Phew, the art of balance can be tough to master. But we know and teach our students that your balance can and will be different everyday. This also goes for balancing life and its many callings. So whether you're struggling to stay balanced into half moon or struggling to stay balanced in juggling the demands of working full time, juggling a family, and being a yoga teacher, this one is for you.
If you're finding that things are always "go, go, go" and you're never able to catch a breath, this post is for you! Now that the carefree summer days are over and we step into the fall season and back into the hustle and bustle of things, we're seeing that finding any "me time" might start to feel challenging. So we've put together our top 5 tips to find "me time" into your day!
Ah fall. The summer is beginning to cool off, the kids get ready to go back to school and everyone starts to settle into their new routines for the last few months of the year. It always feels like a fresh start whenever the leaves begin to change and the air gets cooler. We've come to realize that fall is kind of like "Nature's New Year" as it begins to shift in another way, making room for what's to come in the winter. Since we're starting new habits this year, wanted to share some of our fave ways to ring in Nature's New year!
Yoga Teacher Training, YTT is nothing short of a transformative experience. You go into it thinking one thing and come out feeling different. We like to challenge our budding yoga teacher cohorts to journal their feelings as soon as they sign up and continue to check in and journal every week to see how they've transformed! Read more to find out just how transformative this training is!
So you considered yourself a pretty seasoned yogi/yogini and you get this inkling that you want more from your practice but can't figure out what. You've tried all the different yoga styles out there, but something is calling to you, something deeper...and you just can't put your finger on it.
Maybe that means you're ready to do a YTT...or does it? Read on for 10 ways to know if you're ready to take a YTT!
Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutation (as they're more commonly known by) is practiced by many yoga practitioners around the world. Sun Salutation is a great daily practice that can be done in just a few rounds or if you want to experience the full benefits, a full 108 rounds will do the trick! (And yes, that's right you read 108 rounds!)
So you've just proudly graduated from your 200hr YTT and you're so full of happiness that you want to share that joy of yoga with the world so you eagerly volunteer to lead a weekly free Karma yoga class with your community...but then reality sets in and you find yourself beginning to question whether or not your eagerness was a good idea; if you've been here before, don't worry we're here to support you! And if you're curious to know what it's like to be the new yoga teacher on the block, read on to find out one of our recent YTT grad's experience!