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Posts tagged "yoga" within Fitnovatives Blog

Integrating Yoga into Personal Training Sessions

By Elizabeth Kovar on Friday, August 03, 2012


While incorporating yoga into personal training sessions may be daunting for those who do not have formal yoga education, blending these practices benefits the client, but also you, the trainer. ACE Pro Elizabeth Kovar discusses yoga basics, breathing techniques, education for trainers, and how to successfully incorporate it into your personal training sessions.




5 More Keys to Unlocking Your Business Potential as a Yoga Teacher (Part 2 of 2)

By Stacy McCarthy on Friday, March 16, 2012


If you're ready to take your yoga practice and profession to the next level, follow these key steps. Each practical step will take you closer to realizing your full potential in your own practice, lifestyle and business.




5 Keys to Unlocking Your Business Potential as a Yoga Teacher (Part 1 of 2)

By Stacy McCarthy on Monday, February 20, 2012


Are you ready to take your yoga practice and profession to the next level? Do you want to thrive from your practice in every way possible – from managing and growing finances to ensuring your practice supports your lifestyle? Become empowered to grow your yoga business potential with these strategies for success!




Applying the ACE IFT Model to Popular Workout Trends (Part 1 of 3 — Yoga)

By Pete McCall on Friday, February 03, 2012


As fitness professionals, it’s inevitable that people ask for our opinions about popular exercise programs — ranging from programs featured in the most recent late-night infomercials to the centuries-old practice of yoga. Answering these questions by applying the ACE IFT Model to these trends will help market your skills as a personal trainer.




One Thing Leads to Another: Intelligent Sequencing for Yoga Classes

By Jessica Matthews on Friday, September 09, 2011


While there are an abundance of asanas (commonly referred to as postures or poses) in yoga, the foundation for a physical practice should focus on practicing postures progressively in order to enhance steadiness, alertness and overall comfort — qualities referred to as sthira and sukha in the Yoga Sutras. Learn important factors to consider when sequencing your next yoga class.