Resources for Yoga Teaching
Keep your language clear and simple to hold your students attention. Is it really necessary to use anatomical terms in class?
Why not plan a session as an opportunity for your students to celebrate the human body with all its intricacies, wonders, flaws and limitations?
Ask your students to create their own one word mantra for use during their practice, placing attention upon it and intention behind it.
Find your own authentic teaching voice and let the unique, wonderful 'you' shine out of your teaching.
A useful exercise for teachers .....ask yourself after every single class you teach, 'what did I learn today?'
When temperatures rise in the summer months, busy classes can be steamy places. Help your students to stay cool by introducing Seetali breath into your class in creative ways.
When correcting a student in class, it's a fine line between helping and hindering.
A student in class just isn't feeling anything in a posture? Don't panic. Help them to notice what's really going on.
Having committed to running a retreat you will want to do your very best to ensure your students have an amazing experience. Running a successful retreat is not just about being an amazingly skilful teacher......You need first and foremost to be a good leader. To...
So your first retreat went well...that's great! But the work does not stop there. Plan ahead for success next year.
Tips to help you bring your student group together and help them form, gel and have a wonderful time on your retreat.
Put the time into planning and preparing your teaching before you head off. Really think about what you can offer your students and make your retreat special.