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12
Aug
How to Turn a Factoid into a Yoga Class Sequence

How can we continually come up with something “new” every time we teach?  Follow the 70/30 formula.  Which is 70% of what you teach in a Yoga class is familiar to your students and 30% is new (or a new twist on an old thing!) How can we fill in that 30% that keeps our classes fresh, […]

Posted in: Uncategorised,
26
Jul
Students and Teachers: How they Come and Go

I read an interesting article about the importance of Community to support our health. One of the suggestions was to find a Yoga studio or Yoga gathering… because love, joy and spiritual nourishment often reside there. I will say firsthand I know that to be true. As the 11+ yr owner of the Yoga Vista […]

Posted in: Blog,
14
Jul
SI Joint Test: Does Compression or Traction Feel Better?

When did “SI Joint” become such a household phrase? Maybe it is because people are becoming more in-tuned with their low back pain and want to zero in on the source. Or maybe there are more diagnostics that identify an SI joint issue….or maybe there are more educated Yoga Teachers that are helping students identify […]

Posted in: Anatomy and Aging, Blog,
Tags: anatomy, justine shelton, si joint,

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