Yoga Teachers

Our Passion is to Bring Online Yoga to Students Wherever They Are

Our Yoga Teacher Values

Have Fun

Our Yoga Teachers love what we do. This space we have created is for people to work hard and have fun in an inclusive and accessible way. We want to celebrate our love of yoga with likeminded people and that is what we hope to do here at Asana at Home. 

Community

It is important to us that our relationships are based on value rather than gain, and we are passionate about developing a sense of community between our practitioners and yoga instructors. We want our yoga students to feel welcomed and supported when they log into a class on our online yoga studio. 

We believe that there is great value in giving back to the communities we live in and organizations we support. To keep the compassion flowing, the Asana at Home platform regularly hosts fundraising events and Workshops 

Meaningful Relationships

After logging into one of our Online Yoga classes, you will be met with yoga instructors that are genuinely interested in the well-being of each student. As yoga instructors, we hope to build a long-lasting and close community with our yoga practitioner  

Progress

Our Yoga Instructors are continuously coming up with ways to better ourselves. By enhancing our practice and teaching quality, we can provide the tools and support for our students to follow through with their own vision of progress. 

Creativity

There is always a better and innovative way to learn and teach yoga, and our instructors are constantly flexing our creativity to provide the best yoga services possible. Combining creativity with both accessibility and flexibility is important to our team. 

Online Yoga Teacher Team

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Yoga Instructor Blog
Why Yoga Teacher Continuing Education is important

One of the main things that yoga teaches us is that things change. Change is the only constant in this world. Of course, this is also true for the yoga and fitness industry. That is why Yoga Teacher Continuing Education is important.

The Yoga industry has changed in many ways. Our knowledge of the human body continues to evolve. We continue to grow in understanding the best methodologies to teach and guide our students. Lastly, as teachers, we continue to develop and change with experience. This growth and change are healthy and important. If we, as yoga and fitness teachers, do not stay current in our training, we get left behind. Our ‘knowledge’ becomes dated, and we risk injuring our students and becoming irrelevant.

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Yoga Instructor Blog
Yoga Teacher vs Instructor: What’s the Difference?

I think it is important to differentiate between Yoga instructor vs teacher when teaching a public class in a yoga studio. A Yoga instructor instructs people what to do, ‘exhale and step your right foot forward, inhale your arms up to the sky.’ You can go through an entire class with an instructor and not learn a single thing.

On the other hand, a Yoga teacher educates you.

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Yoga Instructor Blog
17 Famous Yoga Teachers in India – The Gurus Guide

India, the birthplace of Yoga, has produced numerous influential yoga teachers who have spread their knowledge and expertise worldwide. In this article, we will explore the world of Yoga, delving into the lives and teachings of 16 famous yoga teachers from India and examining their impact on the global yoga scene.

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Yoga Poses
Frog Pose Yin Yoga: Unlocking Flexibility and Strength

Frog Pose, known in Sanskrit as Mandukasana, is a significant asana in yin yoga with many benefits. This pose’s name comes from its resemblance to a frog’s stance focusing on the hips and groin.

Mandukasana can be invigorating and meditative when performed correctly, offering a unique combination of stretch and strength. It’s accessible to beginners yet offers depth for more experienced practitioners.

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Yoga Poses
Mewing versus Nabho Mudra: In Defense of Yoga

Nabho Mudra is a specific yogic tongue-and-mouth posture that enhances meditation and well-being. This ancient practice has roots in traditional yoga and is known for its calming and healing properties. On the other hand, mewing is a modern technique developed by Dr. Mike Mew and Dr. John Mew. It focuses on proper tongue posture to improve facial structure and breathing.

This article explores the connection between these two practices. We will delve into how mewing is rooted in the ancient practice of Nabho Mudra, highlighting the appropriation of traditional techniques for contemporary purposes, their respective benefits and practices, and their relevance in today’s health and wellness culture.

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Health Blog
Yoga Body Types: Vata, Pitta, Kapha Ayurveda Doshas

Yoga body types are specific classifications that categorize individuals based on physical and energetic characteristics. These classifications help create personalized yoga practices that cater to each individual’s unique needs. Understanding yoga body types is crucial because it acknowledges that everyone has different strengths, weaknesses, and tendencies, which can significantly impact their yoga practice and overall health.

Recognizing different body types allows yoga practitioners to tailor their practice to achieve optimal health, balance, and well-being. By aligning yoga routines with the specific needs of their body type, individuals can maximize the benefits of their practice. For example, certain body types may benefit more from grounding and stabilizing poses, while others might thrive on dynamic and stimulating sequences.

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