Teaching Tips


Do you ever hear contradictory instructions in chair pose? Sometimes it’s difficult to figure out what you should be doing. Use a p

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This brief tutorial targets all areas of limitations in Reverse Plank Pose. Jules love this pose because it requires strength and mobilit

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Explore passive versus active range of motion in tree pose, learn not to fear the knee, and work the lateral hip musculature to make this

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Watch Chelsea, Marla, and Ana practice Plank Pose with props and instructions unique to their needs. This tutorial will offer some insigh

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Warrior 3 tests your balance while recruiting some serious strength and flexibility in the standing leg. Jules introduces you to the pose

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The Warrior 2 tutorial with Jules helps you find the strength this pose demands. Try all 3 variations and see which one challenges you th

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Discover different ways to use a prop to help you get the most out of your downward dog – whether it’s your hips, shoulders,

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Use a block and a wall to learn about Mountain Pose as you explore several options to determine which is best for you. Sometimes the feed

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Learn the intricacies of Half Moon Pose so you can feel more successful while discovering the areas in which you need to focus. You will

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Our feet do so much for us… so this class is dedicated to our feet. It you sometimes have questions about where your feet go, this

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Jules Mitchell breaks down what props you might need, how to set them up in a class, and gives you some good options to use if props are

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For those of you who have been taking our classes regularly, you probably know the movements of Surya Namaskara (Sun Salutations) without

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Crescent Pose is pose we visit on occasion throughout our practice. It may look similar to Warrior 1 however there is one very small cha

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Plank position is something we visit almost every single time we set foot on our yoga mats. Although it looks simple, there are many diff

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Udaya Spotlight

RUDY METTIA
Rudy often describes himself as “obsessed” with yoga and it is clearly evident in his teaching. Utilizing his experiences both on and off the mat, he inspires students to challenge their perceived boundaries while respecting their limitations. As he guides students within the class, he carefully breaks down each movement, finding myopic muscle and energetic actions to achieve the most.
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