As I stated in my last blog, I traveled to Greece and Croatia last month. This was at the peak of the classes I was teaching at an art gallery in Greeley, Co. The students were excited for me, however, I didn’t want them to miss any classes.
Therefore, I took some time on my trip to capture some classes on video. Honoring an earlier blog: Perfectionism, an Imperfect Practice, I chose to post as is, with no edits.
This was also a challenge, as I had a fear of doing videos. Said fear has been overcome. I have become a Facebook Live Whore! So if you have a fear of spending money to go overseas, just traveling overseas, or shooting videos, I highly recommend you get off your @$$ and just do it!
And here they are, for your viewing pleasure:
On the balcony of our first Airbnb. My very first video, complete with errors. Ha!
Dubrovnik, Croatia (Part 1 of Flow)
It started to rain in the middle of this one! I had fun anyway because that’s how Yogis roll…
Oia, Santorini – Greece (Part 2 Flow)
This was about the best view ever. Unfortunately, I forgot how to use my tripod and so could only actually use the cooling down floor poses. Still, check out that background!
Hope you enjoyed this! If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go? If you could teach a video class from said location, what would you teach?
5 thoughts on “Teaching Yoga from Abroad”
I would go to Croatia and do a yoga video about pranayama breathing 🙂 because it i key for me to succeed in my yoga practice.
Yes!! Love it!
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How amazing, I’ve never tried yoga! But, definitely traveling and teaching it would me amazing!
It was indeed! A dream come true. Try Yoga, you will love it!
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