Posts Tagged "yoga teacher training"

The Art of Sequencing Mentorship Program

Posted by on Aug 9, 2017 in Yoga Events | 0 comments

The Art of Sequencing Mentorship Program

For Yoga Teachers Only Tired of teaching the same poses over and over? Looking to create sequences with a purpose? Ready to elevate your students? You may be my perfect student! Imagine… …Taking the effort out of teaching by drawing inspiration and guidance from 20 training videos, each offering a variety of sequences for you to explore. … Receiving expert guidance from a world class experienced instructor in the comfort of your home. … Setting your own schedule.   Join Lillah for a 10 month on-line Art of Sequencing course. Study the in’s and out’s of sequence development. Gain a...

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A Simple Yoga Pose to Reduce Knee Pain

Posted by on Mar 24, 2016 in Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

A  Simple Yoga Pose to Reduce Knee Pain

Guest Post by Catherine Carrigan Catherine is dedicated to helping people on their healing journey. She has many tools in her tool box and now she has another certificate from my Transformation Yoga Teacher Training. I am so grateful she shares all the information she gains with others! The only note I will add to the following article is that the strapping of the shins is intended first to open, i.e. stretch the outside of the knee joint to release the compression and the resulting strain that travels to the inner knee. Take some time to simply press your knees down and extend from your...

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Are You My Ideal Advanced Teacher Training Student?

Posted by on Mar 10, 2016 in Teaching Tips | 0 comments

Are You My Ideal Advanced Teacher Training Student?

“The teacher is the one who gets the most out of the lessons, and the true teacher is the learner.” ~Edward Hubbard, American Writer To become a really good teacher takes time in study and practice with equal amounts of self-questioning and self-affirmation. As we move toward the new yoga teacher training year beginning April 22nd, I am curious to meet those of you who hear the call to become really excellent yoga teachers. If you’re wondering if this training is for you, please ask yourself these questions. • If you are willing to think outside your own box and realize...

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Balancing What Sequence?

Posted by on Feb 18, 2016 in Teaching Tips, Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

Balancing What Sequence?

It is unclear to me where the practice of performing a long series of standing poses on one leg preceding the other originated. However, from my experience with yoga– taught in the lineage of Krishnamacharya’s Ashtanga revival– I have not experienced that type of asymmetrical pose sequencing. From a body-wisdom point of view, as well as my Iyengar perspective, I would like to suggest that long sequences of standing poses all on one leg then the other (rather than symmetrically addressing both sides of the body for each asana) to be impractical for several reasons. If the goal of...

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Become a Great Yoga Teacher

Posted by on Feb 5, 2016 in Teaching Tips, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Become a Great Yoga Teacher

Becoming a good Yoga Teacher begins with our personal practice. While on our yoga mats, we want to build internal awareness and learn to clear the channels, also known as Nadis. Using alignment and subtle action, we can create an experience of inner space and stability. Many teachers and students move through their yoga practice as if the outer expression of the pose were more important than the inner expression of the pose. This misplaced focus often results in a lack of stability and a loss of connection with the subtle energies. Through my experience and training in the Iyengar Method, I...

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