Olga Kabel (E-RYT500, IAYT-Certified Yoga Therapist) is the founder of Sequence Wiz—a web-based yoga sequence builder. She writes a yoga blog emphasizing the safety and applicability of various yogic practices, posts yoga videos designed to address specific challenges and leads webinars for yoga teachers.
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Rachel Lanzerotti (MSW, E-RYT500, IAYT-Certified Yoga Therapist) is the founder of Five Rivers Yoga Therapy and creator of The RE/ST Method for Pain Recovery™. She is a Body-Mind Yoga Therapist, meditation teacher, counselor, health educator and specialist in back pain relief.
Mary Hilliker (E-RYT500, IAYT-Certified Yoga Therapist) is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist. She studied with Gary Kraftsow of the American Viniyoga Institute for 20 years and worked with them in administrative, faculty and curriculum coordination roles. Mary owns and operates River Flow Yoga Teacher Training School.
There are many ways of teaching yoga to your students. Today let’s have an overview of eight main options of teaching yoga that are available to you, their upsides and downsides, and what you need to do to get the most out of them.
Are you teaching yoga in a city, or thinking about moving to an urban center to teach? Would you like to work one-on-one with individual students and clients for yoga and yoga therapy? Here are my thoughts for you about challenges and rewards of growing an urban private practice.
Charting a course to work full-time as a yoga professional takes careful planning and possibly a bit of time, depending on the opportunities in your community.