In yoga class teachers repeatedly ask you to stand with your feet parallel. They rarely explain to you what that means, or why you should bother. I’m going to take this one step further and ask you to always stand with your feet parallel, whether in yoga class or at the bar. Walking or standing […]
This is the fourth in a series of articles on Tech for Yoga Teachers. If you missed the first three, read them here: Tech for Yoga Teachers: Do You Really Need To Be A Brand? → Tech for Yoga Teachers: Handling Email → Tech For Yoga Teachers: The 5 Biggest Mistakes On Your Website → […]
This video is a follow-up to my recent blog post on hyperextension. If you missed it you can read it here: Why You Shouldn’t Hyperextend In Yoga → As always, if you have questions or comments, leave them in the comments section below.
This is the third in a series of Tech Tips for Yogis. If you missed the first two, read them here: Tech for Yoga Teachers: Do You Really Need To Be A Brand? → Tech for Yoga Teachers: Handling Email → If you’re actively trying to build a community of students, your website is a […]
It’s Thursday on Vancouver Island so I figured it was a good excuse to throwback to last September (2014) when the Yogi Nomads gathered in London for workshops and community. I rarely get to see photos of me being a student, so a big thank you to Emma Marshall for these pictures. In the first […]
As a travelling yoga teacher I like to make an attempt at teaching part of my class in the local language, even if it’s just a few words. It’s always good for a laugh, and people appreciate my attempt at taking part in the local culture. I have been teaching regularly in China for the […]
There’s a lot of advice out there for yoga teachers on building an online brand. Reading even half of it, you’d be forgiven for thinking that every yoga teacher needs to Tweet, blog, Instagram, Facebook, and Tumblr their way through life. If they don’t, their career is in jeopardy, right? Do You Need To Be […]
Yoga teachers and studio owners are many things: uplifting, inspiring, improbably bendy… but the great majority have, at best, an antagonistic relationship with technology. Love it or hate it, the truth is, tech can make or break a yoga teacher’s brand and business. This is the first in a series of posts about technology for […]