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Another Tuesday Yoga Class – Or Was It?

By Kathryn Boland There I was, in my typical Tuesday night yoga class. We were warmed up and moving into some vigorous Warrior flows. Having been on my feet all day long, my quads whimpered for mercy as I bent deeper into Utthita Parsvakonasana (Extended Side Angle Pose). Ok, true, maybe my alignment got a [...]

First Rule of the Yoga Fight Club

Combining two very different practices may mean that you attract a wide group of students, who would not have participated in the "original" format- or it may mean that you have a group of people disappointed when their expectations are not met. Students may have a poor understanding of one or both practices and feel dissatisfied, leading to lower retention rates. If you choose to offer fusion style

Student Etiquette for Yoga Classes

If you are a student, who is planning on attending a local Yoga class, please read on. If you are a Yoga teacher, without safety...

How to Make Yoga Classes Safer

At the beginning of class, fairly bright lighting should be used. Once students have completed their warm up stretching and the instructor is satisfied that each individual is capable of performing the poses correctly, atmospheric lighting can be used. Likewise, all students should have soft mats, which will allow them to complete the session without injuring their backs or necks.

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