Teaching Yoga

  • A yin class to balance chakras via tapas.

  • In this installment of Yoga Living Project Austin Richman shares a blog on the 4 phases of yoga history inspired by the writings of Gregor Maehle. If you have dipped your toes in the deep ends of Yoga philosophy and ever wondered how to make hay from any of it this little piece of info just might be the helpful hint you have been waiting for to help you to navigate the depths. We encourage you to listen and read as they both contain some different info so please enjoy and let us know what you think, in fact you will have the perfect opportunity this week as Austin will be holding a community satsang on February 28th, 2019 at 7pm both at Cambio Yoga and on Facebook live. The event is donation based but watching online doesn't cost you anything, but only those in person will have their chance to speak, share and ask questions.

     

  • Cambio Community Satsang Asana Q & A w/ Austin Richman where we discuss enlightenment, no-no's and secret knowledge.

  • During teacher training the trainees all make a playlist. Then we choose a few from each one to make two master playlists, here is the first of two. Enjoy!

  • A talk with yoga teacher Holly Horter about self-discovery, snuggling your fear, integrity, and inviting spirit into the practice of yoga.

  • Shelby Palmeri returns to the Yoga Living Project with some insights into what teaching yoga might really look like. We have a saying here at cambio's Yoga Teacher Training: "You teach for yourself and you practice for your students". Shelby explains why this concept is important and unfolds some of her experiences as a teacher, which is always a pertinent lesson as we work hard to not only train new teachers, but also to help our current teachers grow with continuing education and support. Read Shelby's experience and let us know your thoughts and what journey has been like - we'd love to highlight you on the blog! Just reach out to Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you're interested.

     

  • In this week's installment of Yoga Living Project, Austin Richman returns to wrap up this month's theme of Community. The role of sangha (community) has the potential to be a powerful teacher and Austin explores some of the deeper forms of stewardship within that. Read below to gain insight into how your community can strengthen and find opportunities to serve those around you. As always, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have content you'd like to contribute for Yoga Living Project! 

  • This week's installment of Yoga Living Project is brought to you by cambio's own Anna Mack! If you've practiced with her before, you know that she knows her asana, and in line with this month's theme, she's offered insight on the pose that everyone seems to have strong feelings on: half pigeon. Read, practice, and let us know what you discover. As always, reach out to Austin if you have something you'd like to share with our readers at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • "When the program was over, I was on my own with my newly earned certificate (and very green teaching skills).  Teaching a class on my own was a sink or swim situation, and I did a lot of sinking as I tried to figure out how to actually apply what I had learned without any guidance.   Fortunately, I was determined enough to keep venturing into the water. I started teaching at Cambio in 2009, and here I received an amazing level of support and mentorship from many people in this teaching community.  I honed my skills in sequencing, adjusting, language, and I over time I learned to teach with confidence and grace."

    Extended YTT Co-Coordinator and Senior Teacher, Suzanne Mariska shares her experience in becoming a yoga teacher and how it inspires her in leading incoming trainees as they take their first steps on this journey. Continue reading Suzanne's unique experiences and this practice that leads you inward.

    Are you interested in becoming a yoga teacher? Or in doing training to deepen your own practice? What about sharing your YTT experience, or anything else that you'd like to see on the Yoga Living Project? Whatever it is, email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • In this week's installment of the Yoga Living Project, cambio. Yoga teacher Shelby Palmeri shares what changed her mind about hands-on adjustments. Read about her journey below and if you have anything you'd like to share on the matter (or any other topic) email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • This week’s installment of Yoga Living Project is brought to you by Austin Richman, whose unique perspective of how community can deepen your yoga practice is sure to influence your intentions and expectations when walking into the studio. Read below for insights on how to cross the threshold from vulnerability into intimacy, and how to hold that door open for others. What unique perspectives do view the world with? Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your thoughts for future Yoga Living Project installments.

  • In our first episode Yoga Living Project podcast co-host and owner of cambio yoga studio is interviewed by her brother, co-host, and cohort Austin Richman.

  • In this episode Amber Richman interviews her brother about working together, music, heartbreak, addiction and the motivation to change.

  • In this episode Morgen and Allan talk about a special type of yoga.

  • Local Company 7th Floor Vapes has asked our very own Taryn Sweeney to guide a short restorative series highlighting their new essential oil diffuser. It’s an easy sequence that you can do anytime of the day to relax.

  • This week on the Yoga Living Project we talk with one of our most fantastic beginner teachers Jennifer Barks about how to get started in yoga and everything that is entailed from finding the right teacher, to finding the right style of yoga, slowing things way down, and letting yourself have fun! If you have been wanting to try yoga, have been wanting a friend or family member to try or just need inspiration to reboot the beginner's mindset this is the podcast for you. Get that 2018 resolution to get on the mat with more consistency kick-started now!

  • In this week's installment we continue on with the exploration of "What is Yoga?", this time with less philosophy and more day-to-day insights of how it might show up in your life as cambio. Yoga teacher Erika de la Cuadra shares recent experiences as well as some homework to reflect on how you can make the most of your practice and strive for excellence. But now, we want to hear from you! Send your experiences into Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be feautured on the blog and connect with our Yoga Living Project community.  

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Yoga is a way of life and should be accessible to all.

 

Community is important. Everyone is a valuable member and we are here to serve our community.

 

Everyone is perfect just as they are. Everyone has their own path and is at a different point in life.

 

From physical abilities to beliefs, everyone is at the right place at the right time.

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