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This afternoon I had a pretty amazing tech session on Yoga Nidra; it was completely new and novel, strange and wild, profoundly unique. And all of that can be very, very good (indeed, it really was), but it can also … Continue reading
As part of the anatomy section of this yoga teacher training program, all students are required to complete 10 hours of anatomy study on their own. Our anatomy teacher gave us a pre-work assignment to do before each of our … Continue reading
Tonight I had a tech session about pranyama – which is basically breath work. (Prana = “life force” [spirit, breath] and yama = “restraint” [control]. So pranyama loosely translates into actions which control the breath – breath work.) Interestingly, almost … Continue reading
It has been a long time since I’ve been at a tech session – three months, in fact. (I was curious, so I looked at my attendance log, and was a bit surprised when I realized it had been that … Continue reading
Today I participated in my second mentor-related class; and it was a rather different experience from my previous one. This session was good, but different. Here are the highlights: So far I have observed or participated in three mentor-related classes; … Continue reading
Today I attended my second (of three) small-group mentor meetings. (If you missed the summary of session #1, you can read it here.) Three of my peers taught a 30-40 minute segment from a class they developed; during (and after) … Continue reading