Try these innovative ideas for Olympic Themed Lesson Plans for your kids yoga classes.Read more →
Everyone knows unplanned time away due to medical emergencies or family responsibilities is difficult, but for the self-employed, it shines a light on the harsh realities of running your own business.
In this update you’ll understand some of the things you need to think about as a self-employed person, especially for yoga teachers, and avoid the mistakes I made this summer when I spent much of the month of August in hospitals:Read more →
The swan is one of the most important symbolic creatures in all of yoga. It represents the breath and the connection of the finite to the Infinite. The symbolic swan can take us from our tiny individual self to our expansive higher Self.Read more →
What’s really important for a child to know when in distress? A valuable lesson from my mom from that time when I was 15 and got in a motorcycle accident.Read more →
My large experience in traveling the world and working is that we’re a lot much more alike than different at the heart. And sport is a great common denominator. – Dr. Frank Hayden A Revolution in Play Skills for Kids with Special Needs We become a wiser and kinder society when we try to understand each child in their uniqueness, with unique needs and unique capabilities. Yet there was a time when children with special needs were thought to beRead more →