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

December 29, 2015
off the mat

Take Your Yoga Teaching Off the Mat, Into the World

Off the Mat, Into the World leadership training equips yoga teachers with first-hand knowledge of how to guide their students through self-work.
December 16, 2015
shoulder stand - yoga

Don’t Let Salamba Sarvangasana Send You Running

There’s a Shoulderstand (Salamba Sarvangasana) variation for yogis of all levels. These four variations progress from easiest to most difficult.
December 11, 2015
cobra pose

Are You Making These 7 Mistakes in Cobra Pose?

Cobra pose is often practiced incorrectly; these seven common mistakes will keep you from all of Bhujangasana's beautiful benefits!
November 24, 2015
find your voice - yoga

How to Raise Your Yoga Voice, Authentically

Find out how to develop your own authentic message, mission, and purpose as a teacher.
November 5, 2015
Eka Pada Koundinyasana

How to Teach Eka Pada Koundinyasana II

Combined with intelligent sequencing, this guide will help you fearlessly lead your students into Eka Pada Koundinyasana II.
November 2, 2015
yoga retreats

Lead an Epic Yoga Retreat: Where Travel and Yoga Meet

Here are 10 tips on how to take your practice out of the classroom and onto the road to lead a successful yoga retreat.
October 28, 2015
shoulder stand

Yoga Teachers: Get That Dirt off Your Shoulderstand

Everything you need to know to guide your students into a comfortable and safe Shoulderstand.
September 14, 2015
teach headstands

Use Your Head(stand): How to Teach Salamba Sirsasana

Everything you need to know about teaching Headstand—from your body placement to correcting your student’s alignment.