Episode 239: Nobody likes how they look on Zoom

Jason has recorded hundreds (if not thousands!) of hours of asana and lecture videos in the last few years. It might be surprising for some of our listeners, then, to learn that he’s still a little self conscious about how he looks on video.

That’s what we’re talking about on today’s episode. Everyone has insecurities–even yoga teachers who have been getting in front of students for decades.


Mastering the Art of Yoga Sequencing is open for enrollment!

Previous podcasts about the art of teaching yoga with Jason:

Episode 186: Getting paid for teaching yoga online

Episode 151: Our Best Online Marketing Tips for Yoga Teachers


If you like the podcast, please leave a review or rating on iTunes! It makes it easier for others to find the podcast. If you don’t know how to leave a review, here are some step by step instructions. Woohoo! So easy!

Episode 241: Why we (still) practice yoga.

In some ways, it’s hard to believe that Jason and I have been practicing yoga for about 25 years—that’s a quarter of a century! You’d think that in that amount of time we would have gotten what we need from our practice—and you’d be right.  But yoga isn’t the type of...

read more

Episode 240: Will breaking with convention break your back?

“There’s more than one right.” This is something that Jason says often during his trainings. It applies to many different types of yoga postures (and many life circumstances, too!). For today’s episode, we’re talking about how it applies to backbending. Do you really...

read more

Episode 238: 4 Ways to Make Your Sequences More Consistent

Jason's back with one more episode on sequencing this week. We're talking about why consistency is so important for teaching asana skills. Then he shares four ways he plans his yoga class sequences to give students more consistency and create an environment where they...

read more


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This