Practicing Yoga before Receiving Shaktipat - Yoga Teacher Training Blog
Practicing yoga is a process and an evolution of mind, body, and soul. Many ardent spiritual aspirants may wonder about practicing Yoga before...
Cooling Yoga Poses to Calm the Body - Yoga Teacher Training Blog
There are many, many Yoga poses from which to choose when you are sequencing the asanas for your next Yoga class. In fact, Dharma Mittra...
Physical Yoga Practice for Active Seniors - Yoga Teacher Training Blog
Can Yoga improve the lives of active seniors? An active lifestyle is one of the keys to a long life. In our elder years, it is important to keep moving...
Teaching Yogic Practices: Warrior II - Yoga Teacher Training Blog
For example, using props, such as blocks, bolsters and belts, will help to make challenging asanas accessible to even beginning students. This sense of inclusion will also bolster the confidence levels of many of your newer students and give a general sense of cohesion to your class as a whole.
My Yoga Students Hate Mantras - Yoga Teacher Training Blog
Have you ever had students who hate mantras? If you decided to become a yoga instructor, did you think your students would embrace every yogic aspect?
What is the Foundation of Yogic Philosophy? - Yoga Teacher Training Blog
Those who participate in regular Yoga training sessions will improve on a physical, mental, and emotional level. Long time practitioners can experience extraordinary states of awareness, intuition, and spiritual beauty. How can we separate those who know and those who pretend to know?
How to Prevent Yoga Student Injuries - Yoga Teacher Training Blog
Yoga student injuries can happen at home or in a class, but prevention based safety guidelines and compassionate education will reduce...
Yoga Student Precautions - Yoga Teacher Training Blog
Dr Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500, speaks to you in this short lecture about the importance of Yoga student precautions. Two of the most important precautions being a high blood pressure and Prenatal.