“Know you are enough.”
As I open up to the first page of “Yoga for Life: A Journey to Inner Peace and Freedom” by Colleen Saidman Yee, my attention is … Read More
Allie Angelo started practicing at age 19 after being diagnosed with a chronic pain condition. She originally used yoga as a way to manage her pain and keep her body … Read More
The Grinning Yogi built a bridge for its yoga school graduates to help them thrive as new teachers.
“Our ‘Freshly Minted’ classes are free classes we offer to the community … Read More
According to Mark Beck, the senior vice president of K&K Insurance, one of the greatest risks yoga studios face is assuming best intentions lead to favorable outcomes. While yoga injury … Read More
Just like the flow of class, the flow of your locker room layout is instrumental to the experience at your studio.
“Vinyasa classes are all about flow. Same with a … Read More
Every yoga teacher begins somewhere.
That somewhere just might be your teacher training program. But, from evaluating applicants to ensuring their success after the program, there’s a lot to think … Read More
Props are not a crutch; rather, they are useful and fun learning tools.
“A prop is not something to progress away from, but something to learn to take advantage of … Read More
Being a yoga studio owner means you are a very important part of your community, just as much as your community is an important part of your life. You have … Read More
Sigrid Matthews, a co-owner of Black Dog Yoga, has always been to offer a friendly, non-competitive environment where yogis can build community and learn yoga. Below she discusses the importance … Read More
A rip current is a fast-moving, narrow channel of water that can move either along or away from a shoreline, threatening any swimmer in its path. Most swimmers caught up … Read More
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