5 Important Factors when Choosing a Yoga Teacher Training
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?
My Journey of Evolution, Growth, and constant Change.
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 her, and transformed her. Here is her story: Change. This year has been one of many changes. Hip replacement to start with as the first. Moving to a new home, […]
My ACCESS Journey: Week 8
The ACCESS program gave me all tools to begin approaching life more intentionally and without unnecessary “stuff” like misperceived beliefs about ourselves. I watched my group break down these barriers in themselves together.
My ACCESS Journey: Week 5
Session 5 provided it’s peak challenges thus far in the program, with rewarding feelings of doing the work and seeing the transformation happen. This training has done so much more than teach me how to lead a yoga class. It’s provided work for me to do, not just on the outside, but within as well.
My ACCESS Journey: Week 3
I acknowledge that I have to do the work, no one else is going to get through these 250-hours for me. Completing this program is something I really want. The drive I have to see this program through to the end has motivated me to find access to tools that will help me with time managing my work/ study/ life balance.
My journey through the ACCESS 250-Hour Training Program: Introduction
Follow ACCESS Trainee, J, through her training and hear first hand her experiences
3 Reasons to NOT do Teacher Training
By: Stephanie Ellis What!? Yes, you read that right. I’m sure every teacher you see at the studio has been talking to you about why you should do teacher training, so I’m here to call out the top three reasons why you wouldn’t want to do teacher training. Get ready for the truth! Reason #1: I don’t […]
From yoga training to teaching: An accidental journey
When you’re a first-time yogi and the teacher cues a bind in wide-legged, side-facing forward fold, do not make dubious eye contact with your friend on the way down. That is, unless you want to catch the giggles (and the wobbles). You want me to do what with my body? That was 10 years ago. […]