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Top 5 Tips for Choosing (and Offering) the Best Yoga Teacher Training

Posted on 2/15/2017 by Shy Sayar in Yoga Teacher Training Anatomy Philosophy of Yoga Deepen Your Yoga Practice Shy Sayar

Since I sold my Yoga One studios in California back in 2015, I've been focusing more on my personal studies, especially in Dharma, meditation and Ayurveda. In fact, I have not offered a single Tantravaya 200 Hour training in all of 2016, after directing at least a couple each year for nearly a decade. So during this time I have been asked the same question from students around the world: which training should I pick?

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Wrists, Yoga & Pain-free Practice

Posted on 6/22/2016 by Adam Hocke in Adam Hocke Anatomy vinyasa flow technique Wrists Katja B

If you practice vinyasa flow yoga, the reality is you’re going to spend a lot of time bearing weight on the delicate structures of your hands and wrists. The problem is that this is not their intended function. For example, when was the last time, save a social media campaign, you walked to the grocery store on your hands? As the action of weight bearing through the hands is a bit unnatural, it can potentially introduce discomfort, pain, and even injury into your yoga practice.

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Yoga Anatomy of the Hips

Posted on 12/15/2015 by Jason Crandell in Stability yoga Hips Anatomy Labrum acetabulum

Yoga has made me curious about my body for more than 20 years. When I feel restriction in my outer hips during Pigeon Pose, I wonder what exactly is holding me back—is it my gluteus maximus, my piriformis and external rotators, my posterior capsule… or my questionable karma? Hey, I’m a Virgo, I don’t like surprises, and teaching yoga is my passion, so I like to understand these things. That’s fair, right?

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