Yoga Teaching Tips


Explore yoga teaching methods, strategies, and cues, from finding your voice as a yoga teacher to helping your students get the most out of each asana. Improve your instruction and class planning by learning how to tailor classes to different age and fitness levels. Find out how to build confidence, trust, and a lasting connection with your students. Awaken the great teacher in you.

Recent Posts for Teaching Tips

September 26, 2017

Back to Basics: How to Ease Into Chaturanga Dandasana

Chaturanga Dandasana is an advanced pose that strengthens and tones your upper body, core, and legs. Learn how you can ease into this pose with these tips!
September 21, 2017

Say Goodbye to Sciatic Nerve Pain With These Yoga Poses

Soothe and relieve sciatic nerve pain without medication by practicing these 8 simple yoga poses tailored to sciatica relief.
September 19, 2017

How to Guide Your Students Through a Restful Savasana Practice

Savasana is one pose that you can teach mediocrely or you can teach it well—guide your students through a restful Savasana practice with these tips.
September 14, 2017

8 Tips for Teaching Prenatal Yoga for Every Trimester

Pregnancy is a pivotal time in a woman's life, so by teaching prenatal yoga you can help women find comfort and happy during every trimester.
August 25, 2017

Gain a Deeper Understanding of Muscle Contractions in Yoga

While flowing through poses you work your muscles in a variety of ways. While exercising the muscles, force is exerted on the muscle fibers. This happens when […]
August 25, 2017

How to Overcome the Fear of Teaching Yoga

I can still remember the awful fear that loomed over me when I began teaching my first yoga class. While I was nervous enough simply practice-teaching to […]
June 21, 2017

Yoga for a Broken Heart: 4 Poses that Will Help You Cope

At some point in our lives, all of us will experience the pain of a broken heart. A pain that is so fierce and all encompassing […]
May 25, 2017

Enlighten the Body With This Simple Hatha Yoga Sequence

This Hatha yoga sequence starts off with Sun Salutations, then moves through steady holds in poses, and finishes off with pranayama to calm the mind.