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Yoga Teacher Tips: Addressing Difficult Students (2/2)

Posted by on Mar 17, 2016 in Teaching Tips, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Yoga Teacher Tips: Addressing Difficult Students (2/2)

Continuing on my two-part series: To undergo the healing journey, each person will need to embrace the sensations inside their own bodies and the messages that are hidden within. Learning to recognize and inspire positive change is a powerful gift to give through your yoga teaching practice. You can sign up today for my 2016 Transformation Teacher Training. Step 5 – Guide a challenging student into their body. Ask them to feel and describe their pain, the location of the pain, the color of the pain, the shape, and the texture. Guide them in simple deep breathing with long inhalations...

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Become a Great Yoga Teacher

Posted by on Feb 5, 2016 in Teaching Tips, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Become a Great Yoga Teacher

Becoming a good Yoga Teacher begins with our personal practice. While on our yoga mats, we want to build internal awareness and learn to clear the channels, also known as Nadis. Using alignment and subtle action, we can create an experience of inner space and stability. Many teachers and students move through their yoga practice as if the outer expression of the pose were more important than the inner expression of the pose. This misplaced focus often results in a lack of stability and a loss of connection with the subtle energies. Through my experience and training in the Iyengar Method, I...

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