By Karen Pryor and Julie Krupp Have you thought about becoming a yoga teacher? Becoming a yoga teacher is very rewarding and is a large commitment of time and money. Yoga teacher training will take you places physically, emotionally, and maybe even geographically that will broaden your overall perspective on life. People may naively approach … Continue reading What You Need to Know about Yoga Teacher Training (YTT)
There is a lot of uncertainty throughout the world right now, and there is no better time to nurture or cultivate your home yoga practice. A home yoga practice will help you maintain or improve your physical strength, flexibility, and endurance. It will also help your mental health as you make or improve important connections … Continue reading The Best Online Yoga for Home Practice
If you own or are thinking of owning a yoga studio, here are ten ways to increase your client experience while also increasing your profits. 1. Have a Greeter - It has been my observation that studios who have a designated greeter retain more new clients and sell more class packages. Having the instructor greeting … Continue reading 10 Yoga Studio Best Practices for Profit and Client Retention
For whatever reason, I was feeling very nostalgic last week. I was missing a friend who passed away. I was missing a mentor who passed away. I was missing a yoga team that I was part of years ago. It was a crush of emotion, sometimes sorrowful for the loss and sometimes grateful for having … Continue reading Feeling Nostalgic?
The theme of my blog is where practical meets mystical, and I think that is especially true for this yoga post. I'm going to share all my little secrets, even the crazy ones. These are the five things that I practice to ensure balance before I start a pose or to improve balance if I … Continue reading 5 Tips to Improve Your Balance in Yoga Class
She lost her career to a spinal injury. She lost herself to motherhood. Then Stephanie's best friend invited her to join a year in yoga, which turned out to be more than she bargained for. An Accidental Awakening is yoga off the mat and into life as she is thrown into qigong in the snow, … Continue reading Book Review – An Accidental Awakening: It’s not about yoga; It’s about family by Stephanie Hrehirchuk
To develop a partnership with one's internal rhythms allows one to make peace with what one has in reserve. Esme Weijun Wang Photo by Engin Akyurt on Pexels.com Reflecting for a moment, when was the last time you felt your own heartbeat, your own internal rhythm? When you control your breath and tune into your … Continue reading Mindfulness Mini – Internal Rhythm
Setting intention is using your life navigation system. The life navigation system works like a regular GPS. Tell the universe where you are headed by setting your intention. I use intention all the time, like when I have to have difficult conversations, when I am driving somewhere new, or when I am promoting my business. … Continue reading Setting Intention, Life Navigation System