Teacher Training weekend 6 recap

This past weekend was our sixth weekend together. The asana focus was on seated poses, primarily twists and forward folds. These poses are important for everyone, although they are often not given the same amount of attention as the other pose groups. Seated poses are important for creating and maintaining openness in the hips. It is hard for many people to sit on the floor and we have limited mobility in the hip joints due to constantly sitting in chairs. So work on this can help to keep us healthy through old age. Read More

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Teacher Training weekend 5 recap

The asana focus of our 5th weekend of teacher training was arm balancing and inverting. This is always a fun weekend to teach because there is always one or two breakthroughs with the students. Sometimes it is overcoming fear, sometimes there was a simple piece missing in a pose that made all the difference. It’s also a good opportunity to talk about honoring your own path and not being distracted by the journey (or handstand) of another student. We also continued to make our way through Pada 2 (Sadhana Pada) of the Yoga Sutras by Patanjali. Read More

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