Posts tagged teaching yoga
I love to share fascinating anatomy lessons with you

Perhaps you’re thinking of embarking on a yoga teacher training (YTT) course or you have questions about the Continuous Professional Development if you are a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT). Read on to find out about my recent Anatomy & Physiology Applied to Yoga CPD course with Dr Yogi at Central Wellness in Lincoln

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5 of my teaching bloopers that will make you laugh

I have been to some very serious yoga classes. And I’ve loved them. The mat really is a place where you can delve into yourself to ‘sort out’ your thoughts and feelings and the mind chatter.

I’ve also been in classes that have taken a break from the seriousness and erupted into giggles.

That kinda happens in my classes occasionally, and that’s totally fine with me.

Thank you to all of my lovelies who responded to my social media post and gifted me with a personal memory of a time they’ve had fun yoga with me. Here’s a selection of the best. (So far.)

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Why I teach the way I teach

My style of teaching reflects my core values of empathy, knowledge, positivity, gratitude and love. I want to be able to share with complete authenticity. I believe people attend my sessions because I use my own voice, personality, humour and passion for anatomy and physiology. It is a humbling feeling that people chose to spend their time, energy and money to come along to my classes each week. I am so grateful of the path I find myself on because I know I’ve put my whole heart into learning along the way. I feel blessed.

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