Yoga can be a powerful practice for runners. Not only is it great for recovery, it can help runners avoid injury. Here’s how one yoga teacher (and YTP Yoga Business Academy student) developed a Yoga for Runners workshop to get more runners across the finish line.
One of the biggest benefits we help our students access through yoga is being able to quiet the mind and be calmer. This doesn’t always translate into them getting enough sleep. Here’s how you can help them develop better sleep habits through your yoga teaching.
Rachel Sacharuk took some time to explore her heart and her intentions before embarking on her yoga teaching career. By listening to her intuition and always being willing to learn, she found her true path. She shares her journey with Yoga Teacher Prep as a contributor.
Raina Dawn Lutz is a Holistic Nutritionist and Yoga Instructor who offers up tips and a delicious recipe for busy yoga teachers. Whether you’re always on the go or not, here’s how you can fit good nutrition into your routine.
Michelle Banzet didn’t set out to be a yoga teacher but after stumbling into yoga after heartbreak and tragedy, she found her calling. She shares her story as a contributor to Yoga Teacher Prep.
Tip #107 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Steph Wall. Her tip reminds students to reconnect with and get the most out of the stillness. Especially when our need for ‘doing’ can get in the way.
Tip #105 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Roland Jensch. You’ve heard this tip before but it’s so true that you get out what you put in. Do the work to get the most out of your yoga teacher training.
Tip #104 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Ashleigh Sergeant. She reminds future yoga teachers to always be the student and continue to take yoga classes and have a regular practice.
Tip #103 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Danielle Vaden Barr. She encourages students to unlearn everything they think they know about yoga so they can get the most out of their yoga teacher training.