Tips For Yoga Teachers. The Webinar Date Changed
Tips For Yoga Teachers
Have a feeling of friendliness toward your students. Don’t see yourself superior to them.
While giving instructions, keep your eyes open. It makes the students feel they are being observed for correctness. When guiding a meditation, you can close your eyes.
Keep your face relaxed. A tense teacher makes yoga look more challenging to learn.
If you are very flexible, don’t demonstrate your full range to beginner students. It may discourage some students.
If a student in your class can do asanas better than you, don’t feel nervous. Acknowledge that student, and sometimes use him/her as a model for demonstrating asanas. It will put you at ease.
Listen to the quality and volume of your voice. It should be pleasant and not a commanding voice. Use a microphone instead of speaking too loud.
Correct your students’ asanas without telling them they are doing it wrong. Just tell them that needs to be done.
Respect others’ opinions. Don’t get into arguments. They can ruin the whole class.
Be willing to learn from your students. You can learn a lot in so many ways.
Prepare for your class properly. Know your subject thoroughly. During the class, if you can’t answer a question, say so. Don’t mislead your students. They will respect you more for your honesty
Always end the class with a peaceful and inspiring note.
Art of Teaching
Mama said to her baby
Show me the ‘B’
The baby pointed to the ‘D’
Pointing to the ‘B’, said mama
YOU ARE RIGHT, that is ‘B”,
My baby, you are so clever
I will love you forever!
Mama said, let’s do more,
show me the nine.
Baby pointed to the four
Pointing to the nine, mama said
YOU ARE RIGHT, that is nine
I love you
You forever are mine!
My Hair Story 🙂
I started losing hair at an early age. When I came to Canada, I thought, here in Canada, they must have a cure for hair loss. So, I went to see a Doctor. After waiting in the waiting room for about an hour, I was led to the Doctor’s office. There I saw a fully bald Doctor:)
He asked me how he could help me? I said I had stomach pain.
Stories and Simplicity Of Guru Nanak
The Webinar Date Changed to July 12, 2020
Halifax Time 10:00 AM, India Time 6:30 PM(Corrected)
Duration: 90 minutes
Stories and Simplicity of Guru Nanak (and my personal connection)
Simple Exercises for Healthier Knees
Languages: English, Chinese, Italian, Latvian, and Spanish.
(If you would like to translate in other languages for your groups, please let me know.)