Archive for On the Mat

Independence Day, Inspiration To Go.

Independence Day The “Other” Eight Limb Path by Theme Weaver © You:                 Why do you teach? Write down your

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I like Corepower, and I cannot lie.

The biggest mistake we can make is to rue the days of small beginnings. If you had told me 20

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Headstand is Like a Bad Relationship: Fun Until it’s Not.

You always remember your first, and headstand is no exception. My first time was in my forties; I was out

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My Conscious Uncoupling: Poses I’m Letting Go.

After two decades of daily practice and a lifelong love affair with yoga, I am announcing a conscious uncoupling from

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The Pressure to Teach Hard Poses  

There’s so much pressure on local teachers to fill their rooms, be authentic, and sell studio memberships, that it’s a

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Taylor Swift: Yoga Studios Are a lot Like Apple

The $30 billion yoga industry might stand to take a lesson from Apple and Taylor Swift and pay their teachers

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How To Create a Space for Home Practice

Yoga not easy, said the founder of Ashtanga yoga, Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. What’s more, practicing yoga shouldn’t be harder

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Be careful for what you want. 

Dear Yogi Muse, I have been teaching yoga for six years and I want to know how to get to

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How To Get That Dream Job in Yoga

Dear Yogi Muse: I own a yoga studio that is well established in my community. I am bombarded with new

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When Good Themes Go Bad

  In general, I believe that any attempt to theme a yoga class and bring in some tidbit of inspiration

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