Asana, Practice

Why Your Brain Is Sabotaging Your Handstands

Think Back To Your First Few Months Doing Yoga, And One Day Your Instructor Said That Particular Class Will Be About Headstands. Did You Feel Scared To Be Upside Down On Your Head? Did You Wonder Why, When It Seemed So Simple And Easy When You Were A Kid? Well, It’s Actually Because You Are […]

Depression treatment
Asana, Health, Philosophy, Practice, Social, Yogis Guide

Yoga Proven to Treat Depression

New research is bringing yoga one step closer to becoming a medically recommended treatment for depression. Findings show that yoga practice can help reduce symptoms of the condition, which is one of the most common mental health disorders in the United States and worldwide, with around 16.1 million American adults alone experiencing at least one

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Teaching Pitfalls
Asana, Graduates, Philosophy, Practice, Social

6 Teaching Cues To Avoid in Your Classes

All teachers have their own strengths, their own vocabulary and their own ways of creating sequences — and so will students. Lots of people will ‘shop around’ with different yoga classes in the same way we would do when purchasing an expensive item — we want to find a teacher who will help us grow,

Mula Bandha
Asana, Health, Practice, Social

How to Keep Your Sequencing Fresh

The art of sequencing your yoga classes is to make them work for both your students and you, the teacher. As yoga teachers we give of ourselves, and often those that are drawn to teaching yoga are those who naturally want to share and help others. However, this can come at a cost to your

Kevin Flee
Amplifying Others Voices, Graduates, On Yoga Teaching

Interview: Kevin Flee AKA @diaryofachubbyyogi on How Yoga Rocks His World

Kevin Flee is the founder of @diaryofachubbyyogi a warts-and-all, often hilarious, Instagram account charting his yoga practice. This YogaLondon graduate is also a yoga philosophy junkie, rock and roll musician and loves to diffuse the tension in a yoga class by talking about bums and bits – it works every time. 1. What brought you

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