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Whether you're a yogi eager to deepen your practice, a golfer excited to elevate your game, or a yoga teacher ready to increase your impact, we've got the step-by-step tools to help you reach your goals.
Hi, I’m Kym Coco and I am so glad you’re here. I started this blog in 2018 as a way to share the numerous yoga-based strategies that keep me balanced, energized, and focused. Much of these mind-body techniques were overlooked in the intensive coursework of my master’s degree in sports kinesiology. Thankfully, scientific research today demonstrates their validity. My goal is to save you hours of classroom time, and a whopping tuition bill, to learn and use these techniques for your own success (on the yoga mat and in the various aspects of your life).
Graduating from a 200-hour yoga teacher training is simultaneously exhilarating and terrifying. You love yoga and you’re excited to share it with others. Yet, you may not be sure your skills match your passion and you likely haven’t been taught
Teaching yoga is a long-term game and you'll want passion, strategy, and resources to keep playing. Said another way, if you want to be a light to the world, you need to be able to pay your light bill. This
Stress is a given in life. In fact, we often seek challenges on the yoga mat to gain strength, flexibility, coordination. When pushed too hard—on the mat or in life—our bodies can no longer adapt to the demands in
Success in as a yoga teacher is defined in many different ways. You might define it as teaching three weekly classes at maximum capacity. You could equate it to a $3,500 per month income, teaching private yoga lessons full time
Are you ready to make a change in your life? Do you feel stuck in the same cycle of start, lose momentum, quit, backslide, then start again? This can causes frustration, anxiety, and depression to strive for improvement. Likely the
The goal of yoga is to reach Samadhi. This is known by the Greeks as ecstasis or the flow state by athletes. And while that might be the big-picture objective, most of the time we're looking to make small, incremental