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Why Every Yoga Teacher Should Take a Prenatal Training

As yoga teachers we strive to create an environment that makes our students feel welcome, safe, and inspired. And no matter what kind of yoga classes you teach, at some point a pregnant woman AND/OR […]

3 Ways to Ease Into Fall

Getting back into the swing of things as summer ends and fall begins can be exhausting and shocking to your system. How do you gracefully enter the rush of the season with more ease and balance? Here are three […]
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3 Self-Care Tips for Mamas

Everyone one seems to be talking about “self-care.” That is easier said than done when you are a mama. What many of us come to realize as we traverse the sometimes rocky path of motherhood, […]

6 Yoga & Fitness Moves for a Strong Core

Not only does having a strong core and tighter abs make us feel good about the way we look, it’s essential for a healthy back, good posture and performing everyday activities that require mobility, stability and […]
Pete Guinosso Lighting the Path Teacher Training

Illuminated: Lighting the Path through Community

Guest blogger  Kelly Sands O’Leary shares her experience in Pete Guinosso’s Lighting the Path Training Month long Intensive On the first day of Lighting the Path Yoga Teacher Training, Pete asks us what we hope […]

4 Questions About Prenatal Yoga

Mama Tree offers a comprehensive training in the art and science of teaching yoga for mamas at all stages of pregnancy, birth and beyond. We had a chance to ask the founder, Jane Austin, some questions […]

5 Ways to Create a Healthier and More Productive Workplace

Happy employees often mean a happy workplace. Research shows that an employee’s feelings of well-being are a big factor in employee satisfaction. For a healthier and more productive work place, ditch the conference room, restaurant, or […]

Top 5 Tips for Teaching Prenatal Yoga

Here are some tips to help you teach supportive classes and hold space for mamas whether you plan to become a prenatal yoga teacher, already teach prenatal (or postnatal/mom & baby yoga), or just want […]

5 Ways an Advanced Training Will Elevate Your Career

It’s hard to make a living as a yoga teacher. Here’s why doing an advanced training is one of the most valuable, meaningful, sensible things you can do for yourself. Despite teaching yoga for nearly […]

Walking the Healing Path

All healing must first begin with the healing of the heart. It will make your footsteps lighter as you walk the path. It wasn’t until my first breakthrough on the mat, when sweat and tears […]
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5 Rewards of Teaching Yoga to Teens

Imagine if you had access to yoga as a teen—how would it have impacted your life? There is a good chance that if you are reading this article, yoga has influenced your life in a […]

Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

For many of us, the world of backbends and heart-openers begins with bhujangasana. Strong and centering, cobra is excellent for reversing imbalances of the shoulders, chest, and spine, and massaging the endocrine system. Deceptively simple, when […]