7 are influencing a new generation of yogis.
I love salads, quinoa, and kale. I'm in yoga teacher training, I'm a triathlete, and I enjoy sweating every day. But I also love the sweeter things in life: cookies, booze, cheese, French fries—you name it. [article-suggestion:5929] In fact, #treatyoself had become my motto about food more often than was healthy. Show More Summary
Drop-in meditation studios with 100- and 200-hour meditation teacher trainings are popping up around the country. The post Trend to Try: Drop-In Meditation Studios appeared first on Yoga Journal.
By Yoga Journal TRX for Yoga suspension training makes advanced poses more accessible by eliminating any fear of falling, boosting essential core strength and guiding you toward optimal alignment. Yoga teacher Shauna Harrison shows us...Show More Summary
At 19 years old, I fulfilled my lifelong dream of becoming a yoga teacher. I graduated from the one-month intensive yoga teacher training program at the Sivananda Ashram in Neyyar Dam, Kerala, India excited, in a more elevated state than I'd ever known in my short 19 years of life. Show More Summary
Lucy, 18, reveals why she's doing her 200-hour teacher training at Octopus Garden Holistic Yoga Centre in Toronto. The post Video: How 18-Year-Old Lucy Found Yoga (and Now She Wants to Be Your Teacher) appeared first on Yoga Journal...
This is an interview with Rebecca Bedford, whose first yoga teacher training was at The Integral Yoga Institute NYC in 1995. She now teaches prenatal yoga in Toronto for immigrant newcomer women in a program called Parents For Better Beginnings. Show More Summary
RIna Jakubowicz's kids yoga teacher training is coming to YJ LIVE! San Diego to help parents, yoga teachers, and school teachers connect more authentically with kids. Watch Scarlett's story, and find out how to get involved. The post How SuperYogis’ Schoolhouse Helped Me Connect With My Son appeared first on Yoga Journal.
Yoga teacher Shauna Harrison shows us how TRX can benefit both beginners and more experienced yogis. Learn how to incorporate this it into your routine. The post TRX for Yoga: A Guide to Suspension Training for Yogis appeared first on Yoga Journal.
Yoga is something that I have done since college (if you promise not to do math, I'll simply say I've been doing yoga for 20+ years). There was a period of time when I considered going through the teacher training program and becoming...Show More Summary
Breathe For Change, an organization launched last year by teachers for teachers, is on a mission to save our schools, one teacher at a time, by reducing burnout through yoga and mindfulness training. The post Can Yoga Save Our Schools, One Teacher at a Time? appeared first on Yoga Journal.
The recent Jivamukti sexual abuse allegations have reignited a long-running conversation on power dynamics, teacher-student relationships, and cult-like status within the yoga community. Each time news breaks of another guru abusingShow More Summary
YJ's Liana Ruiz shares why yoga teacher training isn't just for experienced yogis, and how anyone can benefit from the process. The post Inside YJ’s YTT: Why Teacher Training Isn’t (Just) For Experienced Yogis appeared first on Yoga Journal.
We’re on the edge of our mats here. It is with ultimate samadhi we can finally unveil to you our greatest contribution to the yoga community yet. Have you been thinking about yoga teacher training? Need to brush up on your asanas and pranayamas? Want to be inspired and unleash your badass rock star self […]