The 7 Chakras of Teaching: Practical Tips for Vinyasa Yoga Teachers

This one is near and dear to my heart, a love letter to yoga teachers with a few things I've learned in my nascent teaching career. Visit My Yoga on Gaia to read the complete article covering root to crown guidances for Yoga teachers. 

Every student deserves to feel like they are being led, cared for and protected during what can sometimes be a vulnerable space of self-exploration. If we experiment with new variations, transitions and sequences during class, we are projecting the potential risk of the unknown onto our students. This is a violation of trust and can drain both energy and confidence. Instead, treat your home practice as a laboratory and work out the mechanics of anything new inside your own body before inviting others to do so.