Designed to share yoga teaching related topics in the areas of technique as well as personal and professional development. Think of it like having a cup a tea and a chat with a colleague yoga teacher!
Working with Private Yoga Students (EP.135)
Have you started seeing students privately for yoga since the pandemic ended? Listen in as I share a number of scenarios of students you might see in one on one sessions and suggesting for what you can offer.
In this episode, I start out by sharing the offer for my Practice Portal. You can find out about that here:
How Muscles Work (EP.134)
Ever wonder about all those terms that refer to muscles as well as how you can use this information when you teach? I’ve got you covered here with today’s episode!
I refer also to my workshop on Wednesday at 6 pm EST on the topic of Effective Cues. To sign up click here:
Cues Breakdown (EP.133)
Find out more about the WHY behind 5 cues you’ve most likely heard or might even be using! Once you find out the WHY behind the cue, it allows you to teach with confidence because you know the full story!
In this episode, I invite you to my free workshop on cues happening on 6/9/21 at 6 pm ET. To sign up, visit:
Inquiry Questions for Teachers (EP.132)
Is your teaching being driven by how YOU want to show up for others or by outside influences or assumptions you’re making about how you’re SUPPOSED to show up? Listen to today’s episode for a discussion about how you can tap into what makes you truly unique as a teacher and how you can use these questions to uncover your true genius as a teacher.
As I mention in the episode, DM me on Instagram for the full list.
Teaching Tips and Anatomy Lesson (EP.131)
Did you ever feel exhausted when you’re done teaching? Or start to hate the sound of your own voice saying the same thing over and over? We’ve all been there in one way or another and today’s episode will give you some actionable things you can do to positively shift your teaching! After that discussion on teaching skills, I move into topic 2, which is a discussion about prime movers, muscles that are responsible for creating joint action. I review several poses and talk about what muscle is the prime mover and how you could refer to it in an anatomy cue.
Listen closely at the top for some neat announcements, especially my Anatomy Summer School opportunity.
Anatomy lessons and Self Limiting Beliefs (EP.130)
Strange title, isn’t it? However, once you listen it will make sense. In this episode, I review a few poses and their anatomy and how to share it in your cues.
I also review some self-limiting beliefs teachers have shared with me and how to move past them.
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