How Helpful or Useful is Yoga Alliance? The Pros & Cons written by Crunch Ranjani Well-known among yoga teachers, Yoga Alliance is the largest nonprofit association representing the yoga community. It has over 7,000 Yoga Schools and more than 100,000 Yoga Teachers...
Closed Captions for Online Yoga Classes A Step-By-Step Guide to Enable and Share Subtitles for Virtual Yoga Classes Listen to a Related Podcast written by Crunch Ranjani More than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of us yoga teachers are now comfortable with...
Yoga Mats: 5 Favorites of Yoga Teachers written by Crunch Ranjani A yoga teacher’s best friend is likely their yoga mat. But with so many choices available on the market, how do you choose the perfect mat for your practice? How to Choose A Yoga Mat There is no...
What Expenses Can I Claim As A Yoga Teacher? written by Crunch Ranjani Listen to a Related Podcast For all things they taught us in Yoga Teacher Training, how to file taxes as a yoga teacher was not one of them! Filing and paying taxes can be stressful – we...
Hosting a Yoga Membership Site written by Crunch Ranjani Listen to a Related Podcast Hosting a membership site can be a great way to share yoga with your audience. Particularly in this time when a lot of yoga teachers are teaching classes online, hosting a membership...
Teaching Yoga in Schools Examining the Issues Raised by the Alabama Bill Listen to the Podcast on this Topic written by Crunch Ranjani The news that Alabama would lift a ban on yoga in public schools was met with a range of reactions within the yoga world. For many,...
Thank you thank you thank you Shannon for all you do. I cannot imagine my life without this podcast in it! I've learned so much about how to be an inclusive and caring yoga teacher. And I thought I already was!! There is not one episode that at the end I thought I didn't learn anything. So many nuggets and takeaways. I appreciate you and your team so much. Sending you so much love and gratitude. -Kelly
Love this resource!
May 20, 2022 by 99johannas from Canada
In episode 272 you asked for us to review your podcast and I thought I had already done so but I hadn’t. I love your voice, it’s so calm and easy to listen to. Your recording is of high quality and I really appreciate that, especially because I usually listen while I’m driving. Your topics are always thought provoking and useful. I often feel revitalized and eager to get to work after listening. Thanks for keeping me in the loop of what’s happening in the yoga world! From Langley BC Canada
Effortless, Enjoyable PD
May 19, 2022 by RadicalRestYoga from United States
I’m so grateful for this podcast as a resource to continue to develop, refine & challenge my yoga practice as teacher & practitioner. While folding laundry LOL.
Shannon’s topics and guests are diverse, and I love her thoughtful, curious, warm approach to the interviews. I always leave an episode with more questions than I had at the start, in the best way!
May 17, 2022 by Angela (Meet Me On My Mat) from United States
So grateful for this connection, the way you engage in real conversation (listening to guests and listeners as well as sharing your own experience), and every opportunity you present for learning and reflection. I look forward to every episode and always have a practical takeaway to use in my personal practice (life) and in practice with others. Thank you for paying attention, asking the tough questions, and remaining authentic, vulnerable, teachable. What a great role model and resource!
November 15, 2021 by brightbeginningsyoga from Australia
I have been listening to this podcast for a couple of years now and it has definitely been a part of my growth as a yoga teacher over time.
I was inspired to join the Pelvic Health Professionals Membership that Shannon also runs and that has been a great decision/investment in my personal and professional development too.
I really value how candidly Shannon presents. Her interviews regarding social justice and cultural appropriation considerations have been so helpful as I navigate this space as a yoga teacher, continuing to learn and seek to improve.