Join the Yoga For All movement: Teachers just like you who are breaking down barriers to wellness and making the practices of yoga available to all students.
Do you want to make your Yoga practice more welcoming, accessible, inclusive and inviting? Now you can register for a FREE Yoga For All mini-course with Dianne Bondy and Amber Karnes. This is new, never-before-seen content to help you become a more confident, accessible yoga teacher. You’ll find tools, tips, and tricks you can take into your classroom right away.
- Accessible Yoga in a Pandemic - Keeping your students safe and classes accessible in the time of COVID-19.
- Teaching Yoga Online - What you need to know in order to teach Yoga over the internet.
- Creative Sequencing and Prop Usage - Keep your classes fresh and your students engaged with these tips.
- Adapting Poses for Larger Bodies - Learn a simple 2-step process to help students find their best alignment and find freedom in poses.
Dianne and Amber have been offering Yoga For All for 6 years. More than 1,200 teachers have learned through this course how to teach body-affirming yoga classes to folks of all shapes, sizes, and abilities. Registration for their upcoming course (September 21-28, 2020) opens on September 14th. If you’ve felt a calling to learn to serve and uplift your students who have been left out of “mainstream yoga,” now you can also take advantage of their free training from September 14-20, 2020.
Meet Amber and Dianne
Dianne Bondy and Amber Karnes are yoga teachers in larger bodies. They know what it’s like to be the largest student in a class and have both been singled out, shamed, and made to feel less-than. They never want that to happen to you or your students. That’s why they created Yoga for All, an online yoga certification for teachers who want to teach adaptive and accessible yoga. Yoga For All is a certification partner for the Body Positive Fitness Finder.