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How to Copyedit Your Own Yoga Blog Content

This post comes to you from a student, Zethyn McKinley, who took Content Blueprint for Yoga Teachers. She posted it in our private Facebook group and I thought it was so great, I asked if I could share it with all of you! Here goes: How to Copyedit Your Own Yoga Blog…

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5 Reasons You Need to Create Online Content

I’m not one for hyperbole. But I would venture to say that now is the most important time for yoga teachers to start creating digital content. This content take the form of blog posts, video blogs on YouTube, podcasts, or online workshops. The type of content matters…

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Four Unconventional Backbend Preparations to Add to Your Practice and Teaching

Why should you read my advice on backbend preparations? Simple: because my backbends are average at best. This means that, A) my backbends are…

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My Favorite Yoga & Meditation Gift Books

When I think back over the past few years of creating content for Yogaland podcast, I feel so fortunate that I’ve been introduced to some truly…

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What Self Care Means to Me — and Why It Matters

Self care is a buzz word these days. And there’s a reason for it – in times of cultural and political strife, people’s interest in self care…

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Yoga Pose Notebook: Astavakrasana

Long before photos of Handstand ruled the social media kingdom, Astavakrasana was king of the hill. Teachers would get one or two photos of…

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Yoga Pose Notebook: Natarajasana (King Dancer Pose)

If you’ve spent time practicing with me, you know that I like to organize postures into categories. Sorry, I’m a Virgo. I’m also from the Midwest…

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Yoga Pose Notebook: Ustrasana (Camel Pose)

I wanted to like Ustrasana, or Camel Pose, for years, but everything kept getting in my way. Everything, meaning, my lower back, my neck, and the…

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6 Vital Things to Look for in a 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training

People often ask if they should do a 200-hour yoga teacher training even if they don’t plan to become a yoga teacher. I always answer with a…

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Why I Meditate

“I don’t meditate.” “I don’t do yoga.” “Meditation and yoga are for New Age, magical thinkers who are out of touch with reality and have too much…

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Yoga Pose Notebook: Eka Pada Urdhva Dhanurasana

{illustration by MCKIBILLO} I think I’m pretty good at teaching yoga. But, I also think I get lazy once in a while and I don’t expose students to…

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Yoga Pose Notebook: Lizard Pose

{illustration by MCKIBILLO}One Thing to Learn About Lizard PoseI’ve been easier, softer and lighter on my hips for the last couple of years. I used…

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Common Errors in Manual Yoga Adjustments – and How to Fix Them

There is nothing better in class than receiving an excellent manual cue (also called “adjustments” or “hands-on assists”). The body falls into place…

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Verbal Cues for Yoga Poses: The Easiest Ways to Immediately Improve Your Communication

As we discussed in Part I of this series, the ability to give clear, compelling verbal cues is one of the most distinguishing characteristics of a…

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