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Discuss the art and craft of teaching yoga

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For the price of one single drop in class each month, you'll have access to mentorship with master teacher Judith Hanson Lasater.

Live telephone calls are 60 minutes once a month.

Afterwards, you'll receive a written summary and link to download the recording.

Each call is hosted by Judith's daughter, yoga teacher, Lizzie Lasater.

Discuss and support each other in the richness of our profession


Live Monthly Calls

Next meeting: February 6th, 2018

Learn from an Expert

Judith Hanson Lasater

Judith Hanson Lasater

Ph.D., Physical Therapist

Judith Hanson Lasater has been practicing yoga since 1970, teaching yoga since 1971, and helping to train teachers since 1974. 

Her other credentials include:

– Author of nine books on yoga
– Co-founder of the Yoga Journal Magazine
– Received a Senior Teaching Certificate personally from BKS Iyengar
– Co-founder of the California Yoga Teachers Association
– Early board member of YogaAlliance
– Ph.D in East West Psychology
– Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy

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From Lucy Maresh

Thank you for another great Office Hours. I love this monthly opportunity to connect with Judith, her teachings and my fellow students. It is so reassuring to hear the questions that come from Lizz...

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Access to Judith, live, for one full hour per month, in the comfort of my own home. It really doesn't get any better than that! Thank you Judith for using modern technology to continue to share you...

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From jo burningham

At this time, on my journey; I'm finding Judith Office Hours is re-affirming what I already know although wasn't aware that i knew it. Judith often says you find the right words if you listen and ...

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From Arlene Riley

The discussions are extremely helpful to me as both a student and an instructor. Judith has a wonderful way of drawing on her vast knowledge of any given subject and explaining it's relevancy to ...

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About Your Host

Lizzie Lasater

Lizzie Lasater

M.S., E-RYT 200

Lizzie Lasater researches the pleasure of deceleration through teaching Restorative yoga workshops and retreats. Trained as an Architect at Columbia University in New York City, her design practice includes producing digital yoga trainings and creating a line of 3D-printed spirit necklaces. 

Raised in San Francisco, Lizzie now lives in the Alps with her Austrian husband. Follow her posts about finding silence and connect with her directly on social media:

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Archive of Past Topics

Available to order

Email us below!

  1. Passion for Practice: Finding inspiration for ourselves and our students.
  2. Intuition: Trust yourself first.
  3. Philosophy: Teaching from the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali.
  4. Meditation: Mindfulness on the mat.
  5. Pelvis: The center of movement in asana.
  6. Pranayama: Deepening our relationship to breath.
  7. Empathy: Seeing your students with soft eyes.
  8. Savasana: The 20 minute miracle.
  9. Standing Poses: A fresh perspective.
  10. Inversions Part 1: Visit a place of anxiety-free living.
  11. Inversions Part 2: Focus on women.
  12. Pedagogy: The art of teaching.
  13. Asana and Aging: Yoga over 50.
  14. Restorative Yoga: Time for integration.
  15. Teaching Restorative Yoga: Silence is not empty.
  16. Mistakes: Learning from what goes "wrong" in teaching.
  17. Teaching Your Practice: From habit to ritual.
  18. Unconditional Regard: Seeing our students with soft eyes.
  19. Anatomy Lab: Questions about alignment.
  20. What is Yoga Therapy?
  21. Satya: A practice for our time.

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