I feel a little embarrassed that when I first started teaching yoga, I had trouble with pacing. I would run out of time and cut the savasana to 2 minutes. Then overcompensate the next class and run out of poses and give a 15-minute relaxation! It took me a couple of years to get really […]
How can a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Certification help you as a Kids’ Yoga Teacher? If you want to level up in your kids’ yoga teacher career, you might have considered registering with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher (RCYT). Yoga Alliance Requirements for Kids Yoga Teachers To register with Yoga Alliance as a […]
It’s finally summer! A perfect time for a Kids Yoga Summer Camp. I remember the first time I offered a full day/full week kids yoga camp, it was not what I expected. The biggest learning curve was not the yoga part. I had taught a lot of kids yoga, it wasn’t hard to think of […]
Yoga Alliance announced the updates for the online training provision. Let’s review the YA announcement and then I’ll share what I learned from the online training we offered in 2021.
If you’ve read my bio, you saw that I once lived in an Ashram for six years. The Guru Ram Das Ashram in Toronto to be exact. It had 16-18 seekers living in one very large house/yoga centre, with more seekers visiting for classes and events every day. The Ashram was an environment where social […]
When I introduce the Frog Yoga Alphabet resources to participants Yoga Literacy Certificate of the kids yoga teacher training, I emphasize that the alphabet letters make words, words make sentences and sentences make stories. It’s good thing to remember because it reveals the importance of letter learning but also reminds us that the yoga alphabet can […]