The purpose of the Kaivalya Yoga Teacher Training Program is to provide a safe, nurturing atmosphere for in depth study of the practice of yoga to enable the student to deepen their personal practice and find their unique voice and soul as a skilled yoga teacher. Alex Pfeiffer & Kaivalya Yoga will provide a quality . . . → Read More: Information about the Kaivalya Yoga Teacher Training Program
Starting Yoga can be a little nerve racking. Like learning to ride a bike or beginning a new class in college, you may find that your first Yoga class will be challenging and “different”.
Luckily, instruct ors at Kaivalya Yoga in Madison, WI, have tips for those who are thinking about joining a Yoga class.
Marie, one of . . . → Read More: Marie’s Tips on Beginning Yoga
Since September, Marie has taught many classes, ranging from Mad Yogi Flow to 90 Degree Flow, at Kaivalya Yoga in Madison.
Marie has practiced Yoga for the last 9 years in Madison, but rediscovered the power of Yoga a few years ago.
“I began practicing about 9 years ago, though not seriously. I then began . . . → Read More: Physical, Spiritual, Mental and Emotional Well-Being: Marie’s Yoga Story
Teaching at Kaivalya since March, Jules is definitely not a newbie to Yoga.
“I started practicing yoga with Lilias Folan’s public tv show when I was in third grade. I already was a tree climber, dancer, horseback rider, bicyclist and occasionally did tai chi with my dad,” Jules said. “I liked the way Lilias moved and the . . . → Read More: Jules’ active personality shows in her teaching style at Kaivalya
Yoga is much more than stretching and working out. One of our own instructors, Alex, began his adventure in yoga practice and instructor to rid his body of back pain.
“I began to practice yoga in 2001 because nothing was helping my back pain. I saw sports medicine doctors and other specialists. I was scheduled for surgery . . . → Read More: Overcoming back pain through Yoga, Kaivalya instructor Alex provides tips for new Yoga students