Creating Community

Creating Community In Yoga Classes

Take a moment to think about why you go to a yoga class. Why practice with a teacher, in a room full of people, when you could stay home and pop in a DVD or scroll through YouTube for a practice? Well, for me there are so many reasons, including personalized instructions, feedback, hands-on support for your practice, spontaneous more

Simple Sanskrit Audio Guide

Simple Sanskrit Audio Guide - Free Download

Sanskrit Audio Guide + PDF Glossary for Yoga Teachers If you are struggling to know the difference between your Utkata and Uttana, your Adho and Urdvha, and your Dharana and Dhyana, this quick Sanskrit Glossary and Audio Pronunciation Guide can help you learn, practice, and feel confident in using Sanskrit in your yoga more

Sun Salutations Online Fitness Australia Approved

Sun Salutations Online Fitness Australia Approved!

To Celebrate, this course is on sale until Feb 28 - save 20% 

Our new Online Education program for yoga, fitness, Pilates, and mind-body movement professionals is now approved for 3 CECs with Fitness Australia! Study, practice, and learn to teach Sun Salutations Online.  This 8-hour continuing more

Doubt Your Doubts

An Invitation to Doubt Your Doubts About Being a Yoga Teacher

With two yoga teacher training programs coming up in the next few months, this week I’ve been fielding a few emails from teacher trainees who are dealing with some self-doubt. This is not uncommon, in fact the pre-course jitters are so common (to us all!) that I’ve written about this before: more

Congratulations Canberra YTT Grads

Canberra Yoga Teacher Training Graduates 2018

Canberra Yoga Teacher Training

Congratulations to our newest 300-hour Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teachers!

These amazing yogis have all had great success in their learning, and are now heading back to their communities to share their wisdom, skills, and their passion for yoga - join me in congratulating them, and get out to their more

Yoga Philosophy Online

Study Yoga Philosophy Online

This month I'm so excited to be launching our newest online programs, Yoga Philosophy Foundations.   These courses are based on the study and journaling program that I've been developing,  sharing and evolving for the past 12 years in the Yoga Trinity Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training, and I wanted more people to have a more

Big News!

Big News Yoga Trinity

Big News for Yoga Trinity

Hello Friends, Last month I mentioned that some big news was coming, and here it is. I’ve spent the past few months struggling with this…there has been a lot of reflection, a lot of processing, but ultimately, I know I have made the right choice. The big news is (drumroll please) we will be moving back home to Canada in 2018. more

Child’s Pose Comfort

Finding Comfort in Child's Pose

Practicing and Teaching Yoga - Child's Pose

Finding Comfort in Child's Pose

I’ve been part of a few discussions on Child’s Pose lately, had some questions from Grads, and heard some key feedback on teaching, propping, and adjusting Child’s Pose. I’ve jotted down a few notes myself, but would love to hear from other practitioners and teachers on how more

Managing Decision Fatigue

Managing Decision Fatigue

Mind Body Business - Managing Decision Fatigue

I’ve been reading a few articles lately about the mental load of housework, which certainly resonates (why do I need to always carry around, in my brain, the level of olive oil in my pantry?). It resonates even more as a business owner, where the mental load can sometimes be overwhelming.  Over the past 22 years of more

Free Yoga Podcast – Scapula Core Warm Up

Check out this month's free yoga podcast, Scapula Core Warm Up In this 9-minute audio practice podcast you can get to know your scapula, the fancy name for your shoulder blade.  Explore a warm up for the scapula while you play with the natural movements of your shoulder blades and shoulders, and experience one of the ways in which our old yoga cues might be getting in the more

Arts and Crafts and Yoga

I’ve recently had a Canadian visitor for a few weeks, and we got up to lots of fun travelling, exploring, wine tasting, and learning some arts and crafts.  It was a great way to connect and have some fun while she was in town, especially because she is very creative; a natural artist who is studying art in school.  I really admire her creativity.  I’ve always been in more