Tag Archives: Yoga Teacher Training
Posted on November 19th, 2014 by in Yoga

I Don’t Wanna Do Yoga: Finding Your Way Around Resistance

When I was in my early 20s, a therapist told me I was very resistant—fighting suggestions, arguing insights, ignoring assignments. She was right, so I, of course, wanted to yell, “No, I’m not!” I’m not sure my resistance has diminished over the years, but I have gotten (slightly) better at working around it, like a […]

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Posted on May 17th, 2014 by in Yoga

I’d Love to Do a Yoga Teacher Training, But …

A Kripalu Yoga Teacher Dispels the Myths Are you a dedicated yoga practitioner who’s thinking about enrolling in a teacher training program—but you’re questioning if it’s the right choice for you? Maybe you can’t do a headstand, or not sure if you’re teacher material? Perhaps you’re wondering if anyone older than age 35 is teaching […]

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Posted on April 9th, 2014 by in Studies, News, and Trends, Yoga

Yoga for Your Health

Many of us have experienced the immediate results of practicing yoga: less stress and a sense of calm. But what you might not know is that regular practice could yield long-term heath benefits. Research from the National Institute of Health (NIH) suggests that practicing yoga, along with regular exercise, can help relieve back pain, high […]

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Posted on November 13th, 2013 by in Yoga

Practice as the Portal to Growth

Through the sincere, disciplined practice of yoga, we can each have a direct experience of ourselves and the world. Practice—whether it’s asana, mantra, meditation, or pranayama—can be the portal to this firsthand knowledge, giving us a deeper understanding of the ways in which we navigate through our daily lives. Rather than asking us to sign […]

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Posted on March 21st, 2013 by in Yoga

Teaching Stability

“Welcome. As we begin, please close your eyes and consider this: From where do you draw stability in your life? Is it your faith or religion? Possessions? Relationships? Career? Experiences? Traditions? Where do you find stability when you’re on the mat? Is it possible that the stability that you find on the mat is connected […]

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Posted on March 9th, 2013 by in Yoga

Five Myths (Some) Men Believe About Yoga

By Tresca Weinstein The first time Sam Chase went to a yoga class, he hated it. Growing up as a bookworm who suffered from asthma, he thought of his body as little more than a vehicle for his brain. In his twenties, he decided he finally wanted to get fit—and his first goal was to […]

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Posted on March 6th, 2013 by in Yoga

Warrior One

Rebekah L Fraser, guest blogger “Your psoas might be singing,” says Devarshi Steven Hartman, the Kripalu Yoga teacher trainer extraordinaire. He stands on a platform in the middle of the room, leading a posture clinic. We, his students, have put our yoga mats around the platform, like rays of the sun, facing him. We stand […]

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Posted on February 20th, 2013 by in Yoga

Falling in Love with My Ankles

Rebekah L Fraser, guest blogger I have fallen in love with my ankles. This is weird, because I’ve never really noticed them before, except for that time I rolled my left foot so far over that I broke the fifth metatarsal and pulled all the ligaments in my ankle, like tree roots from the ground. […]

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