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Confessions of a yoga teacher social media addict

By Yoga United 22 May 2018 No comments

I am a yoga teacher and a yoga therapist - I confess that I have been carried down the river of social media and I’m addicted. I pretend I need to do social media because my marketing team told me I should! I have set myself a challenge to switch off all social media after 8pm but I often find excuses to take my phone into the bedroom and have a peak if I’ve posted something to see if anyone likes me or even loves me! Social media can be replace relationships with real people, affects mood and self-esteem.

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Do you have dreams of becoming a yoga teacher or therapist

By Yoga United 17 May 2018 No comments

When you experience the immeasurable power and magic of yoga, how it has become an ally in getting you through difficulties life throws at you

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You have first hand experience of the miracle of the body to repair and heal itself
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You have deep gratitude for having yoga in your life,


it’s natural to want to share it with others

Is there something getting in the way?

Your yoga belt is like a best friend

By Michaela Barker 6 April 2018 No comments

When we travel to India each winter, we are not only running our yoga retreats but my favourite time is to go and meet the yogamalai team who make our products in India. Seeing our products being made and the opportunities we are giving many families is just delightful. Ahh it’s all in the principles of yoga - And just as the word can be translated into English as "joining", "uniting", "union", we feel overwhelmed and lucky to be united with real people instead of factories, who we can visit and see the real differences the work makes to their lives

From Yoga Practitioner to Yoga Professional - 8 questions to help you decide

By Yoga United 5 April 2018 No comments

Is there something getting in the way of your dream to become a yoga professional - find out with 8 questions

Why choose Restorative Yoga Teacher Training?

By Yoga United 26 February 2018 No comments

We are so encouraged to be witnessing a growing recognition of the importance of Restorative Yoga and a number of studio timetables are creating slots for Restorative classes and many teachers are including elements of the practice in their own workshops

Is your yoga mat a playground or correction centre?

By Yoga United 5 February 2018 No comments

Next time you’re on your yoga mat, tune into noticing mode, in a mindful way and let your inner child come out to play. Treat your yoga mat like your playground

Relaxation aids to help you drift off to dreamland.

By Yoga United 23 January 2018 No comments

Do you have trouble relaxing? Our brains are so wired to ‘do, do, do’, it can be really difficult to ‘simply be’ for a while. For busy people, the concept of ‘doing nothing’ can feel pointless, uncomfortable and even empty. And stressing about relaxing can make things worse with all the trying, the self-talk about lack and should I.

Are you a yoga teacher looking for more students in 2018

By Yoga United 2 January 2018 No comments

If you've recently graduated from a yoga teacher training course, or gone off the boil with promoting your classes, how’s it going out there in the world?

Prepare for your new lease of life as a yoga teacher with a little guidance…I know you know this stuff but sometimes it helps to refresh your memory and get un-stuck!

Through your yoga teacher training course, you will have learnt how a class is structured, and by now, you should have some classes up and running, even if they are not as full as you’d like them to be.

Yoga Therapy - my story

By Yoga United 29 December 2017 No comments

HOW YOGA THERAPY CHANGED ME

Yoga United Yoga Therapy - what is it?

By Yoga United 27 December 2017 No comments

A Sensitive and Intuitive Approach to Healing whether it's an ailing spirit or a bad back!

“I am not a doctor nor do I have a physical therapy license. I treat the delusion of not knowing your Self and how to find your way past pain and suffering. I guide you, not treat you” Mukunda Stiles, Yoga Therapist