“Your videos are like GOLD to me. Living in rural upstate NY, I have little to no access to in-person movement experts. To be able to learn from you from afar is a gift—one that I’m happy to pay for. I realize that this first course was only 25 minutes long but the knowledge you’ve shared so far has made me feel empowered and set free. I can’t thank you enough.”
— COLLEEN MCKINNEY
“I LOVED every sec of these videos. Thank you for your efforts in creating this material Caitlin. For a teacher who is constantly bouncing from class to class, it was so amazing to pop your video on, get work in, and find balance and GOODNESS in my body. Plus, your cueing is so on point. I don’t even need to watch, I can just listen. Thank YOU!”
— MARYELLEN BRAVERSO
ME IN A NUTSHELL
"The content really is exceptional and will go a long, long way in the coming months and even years. It's so thorough and everything is well explained. I have loved watching the concept videos and the practice videos as well as joining in with the live calls as and when I could (it's great knowing I can go back to recordings of those I wasn't able to attend). It's all applicable to my current teaching and my personal practice and has given me something to get hold of in times when I've felt a little lost or ideas have dried up. I've had periods when my confidence has dipped and Cross-Fade has helped me to regain that. The writing prompts and e-mail list creation is giving me the kick I need to push forward with this and try to keep building my network."
— JUDE EVANS
PRACTICE HUMAN PODCAST
Multidisciplinary movement, therapy, and contemplative practices for modern life. If you are a body nerd who embraces movement across a wide array of disciplines, or a movement teacher looking to shake things up, you’ve come to the right place. Below are a few listener faves. Click here to see all episodes and follow us on Instagram @practicehuman
I was recently featured as a guest on Francesca Cervero’s podcast, The Mentor Sessions: Support + Strategy for Yoga Teachers. We discuss why I stopped referring to myself as a yoga teacher, some of the roadblocks we see other teachers run into as they try to make their teaching safer or more thoughtful when it comes to optimal musculoskeletal function, and the advice we can offer them from our experience.
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