There is a lot to sift through and consider when researching Yoga Teacher Trainings. Google search 200-Hour YTT and you’ll get pages upon pages of results. But how do you choose and how do you know which program is right for you?
Workplace wellness goes by many names, but what do programs like that really look like and why should employers be making these a priority for their business? There are all kinds of options for employers to consider when offering a benefits program for their workers. From memberships to personalized sessions the possibilities can seem limitless.
A Yoga Teacher Training is an investment of both time and money. And there are a lot of training programs to choose from out there, so how do you decide which one is right for you?
Written By: Megan Waterfield Unlike many physical activities, yoga is something that’s often recommended to prevent or help treat certain physical ailments. Restorative breathing patterns
Before we requested our community to practice their Journey Into Power while wearing a mask, we felt it was appropriate to first test it out
By Megan Waterfield Note: This blog post is from 2020, we remain in accordance with the CDC guidelines for COVID-19 and our studio safety procedures
I love feeling seen and like I’m still part of the group during a live Zoom class and I love the chance to pick which Evolution GO class I want to take based on a theme or a particular teacher. Having so many at-home options has really changed the way I show up to teach, because it has given me the space to explore my own body and practice so I can take that learning to my students.
Cathy; an Evolution student, yoga instructor, community member, and Baptiste Certified Instructor shares how the practice, the community, and the methodology have shaped her, supported
My personal experience with the quarantine has been full of ups and downs, and I’m sure most of you can relate. But instead of focusing on the lost jobs, solitude, boredom, and other negative aspects of the quarantine, I’m dedicated to finding the positives.