Kula Yoga & Wellbeing: Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training 2018

Yoga Teacher Training

Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training 2018

This September, Kula wellbeing starts it’s Vinyasa teacher training, which is going to be led by the lovely Beth Crivelli. Beth has been teaching Yoga since 2011 and she is not only very well experienced, but she is a humbling leader, full of knowledge, honesty and a has fantastic attitude towards ensuring the student experiences the yoga as truthfully as possible. Continue reading “Kula Yoga & Wellbeing: Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training 2018”

Hydration

Hydration! Super important for all yogis, and is an essential part of a yogi’s routine to properly nourish and fuel the body. Hydration is key to progress in your practice staying hydrated helps in maintaining your performance during yoga practice but also as well for maintaining your mood and recovery from exercise2. The following tips are focused on Bikram yogis but are also applicable and high relevant to all types of yoga classes, especially where you are going to work up a sweat. Continue reading “Hydration”

Men in Yoga

Men in Yoga

A topic that has interested me for a long time. Being a regular practicing and committed Yogi for 6 years, I have seen a positive increase in men practicing Yoga throughout studios in the World. Not only that but I have also seen an increase of men in yoga from all different professional and personal backgrounds starting to practice. Continue reading “Men in Yoga”

Kula Sculpt Yourself Into Health & Fitness this Summer

Not too long ago, we had the pleasure of welcoming Katie B Happyy, a master motivator and teacher of yoga and core sculpt classes, to Kula Hot Yoga & Wellbeing.  While in London, Katie brought a wealth of knowledge and contagious passion for health and wellbeing to the studio while training our new high energy flow class, Kula Sculpt to our wonderful and beloved Kula yoga and movement teachers. Continue reading “Kula Sculpt Yourself Into Health & Fitness this Summer”