Creative Assists for Yoga Teachers

led by Morgan Andrews

Saturday, October 14
9:00am – 5:00pm
with a 90- min lunch break

Early Bird rate $75 by/on October 1st, Regular rate $90

Prerequisite: Attendees must have completed a yoga teacher training and/or taught yoga classes with some consistency.

Click here to register!


For every pose in yoga, there are countless ways for a teacher to support students in finding greater alignment, ease, and depth in their practice. In this one-day workshop we will explore methods to better assist students through verbal, visual, and hands-on cuing and even use our arms, legs, feet and heads to create further points of connection. Bring your questions and experiences as a yoga teacher and we shall unpack them as a community of teachers and learners at Studio 34.

Morgan Andrews has been practicing yoga for over 25 years and became a studio teacher in 2009. His skills in hands-on assists grew through 300 hours of training with Ana Forrest (Forrest Yoga) and ten years of study with Zhenja La Rosa (ex-Anusara Yoga). Morgan’s teaching style roots itself in the pedagogy of Augusto Boal and Jana Sanskriti (Theatre of the Oppressed) with whom he also trained, as well as Philly’s Contact Improv and experimental dance community, which he supports as Studio 34’s Arts Manager. Morgan has taught Performance and Socially Engaged Art at Goddard College and Tufts University and leads the Yoga Sequencing portion of Studio 34’s Yoga Teacher Training.