How to Re-start your Yoga Teaching in a Post-Pandemic World

How to Re-start your Yoga Teaching in a Post-Pandemic World

As yoga studios reopen their doors, in-person classes start up again and the UK moves on from lockdowns, yoga teachers here in the UK are re-thinking how to deliver their yoga teaching.

There’s no doubt that the way we deliver yoga has changed. So how do we restructure our yoga teaching businesses (again) in a post-pandemic world? (more…)

Poppy Pickles

Interview: Sidonie Gaucher on how Yoga has Helped her to Come to Terms with her Deafness

Interview: Sidonie Gaucher on how Yoga has Helped her to Come to Terms with her Deafness

Experienced journalist Sidonie Gaucher was one of the very first YogaLondon 200-hour graduates, who has decided to celebrate her ten-year graduation anniversary by taking the 500-hour course. Her love of yoga nidra and the philosophy of yoga has helped guide her through extreme hardship, with severe eye problems, and then sudden deafness, and has allowed her to reconnect with the essence of who she is. (more…)

Poppy Pickles

Why there is a Growing Need for Yoga Teachers Post-Covid

Why there is a Growing Need for Yoga Teachers Post-Covid

As we head into this brave new not-quite-post-pandemic world it’s fair to ask about the need for yoga teachers. Now that we’ve adapted to doing yoga online, should we just be posting Youtube videos and letting people get on with it?

There can be no denying that over the past eighteen months the yoga industry has adapted to the demands of a global pandemic, moving classes and workshops online. This has meant that people could access yoga classes and teachers and feel that they were still supported. But has it come at a cost?

As we adjust to life after Covid, will the aftershocks mean that we are in more need than ever of well-trained yoga teachers, to help people to holistic health? (more…)

Poppy Pickles

New Yoga Workshops and Classes in London this Autumn

New Yoga Workshops and Classes in London this Autumn

As the weather turns wet and windy and we give in to turning the heating on, it’s time to give ourselves a seasonal boost with some exciting new in-person classes and workshops in the capital, with a focus on looking after ourselves. Because now we’re allowed to go out and do yoga, why wouldn’t we? (more…)

Poppy Pickles

Interview: Molly Elsdon on Why Doing the 200-Hour YTT was the BEST Experience of Her Life

Interview: Molly Elsdon on Why Doing the 200-Hour YTT was the BEST Experience of Her Life

Molly Elsdon is a recent YogaLondon 200-hour teacher training graduate who’s currently living and teaching out in Mexico. She tells us how doing the 1-month intensive changed her life and why her least favourite yoga pose is a handstand because she can’t (yet) do one, but with her track-record of getting things done, we doubt it’ll be long before she conquers handstands too. (more…)

Poppy Pickles
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