I heard about a new kind of yoga at work. Two different people told me about it on two consecutive days. They both said it was like no yoga class they had ever experienced. Naturally, my curiosity was peaked.Read More
Here is the story of Dina from Israel, a new Kaiut Yoga teacher, about her early experience teaching this method. We share it with all of you to hear, even if you are not a teacher, what teaching Kaiut Yoga is like.
I’m a Kaiut teacher-in-training and to date have been teaching only a handful of people: my husband, my friends and public classes of only 2 or 3 students.Read More
When you experience a great meal at a new restaurant…you can’t wait to tell others….here’s my story.
After completing my 200 hours of Teacher’s Training over six years ago I decided to join in on opening a yoga studio with a group of three others, two of which were seasoned teachers. They were holding “try outs” and I asked to be considered for one of the positions. A couple of weeks later I received the news that I had made the team and was offered the 5:45am class on Tuesday and Thursday. I was going to teach yoga!Read More
have always been an athlete. I grew up dedicated to gymnastics through 10th grade (three hours daily), participating on every varsity team from 7th grade on and ice skating, bowling, anything that involved the place I was most comfortable—my body. During summers at sleep-away camp I lived to both waterski and swim twice daily, and run up and down the rocky paths of the Adirondack Mountains. By the time I was 12 years old I was ski jumping and I'd already passed my expert level. In college, I was on the fencing team, and always played tennis and swam.Read More
’m not always the most graceful pedestrian. I’ve been known to walk into walls, trip over rocks, slam into counters, and I once ran full speed into a floor-to-ceiling mirror (I was playing tag and looking over my shoulder as I ran into what I thought was another large room). Yup, I’ve sustained a fair number of injuries over the years when I wasn’t paying attention. In these moments of crises my body didn’t know what to do and my brain tried to outthink my body.Read More