New Blog Post: The Choice To Thrive


“Do you teach at a yoga studio?”



“I really loved it when you taught at XYZ Yoga Studio.”



“Are you planning on teaching again at XYZ yoga studio?”



Dear Yoga Student, 

I know these questions  come from a well intentioned place. I know that the studio was convenient for you. I know that you don’t understand that sometimes, I taught 2 hours of Mysore style Ashtanga for under $10. I know that you don’t understand that most of your monthly membership went to pay for the overhead of the yoga studio and not to me. I know you don’t understand that the average yoga teacher in my area gets paid around $25 to $30 per class which is roughly around 10-15% of the money the studio collected for the class. The other 90% goes to all the amenities you love and the convenient location.  I know that you don’t understand how teaching and doing assists for hours wreaks havoc on my body.

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Saturday 19th June

10am NYC | 3.00pm UK | Pune 7.30pm | Bali 10pm


Hosted by Adam Keen & Eddie Stern


The aim of this panel discussion to look to the future, for, as any living tradition, Ashtanga Yoga must also evolve as a living and working, method. A skilful look to the future, does not demolish the past. The smarter move is to build upon it. 

To this end we have sought to bring the respected voices of ashtanga into dialogue with a newer generation of teachers, those perceived to be taking it into the future. Bringing the experienced and new together for the first time in the Ashtanga community to share and learn from one another. 

The discussion promises to be a most exciting and ground-breaking one touching upon issues such as inclusivity – culturally and individually, the role of the teacher and the meaning of tradition for current times to name but a few of the fundamental topics that now urgently require our further, collective reflection.

In order that all teachers voices are properly heard, we have divided the panel into two smaller panels with a short interlude between each for audience questions and feedback. The event will be of respectful and thoughtful tone, and promises to be unique in the history of ashtanga so far in offering such an open and collective, communal reappraisal.

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