Posts Tagged "Yoga and organ systems"

Learn to Be a Bat in Yoga

Posted by on Dec 7, 2016 in Teaching Tips, Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

Learn to Be a Bat in Yoga

Supported Shoulder Stand- Sarvangasana is a Longevity Key During the changing seasons, there is one yoga pose that purifies the mind/body and supports a change in perspective—Sarvangasana, shoulder stand. For those students who have mastered some version of shoulder stand and or headstand as a part of their home practice, this statement makes perfect sense. If you are a student who is still hoping to make friends with shoulder stand, the approach I offer here may help. Throughout my years of teaching I have successfully introduced students with a wide variety of physical conditions to the...

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Are You My Ideal Advanced Teacher Training Student?

Posted by on Mar 10, 2016 in Teaching Tips | 0 comments

Are You My Ideal Advanced Teacher Training Student?

“The teacher is the one who gets the most out of the lessons, and the true teacher is the learner.” ~Edward Hubbard, American Writer To become a really good teacher takes time in study and practice with equal amounts of self-questioning and self-affirmation. As we move toward the new yoga teacher training year beginning April 22nd, I am curious to meet those of you who hear the call to become really excellent yoga teachers. If you’re wondering if this training is for you, please ask yourself these questions. • If you are willing to think outside your own box and realize...

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What I learned about my organs.

Posted by on Apr 18, 2014 in Student Revelations | 0 comments

What I learned about my organs.

Student Janet Files reflects on our 500 Hour Teacher Training weekend, Yoga and the Organic Body. You will find some good food for thought to support you in your practice. Here Ryan is pictured in Janet’s new favorite pose… A twist! Thank You Janet! Reflections on yoga weekend, March 14, 2014: Yoga and the Organic Body The weekend on Yoga and the Organic Body made a deep impression on me.  I gained a better understanding of how the Divine Geometry of yoga moves all of the body from the outside to deeply within to benefit all of our systems. I knew this from reading but the...

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