To Flow or Not to Flow

Divine Transformation
30 Mar 2020 To Flow or Not to Flow

New yoga practitioners often ask me, “Which is better? Breath linking flows with only one breath, or a longer time in a pose, say three to five breaths.”  This can be a tough question and there is no single right answer. There are so many styles and lineages of yoga. Different philosophies have different purposes […]

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30 Dec 2019 Instructor Training Tip: How To Develop A Home Practice

We often get the request for information for tips on starting a home yoga practice. This is such a great question and one that has many layers. Today, we’ll start with four specific things that will help you develop a mindset about yoga that will make you feel confident rolling out your mat and leading […]

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25 Nov 2019 Masters vs. Therapy Training – Which One Do I Take First and Why?

Which one should I take first if I am interested in both? This is a great question, and one that many people ask, because while they are both a 300-hour training, they are very different.  The Masters Program is heavily focused on deeper yogic study, teaching methodology (teaching to groups), Eastern philosophy, in depth anatomy […]

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11 Nov 2019 How To Write Directives For Your Classes

As a new instructor, it can be daunting to plan out the poses and language you’ll use in your classes. There is a lot to balance in a Holy Yoga® class. Hopefully, teacher training has ironed a lot out for you, and you are learning to navigate balancing the elements of a class. Just for […]

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18 Sep 2019 300 HOUR BLOG SERIES PART 3: Deeper Yogic Study

Thank you so much for joining us, if you haven’t already done so, make sure to go back and read Part 1 and Part 2 of our 5 part – 300 Hour Master’s Program series! We say it in our 200 Hour yoga teacher training all the time, “Through this training, you are learning three […]

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12 Sep 2019 300 Hour Blog Series Part 1: All New Masters Program!

We are so pleased to announce the all new Holy Yoga 300 Hour program, formerly called the Masters program.  We’ve done a little construction! We’ve removed some unnecessary content and added many more classes on anatomy, deeper yoga study, soul care, creative sequencing, breathwork, in-depth Bible study, and Asana study. We’ve changed the timing of […]

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02 Sep 2019 CULTURE

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about things that are passed down to us. Culture is a chosen way of life that is passed down from family to family. As family culture is passed down, some people may adhere to it (whether it’s good or bad) while others may reject it and seek to change […]

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26 Aug 2019 American Council on Exercise Approves Holy Yoga Training

ACE Certification Attention fitness professionals! Are you looking to expand your offerings? Yoga is a great compliment to any fitness program or fitness professional’s resume! Adding a 200-hour yoga instructor certification expands your ability to meet the growing needs of gyms looking for trainers to lead new classes. If you are currently a Holy Yoga® […]

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12 Aug 2019 A Holiday We Can All Get Behind! National Relaxation Day on August 15th

I was reading up on National Relaxation Day (which is August 15th) and was intrigued to learn that sometimes gets confused for National Slacker Day, which started in England (Wikipedia). I found this interesting considering in the American culture we struggle to relax as it often makes us feel like a slacker. It’s all about […]

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23 Apr 2019 Instructor Training Tip: Teaching To Multiple Levels In The Same Class

When you first start teaching it can be very exciting to let everyone know about your classes! You are often excited and want to tell everyone that yoga is accessible to every body. This is such a great truth about yoga. And it is pretty unique to yoga, as the fitness world has limitations with […]

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06 Feb 2019 Can Yoga Benefit Post-Trauma Treatment?

You’ve seen them: the many studies of how yoga can benefit those who have anxiety, PTSD, depression, and the like. The science speaks for itself, and we are beginning to see the medical community realize the efficacy of the practice and promote this healing discipline. In the March 2016 edition of Yoga Journal, Susan Enfield […]

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