Monthly Archives: November 2011

Developing a Yoga Therapy practice on a Small Island

This week’s blog entry is written by guest author, Marcia Olmsted. Marcia is a graduate of Whole Life Yoga’s teacher training program (200 hour) and has since completed her 500 hour certification with the School of Integrative Yoga Therapy with … Continue reading

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Viniyoga: A Practice for All Stages of Life

I’m always happy to get calls from senior students looking to begin a yoga practice for the first time, as well as from parents looking for yoga classes for their children.  Of course, the sooner you start yoga, the better, … Continue reading

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Should All Yoga Teachers be Certified? Response to a Student Question

I look forward to answering your questions in this blog.  Please feel free to leave a comment or e-mail your questions to tracy@wholelifeyoga.com. Kristen asks:  Should all yoga teachers be licensed or certified? This is a loaded question, and one that I … Continue reading

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Practicing for Yourself

This week’s blog entry is written by guest author Tiffany Blackburn. Tiffany is a graduate of Whole Life Yoga’s teacher training program.     She  can be contacted at tiffanyblackburn.com. It took me so long to practice yoga for myself. I went to … Continue reading

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