Musings on Back Pain and My Grandma's CaneHello Friends, As many of you know I had a back pain flare up this past month, and had to limit my time at my desk. My injury meant that I didn't send out a newsletter last month, so the news has piled up a bit! Below I have some updates on Gawler & Canberra workshops and some new videos and blog posts that I hope yo..read more
Thoughts on Appreciating Rainy Days and Aging BodiesOn this tranquil, rainy Saturday afternoon, I find myself reminiscing about how my perception of rainy days has undergone a profound transformation since my move to Australia 20 years ago. Back then, during the midst of a drought, I quickly learned to cherish every raindrop as a lifeline to the parched earth, fillin..read more
How to Open and Close a Yoga Classwith Heather Agnew, ERYT-500, Lead Trainer Watch a 40-minute clip of a yoga coaching discussion on practical strategies for opening and closing your yoga classes. Follow the video, or read a few notes below. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvGWrWo-8zU[/embedyt]
Opening and..read more
Truthful and Compassionate Communication
Yoga Philosophy in Modern Lifewith Heather Agnew, ERYT-500, Lead Trainer Watch a 40-minute clip of a yoga philosophy discussion on practical strategies for bringing yoga philosophy into modern life with truthful and compassionate communication. Follow the video, or read a fe..read more
What Do You Learn in Yoga Teacher Training?
Have you ever wondered what you learn in yoga teacher training?Here are a few key areas of study that we explore in the Yoga Trinity Yoga Teacher Training program:
- How yoga has evolved from its origins in India to become what we know now as modern postural yoga.
- How yoga philosophy can sup..read more