SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FROM YOGAFITSunday, August 20, 2017
Dear YogaFit Enthusiasts—
Thank you for helping make YogaFit the leading Yoga Teacher Training School in the United States. We are so proud of all that we have accomplished in the last 20 years, and cannot wait to see what the future holds. Beginning October 1, 2017, we will enact an across-the board increase in our Teacher...read more
YogaFit Turns 20Sunday, August 20, 2017
Beth Shaw reflects on how far YogaFit has come and how grateful she is for those who’ve helped make that happen.
Dear YogaFit friends and family :
It’s hard to believe that YogaFit has been an official school for TWENTY YEARS. There are no words to describe the gratitude and...read more
IN THE NEWS: YogaFit teachers and students hit the mat for charityFriday, July 21, 2017
YogaFit’s July MBF in Scottsdale, Arizona, was extra special this year. Besides all the wonderful classes offered, as well as the opportunities to spend time with old friends and new ones, Beth Shaw lead an extraordinary Master class, in which participants were able to combine their love for yoga and their dedication to community...read more
Love Letters to YogaFitFriday, June 30, 2017
Three YogaFit teachers explain how YogaFit has changed their lives and, in doing so, helped them bring the gift of yoga to others.
Rebecca from Phoenix, Arizona
Truth be told, Rebecca hated yoga the first time she did it—several years ago. And now? There’s nothing she’d rather be doing....read more
Teachers Notebook: Increasing Core StrengthFriday, June 30, 2017
Master Trainer Renee Harrington demystifies what “the core” is, why it’s important, and how we can create a yoga sequence that engages it most efficiently. Hint: We’re not talking “crunches.”
How often do you tell your students to “engage the core” only to see them suck in their belly...read more
POSE OF THE MONTH: Triangle PoseFriday, June 30, 2017
With a smart cueing and a well-placed prop, we can deconstruct this angular pose in a way that brings length and freedom to the spine.
I don’t know how you felt about geometry in high school with all its lines, shapes, vertices, and angles—acute, obtuse, right, and otherwise— but keeping all those...read more