• Posted on November 6th, 2013 YogaGlo 1 comment

    Claire Missingham at YogaGloPlease join us in welcoming Claire Missingham to YogaGlo! Claire’s teaching is spiritual yet down-to-earth, with disciplined alignment, a sense of humour and a way of getting to the heart of yoga passionately.

    Claire has created a renowned Vinyasa Flow Yoga DVD and music for yoga CD and regularly appears as a writer and model in Yoga Journal magazine, as well as teaching at Yoga Journal LIVE conferences in the USA.  Claire runs a successful yoga teacher training programme having trained over 100 teachers in Europe in the past 5 years.

    Claire is also proud mother and a passionate cook – she loves running in nature, usually smiling, listening to loud music and singing at the top of her voice.

    To start practicing with Claire, you can check out one of her first six YogaGlo classes which we’ve just added to the site. There’s something here for everyone:

    • Sweet Moving Meditation - Helping you move from a physical to a spiritual/meditative practice, by keeping the body moving, but the direction to meditation. Props: Block, Blanket
    • Core Fix Up - This feisty little class will get you up and going with power. Inspired by the main asanas utilizing the layers of abdominal musculature, you will experience a fantastic pick me up.
    • Hanumanasana Tutorial - A talk-through and practice tutorial on hanumanasana or  the splits. What is happening in the anatomical and energetic body and how to do the pose safely in good alignment of the pelvis. Props: 2 Blocks, strap, bolster
    • Shiva’s Dance for Balancing - A rounded balancing class that challenges and strengthens while maintaining alignment and breath.
    • The Archer Sequence for Opening Hips - A sequence that builds to arkana dandasana, a peak hip opening asana that opens the musculature around the hips.
    • Establish Your Roots When Traveling - In this class, you will experience a super grounding class using the philosophy and asanas for the root chakra. We try out standing balances, arm balances for strength & stability and variations on Upavishta Konasana and toe stand. We close the class with a grounding meditation perfect for establishing your roots, even when you’re on the road.

    Enjoy!


  • Posted on January 19th, 2012 YogaGlo No comments

    Often times during our practice, we don’t really listen to what our body wants, we tell our body what it wants. Kathryn explains how our ego often gets in the way of listening. Next time you’re going through your practice, remember to take what’s best for your body.


  • Posted on January 18th, 2012 YogaGlo 3 comments

    Darren Rhodes is a YogaGlo Teacher

    If you’ve enjoyed taking Darren’s Premium YogaGlo Workshops or had the wonderful opportunity to practice with him in person, you know just how special it is to be able to practice with him. What if you could do that wherever you are, whenever you want? You’re in luck – Darren Rhodes is now a YogaGlo teacher!

    We will be adding new classes of his each month so you can pick up right where you left off if you’ve been practicing with him for awhile or you can begin a practice with Darren and explore a new approach to yoga, a new approach to you on your mat.

    Darren Rhodes has been the director of YogaOasis in Tucson, Arizona for 13 years. His new book Yoga Resource features photographs of 400 yoga poses to inform and inspire your practice. He was named one of Yoga Journal’s “21 Talented Young Teachers Shaping the Future of Yoga.” Darren is the co-founder of the School of Yoga and offers yoga intensives and teacher trainings. Darren is dedicated to authenticity and innovation in his teaching.

    Darren’s first three classes are on the site so you can practice with him today:

    • Calibrate to Your Center – Calibrate to your center in this full spectrum practice with a backbend focus. Giving all poses equal emphasis, this class includes kapotasana and eka pada galavasana.
    • Fold Your Way to Clarity & Balance – Deep forward folds and twists. This class will promote clarity and balance as you turn your focus inward.
    • Rise and Surya Shine – Rise and surya shine in this sun salutation practice. Great to help you feel energized and motivated in the morning. Goes well with a cup of kali coffee.

    Enjoy the Darren Rhodes goodness!


  • Posted on January 12th, 2012 YogaGlo 2 comments

    We often worry that we have to be bendy, flexible, or know how to do a pose perfectly in order to be good at yoga. Felicia explains that we do have to be good at yoga, but in different ways than we assume. So how can we be truly good at yoga? By paying attention to your own bodies, our own breath and stop worrying about comparing that to something outside ourselves.


  • Posted on August 3rd, 2011 YogaGlo No comments

    You heard about her backbend workshop, you may have been lucky enough to take a few of her free classes when she was in Santa Monica recently, and many of you have asked: when, when, when will Tiffany’s classes be on the site? Today is that day!

    We are so pleased to announce that not only have Tiffany’s first few classes been added to the site, but she is officially a YogaGlo teacher which means she will be visiting regularly (for those who Glo in LA) to film classes (for Glo-ers all over the world) to be added to the site on an ongoing basis.

    For more than 15 years, Tiffany has taught yoga throughout North America, empowering her students to transform their lives through mindfulness and dedication. Her classes and workshops are full of humor, heart and hard work. In addition to teaching yoga classes, retreats and workshops internationally, Tiffany is the Acupuncturist and yoga teacher at the Nike World Headquarters in Portland, Oregon, runs 200hr and 500hr yoga teacher trainings and has been featured in various video and print ads for Nike and Lululemon.

    Combining her education in Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Holistic Health, Sports Medicine, Nutrition and Herbal Medicine, Tiffany created the Optimal Health Program, a unique system of looking at a person’s whole body to help them achieve a personalized, vibrant state of health. Her book, Optimal Health for a Vibrant Life, was recently published as a 30 day detox for optimal health.

    All of Tiffany’s experience means that YogaGlo members will have the opportunity to explore new tools for mindful living both on and off the mat, whether it is getting ready for a high performance sport or finding a way to live optimally in our day to day lives. We are thrilled to share this news with all of you – please join us in welcoming Tiffany to the YogaGlo team.

    Want to get your Tiffany fix immediately? Her first three classes are online now:

    • Body & Mind Overhaul
    • Cross Training for Athletes
    • Injury Prevention for Athletes


  • Posted on November 8th, 2010 YogaGlo 3 comments

    Harshada WagnerYou may recall that a few weeks ago, Harshada Wagner taught a free meditation class at the YogaGlo studio. Some of you were able to attend the class in person and many of you eagerly asked when we’d share the class online.

    We heard you. We are delighted to announce that we have just launched a Meditation series for the Beginner Center and will be adding a meditation class with Harshada Wagner to the site each week. All of this means that Harshada Wagner is now a YogaGlo teacher!

    On the spiritual path for more than 23 years, Harshada Wagner is considered among the top teachers of his generation. Harshada is classically trained in the Indian wisdom traditions of Yoga, Bhakti, Vedanta, and Tantric Shaivism, and has been teaching meditation and self-empowerment since 1996. He is the creator of the Living Meditation Method and is the founder and director of Living Meditation Inc. in New York City and Adhishtana Living Ltd. in Mumbai India. He regularly leads retreats throughout the world, including his very popular pilgrimages to India. He is currently authoring a book on meditation.

    Over the past several months, we’ve shared many studies and insights about the power of meditation and we hope that you’ll take this journey with us to practice meditation at home or on the go…wherever your practice takes you.


  • Posted on September 15th, 2010 admin 3 comments

    Jason Crandell is a YogaGlo TeacherWe’re pretty sure you’ve noticed by now, but as his second class debuts on the site this week, we wanted to share the good news: Jason Crandell is now a YogaGlo teacher!

    What does this mean? It means that nearly every week, we’ll be adding a new Jason Crandell class to the site so you can begin to practice – and grow your practice – with him on a regular basis. If you are familiar with Jason and his teaching style, you know that he has an uncanny ability to strip away the “yoga talk” and serve it up with just the right amount of humor and insight and frankness that allows you to bend in a way you previously couldn’t bend and understand your body in a way that you didn’t before. We love this about him and hope you do too.

    For those of you not familiar with Jason’s work, here’s a bit more about him: Jason Crandell was recently named one of the next generation of teachers shaping yoga’s future by Yoga Journal for his skillful, unique approach to vinyasa yoga. Jason’s steady pace, creative sequencing, and attention to detail encourage students to move slowly, deeply, and mindfully into their bodies. Take a class from Jason and you will leave feeling grounded, clear, and content—and more informed of the nuances and habits of your body and mind. Jason credits his primary teacher, Rodney Yee, teachers in the Iyengar Yoga tradition such as Ramanand Patel, and ongoing studies in Eastern and Western philosophy for inspiring to him bring greater alignment and mindfulness to vinyasa yoga.

    In the past 10 years, Jason’s knack for explaining subtle body movements in a way that anyone can understand, has opened many doors. Most recently, Jason created two Yoga Journal DVDs, Yoga for Wellbeing and Your Complete Home Practice Companion: Yoga for Morning, Noon, and Night. He is a contributing editor for Yoga Journal and has written over 13 articles for the magazine and website—many of which have been translated internationally (including Japan, China, Italy and Brazil). Jason teaches extensively at conferences in the United States and abroad, is part of numerous teacher-training faculties, and directs the prestigious Mind/Body Center at the San Francisco Bay Club. He has recently partnered with Yoga Journal to continue creating high-quality, home-practice DVDs.

    Jason’s integrative and accessible teachings support students of every background and lineage, helping them to find greater depth, awareness, and wellbeing in their practice— and in their lives.

    His first two classes are up on the site now. Go take them, leave a comment and join us in celebrating this wonderful addition to the YogaGlo family of teachers!


  • Posted on July 15th, 2010 admin 5 comments

    You’ve taken her classes, you loved them, and you asked for more. Now…your wish is granted! We are thrilled to announce that Kathryn Budig is a YogaGlo teacher and her first class in her new role will be at the YogaGlo studio on Tuesday, July 20th at 6pm. Visit the class schedule to stay up to date on Kathryn’s regular class schedule.

    Kathryn was trained under the expert eye of Maty Ezraty and Chuck Miller. Her practice and teaching have also been strongly influenced by Heath House, Jesse Schein, Charles James and Noah Maze.  She teaches regular Vinyasa Flow classes heavily influenced by Ashtanga, armbalances, inversions, core work and laughter.  She is the co-founder with Jesse Schein of Poses for Paws, an organization dedicated towards raising money for animal shelters through yoga.  Kathryn is a columnist for The Elephant Journal and contributes regularly to Yoga Journal and Huffington Post through articles, print and podcasts.

    Please join us in welcoming Kathryn to the YogaGlo team! Her unique style of vinyasa flow will take YogaGlo-ers all over the world on a wonderful journey of self-discovery and playfulness in their practice. If you are not already a YogaGlo member, we can’t think of a better time to join our growing yoga community.

    We hope that you will take advantage of this amazing opportunity to practice with Kathryn in your home or on the go…wherever your practice takes you.


  • Posted on May 11th, 2010 admin No comments

    Elena Brower is Now a YogaGlo Teacher!

    Many of you have shared your excitement about Elena Brower’s first two anusara classes on our site – so we’re thrilled to announce that Elena is now a YogaGlo teacher! Elena’s teaching style and her innate ability to bring out the best in each student’s practice make her ideally suited to join the YogaGlo team.

    Elena is the founder and co-owner of Virayoga in New York City. She is a faculty member at Kripalu, and in collaboration with Flavorpill, Elena teaches large-scale yoga classes, most recently at the Museum of Modern Art, YouTube video and Times Square, with plans to reach cultural institutions in cities nationwide and worldwide in the next 2 years. Elena is also working with adidas to teach the methodology of anusara yoga to their instructors globally. Currently she teaches benefit classes in support of Yoga Gives Back, Women For Women and The Acumen Fund.

    Please join us in welcoming Elena to the YogaGlo team! To celebrate this announcement, we’ve added a few new Elena classes that are available to all YogaGlo members right now. Starting in June, we’ll be adding a few all-new Elena Brower classes to the site each month – so stay tuned!  If you are not already a YogaGlo member, we can’t think of a better time to join our growing yoga community.

    We hope that you will take advantage of this amazing opportunity to practice with Elena in your home or on the go…wherever your practice takes you.