The first one is called PocketYoga. They do have an App, but if you just want to browse the
different poses, you can simply visit their website as well. They have a full library of poses,
each pose have English name, Sanskrit name, image, detail instructions, and even the
previous pose and variations. It literally covers everything you need. It comes very handy especially when I’m designing sequence.
Second tool I used is my own yoga template in Google sheet. Covers the image of each
pose, regression, progression, English name, Sanskrit name, breath, gazing point, muscle,
and instructions. (but then I got lazy and skipped muscles cause it’s so hard to remember,
haha) I use this format to fill in what we learned from YTT, and also to create my own
The last app I wanna recommend is Calm, a meditation App. They cover different themes
and durations to serve different purposes. Such as focus training, anxiety, stress relief, or
deep sleep. The host has an amazingly soothing voice and can calm you down at any time.
They even partnered with some celebrities and recorded some bedtime stories. Get used to
Matthew McConaughey gently saying good night to your ear!
Feb’20 Weekend YTT