Creating Adaptable and Accessible Yoga Classes
With Dianne Bondy and Amber Karnes
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This has been an incredible experience. Yes, the material is great, but an even more incredible thing happened over the course of these studies. In some glorious, magical way, it manifested an internal shift where I own that I am a yoga teacher.
Since then, I've picked up teaching hours and confidence.
I have so many bigger bodied clients come to be and tell me they can't do yoga and I always say 'yes you can!' and now I can really SHOW THEM!!! Do you have an idea what a blessing that is?! These modifications have been really amazing to learn for my own practice because I struggle with tender, tight joints.
“I've learned through Yoga For All how to plan a class sequence that instead encourages students to take poses at their own pace, and to listen to their needs. Instead of directing people into the ‘full pose."
These lessons have been life changing!
Why Yoga for All?
Now, more than ever, you must advocate for those who are underserved and underrepresented in your yoga classes, communities, and the world.
That’s what the Yoga For All training is all about: learning to show up and serve folks who are often ignored and left behind.
We want to offer you the tools to make your classes a welcoming, accessible, and inclusive place for everyone that wants to practice yoga.
Yoga For All is our motto and our way of teaching, and it can be yours too.
We’d love to invite you to take a free Yoga For All mini-course. This is new, never-before-seen content to help you become a more confident, equitable yoga teacher.