Boundaries: Tips for Maintaining Your Practice as a Teacher

Boundaries: Tips for Maintaining Your Practice as a Teacher

  This week I had a great chat with a teacher in training, and she remarked that her yoga practice had changed in that now her mind is busy noticing cues, transitions, sequences, and other teaching skills when participating in a class, rather than just focussing on her own practice. I could really ..read more

15 Years of Yoga Teacher Training

Yesterday I marked the 15-year anniversary of my first yoga teacher training course, and did the best thing to acknowledge the date, celebrated the completion of my 45th yoga teacher training class. What I feel the most in this moment is gratitude; gratitude that I am still able to do this job after a lot of changes in my life, health, and body. Gratitude that I have thes..read more

You Don’t Have to Be Good At Yoga

You don't have to be good at yoga. You can just enjoy it. Like, you might enjoy taking walks. You don't have to be the most skilled walker, you don't have to be the fastest, or walk the longest, or have the fanciest walking gear. You can just walk cause it feels good. Same with yoga...read more