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Teaching

Take the time to develop your internship curriculum and watch every aspect of your facility develop and grow.
Being the best coach you can be means tailoring your approach depending on how each of your students learn.
Some of the toughest lessons we learn in the classroom can teach us to cope with the challenges we face as coaches and athletes.
When done correctly, backbends are a great tool to unwind from a day of desk work. Here's the yoga perspective.
Billions of dollars are spent on yoga-related merchandise each year. But do we know what it really is?
"Push." "Pull." "Spread." "Flex." "Tense." Just a few of the words you should never use in yoga class.
It’s easy to work with a talented athlete, but you need patience and knowledge to teach clients with little talent or possibly even desire.
If you’re considering a yoga teacher training program but aren’t sure what it’s like or what work it entails, I’m writing these journals for you.
Montessori materials are prepared with children in mind. The equipment you use for coaching kids should be the same.
Sometimes we get caught in a trap of coaching the coachable. Nurturing the rock stars, while we allow the less coachable to fade.
It’s amazing what just four hours with these kids has taught me as a coach. While the idea of swimming doesn’t change, the difference is in how you teach.
"Following the child" is a common phrase in Montessori. Here's how to apply it to coaching clients of all ages.
I’m going to help you become a better leader, inspire others, and leave a mark in our industry.
I feel the need to discuss some common mistakes that I see occurring frequently at local weightlifting meets.
Coaching is a journey, full of contradictions and conundrums. Along the way, coaches tend to drop in and out of different coaching styles.
As a lifelong follower of weightlifting, I can say interest in the sport is at an all-time high. So there will continue to be a need for competent instruction.
Could it be the word courage invokes an ancient energy of which everybody has a somatic awareness that transcends levels of experience and structural patterns of posture and movement?