Entries by derik

Develop a Home Practice

How Do I Develop a Home Practice? In an age of unprecedented amounts of distractions, it’s no wonder that so many people struggle with having a regular home practice. How to start?  Ideally you receive instruction from a qualified teacher who gives a specific method and guidance based on your particular psycho-physiological constitution. Pranayama (breathing […]

Being A Yoga Student In Our Training

What does being a student look like in our program? Yoga teacher training is a significant undertaking for every student. And one should be aware of the demands and expectations in advance. Enter the Unknown – Some, if not much, of the content in this program may be new to you.  The content might seem foreign […]

Strong Reasons To Do Yoga Teacher Training

Seven Strong Reasons To Do A Teacher Training No matter what program you decide to go with (ours or another), a yoga teacher training costs a lot of money, takes a lot of time and asks a lot of you personally. There are many reasons to never take one up. There are also many seven […]

Deepen Your Personal Practice And Teach

Four Steps to Deepen Your Personal Yoga Practice and Become a Yoga Teacher With Depth: Step #1: Be Inquisitive & Expand Your Options Mainstream yoga focuses on the postures.  However, the potential scope of yoga is far more encompassing. A individual yoga practice is essential to your success as a student and a teacher. I suggest expanding […]

These traits make for a good match

These traits make for a good match:  There are lots of yoga teacher trainings in Denver. Each with its own approach and clientele.  Here is a list of qualities that most resonate with us. And, in full disclosure, the qualities that don’t. You don’t see yoga as a fad, are hell bent on nailing handstand, […]

Yoga Has Pulled You Through

Yoga Has Pulled You Through Hard Times It’s always fascinating to hear how people got into yoga.  For some the process was quite gradual. For others it was a more immediate and affirmative knowing.  “I did not even know it was possible to feel this way!?” For others the road to yoga may have been […]

Yoga and Intention Reactivation

The dust and confetti of the holiday season has finally settled and perhaps you have gotten some traction on your intention for 2019.  Mine is/was to give up sugar for 40 days. However, the path of living into a new lifestyle is rarely a straight line. More often than not, affecting life changes is a […]

Yoga Helps You Hit Bottom

  I remember taking a for-credit yoga class at my university in the early 90’s. We dissected the postures and every so often, the teacher would throw out a yogic pearl of wisdom. Somewhere about mid-quarter, I remember her saying “asana is a very small part of yoga practice –just the tip of the iceberg.” […]

Yoga and the Five Koshas

  Did you know that there are actually five of you?  ….Or rather, five distinct layers that constitute you.  Would you like to know what those five parts are and how you can support them through yoga? Early yogic scriptures, espouse that we are much more than a mold of skin and bones that then […]