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Many levels of ‘restoration’

Midway through my yoga teacher training experience I took a workshop on Yin Yoga – which is an extensive (and intensive) form of restorative yoga. If you have been following along with my yoga journey, you may recall that my … Continue reading

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Finding the teacher within

This afternoon I completed my second (of two) teaching labs.  For the first hour of class today we got into small groups, taught a very brief 5-minute sequence to our peers, and received any feedback our ‘students’ wanted to share … Continue reading

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When the student is ready, the message will appear.

Lately, I’ve been in a yoga funk. The sessions I’m attending for the yoga teacher certification are starting to feel more like obligations and “work” than like enjoyable extra-curricular activities. I’m not getting to physically move in most of these … Continue reading

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Refining, fine-tuning, adjusting

This morning I had a tech session focused on adjusting students in various asanas (poses). Adjustments can be verbal or physical: When a teacher gives a student a specific verbal direction (such as “Move your foot there”), that’s an adjustment. … Continue reading

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