When yoga teacher Sarah Rehman guided her students through Squishy Tushy positions in a recent class, her lesson reached more than the five students lying on mats at her Flying Buddha Studio in Gaithersburg, Md. — two more watched through a video stream broadcast by her computer set up near the back of the studio. It’s all part of Rehman’s new normal. After being limited to virtual teaching for much of the pandemic, Rehman has seen students return to in-person classes since 2022 — but she believes there’s still an opportunity to get more hesitant students to return.
Yoga teachers adapt to new hybrid normal as studios reopen
June 28, 2023