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Well, this is it – my last yoga class. Actually, let me be more specific (and more accurate): this is my last class for my RYT 200 Yoga Teacher Training Program. This is by no means my last yoga class, … Continue reading
After work today I attended a tech session on warm-ups and savasana – though the class was primarily focused on warm-ups. Which was actually nice for me, in that I feel like the class I had just two days ago … Continue reading
This evening I had my last yoga teacher training core session. (Technically, I still have one make-up session to complete because of a class that was canceled due to a snow storm back in February… but effectively, tonight’s class was … Continue reading
We have approached the second-to-last class. Well, that’s not completely accurate. Today was the second-to-last core class. But in my journey on this teacher training path, I still have one make-up core class to finish (the one that was canceled … Continue reading
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
Today my yoga cohort group had our first (of two) teaching labs. These labs are the sessions where we put theory into practice, and actually begin teaching a full-on asana sequence to other people – and then receive feedback about … Continue reading