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Why I Teach the Way I Do: Verbal Instruction, Mirrors, Demonstration, Spirituality

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Why I Teach the Way I Do: Verbal Instruction, Mirrors, Demonstration, Spirituality

There are a multitude of voices and styles in the yoga community. Students who become accustomed to one style of teaching may find themselves caught off guard when they find a teacher who is drastically different than what they expect. Students who haven’t tried many teachers may even discover that things they associate with yoga…

Why I Teach the Way I Do: From Injury to Industry

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Why I Teach the Way I Do: From Injury to Industry

The yoga “industry” is getting more and more athletic. A practice associated with gentle breathing in the seventies is now associated with acrobatics and contortion. Advertisements for workshops and pictures for yoga articles feature advanced poses, whether they have anything to do with the rest of the page. When people hear the word yoga now,…

Our “Anti-Guru-Industrial-Complex” Schedule

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Our “Anti-Guru-Industrial-Complex” Schedule

Over the last few years I’ve been open, actually over the decade plus I’ve been practicing,¬†an industry has risen. Not all of it represents the same thing as what yoga means to me. We are Type A Yoga because when I started practicing, Type A personalities were the least likely to try yoga, and the…

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