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4th March, 2022

You know the process of losing yourself in music and movement via a beautiful yoga flow is simply food for the soul. Doing it in class with other people is magical and doing it alone with your own thoughts is transformational. Just have the confidence to link the yoga postures that you know and love […]

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4th March, 2022

Try this beautiful flowing yoga warm up. If your flow or vinyasa class contains a flow of postures, here is a warm up to prepare the mind and body for what is to come. I have a great tip for yoga flow and that is to make it different every time you teach a class. […]

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27th September, 2021

I recently had a conversation with someone from Sport England and had to ask myself “why are you getting so angry?” Some context – it was in relation to my concerns on how the Group Exercise industry is governed. Upon reflection it is an age old flame that becomes fuelled when I am so confidently […]

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15th April, 2021

The wonderful things about the computer you own and the world wide web are accessibility & speed . Our digital connectivity has changed the way that we do everything, and yes this includes learning how to teach yoga. This is all about how we changed the face of yoga teacher training. Learn to teach yoga with www.groupxtraining.com Take weekly classes, […]

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21st February, 2020

Here is your free guide to making money from teaching classes. It works, it is  proven, I have done it – MAKE MONEY FROM TEACHING CLASS Enjoy    

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2nd July, 2019

Yogis have always traversed modern yoga with a love hate perspective but there is currently a mass of articles on cultural appropriation suggesting that nothing we do in our middle class lifestyles will ever be enough to call our yoga – YOGA. What has unsettled me is that part of me agrees with this, a large part of me does not and has never wanted even the language of traditional yoga to infiltrate my teaching ( I still to this day have never used the word Namaste at any time in my yoga teaching or practice) and ultimately my distaste of received wisdom and ritual pretty much closes me off to much of the early teachings of pre modern yoga. I have never had a calling for yoga to become my way of life, I just want it to complement my day to day existence allowing me to be more physically capable, more mentally diverse, more spiritually active.

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18th February, 2019

The perfect “next step” in understanding the philosophy of yoga, is a yoga training course. Progressing beyond a purely physical practice requires a greater understanding of its chronology. To teach yoga as a profession, a recognised qualification is essential in order to get insurance and gain employment.

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17th February, 2019

Your absolute goal is to teach professional yoga classes. It is important that the course you choose fits into your existing lifestyle. In order for you to complete it successfully, it must not cause too much disruption to your work life balance. You may have to forsake your next holiday in order to live your dream but it will be worth it once you are a fully qualified yoga teacher.

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16th February, 2019

Although the roots of yoga span several decades and many people perceive authentic yoga to follow a traditional practice, it is important to be mindful of its evolution. A modern audience may be reticent to throw themselves into the more esoteric aspects of yoga preferring a purely physical practice. A good instructor provides a gateway into yoga for everyone and anyone with interest.

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5th February, 2019

Sometimes we all need ergogenic aids to help us fit in or segway into areas that are new and different. We live in a society where possessions are #1, most people have their own mats, sports watches to count steps, calories and tell us how we sleep, the list is endless. As teachers we also need tools to give us a boost and make our job easier.

Here are a few of the things that have made my life easier this year.

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