3 Tips for Teachers: How to Thread Yoga Philosophy Into Your Classes

By | November 2, 2019



Elevate the practice for your students, so they find purpose and meaning beyond the physical plane.

So, you’ve been studying yoga philosophy for some time, and maybe it has dramatically contributed to your personal growth. Now you’d like to introduce a few rich teachings into your own classes so your students can also find more meaning and purpose on (and off) the mat. But how can you integrate yoga wisdom into your classes with authenticity and grace? 

In this video, Rina Jakubowicz—yoga teacher, author of The Yoga Mind: 52 Essential Principles of Yoga Philosophy to Deepen Your Practice, and creator of a new class series, Empowered Vinyasa—shares her three-step system for threading spiritual philosophy into your asana classes. Don’t forget: Being a dedicated student comes first…  

Feel like you’ve lost your sense of Self in the noise of social media or societal expectations? It’s time to get on the mat and reclaim who you are. Join author and yoga teacher Rina Jakubowicz for Empowered Vinyasa: Journey to Your Highest Self, a series of 10 yoga classes and companion dharma talks that zero in on principles of yoga philosophy—from The Bhagavad Gita and the Hindu spiritual tradition Vedanta—that are essential to self-exploration. Plus, if you’re a teacher, you’ll observe how Rina seamlessly integrates yoga philosophy into her asana classes. Sign up today! 



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