There are over a dozen really nifty features within the Drag & Drop Yoga Lesson Plan Creator, but one of the best features has got to be the SHARED yoga lesson plans. Today we’re feeling a wee bit happy with ourselves because we just passed a rather big milestone.
**** Update: There are now 1500+ SHARED yoga lesson plans within the Drag & Drop Yoga Lesson Plan Creator ****
If you’ve already got the Yoga Teacher Lesson Plan Kit, you have access to 500+ yoga lesson plans shared by yoga teachers from all over the world.
And it gets better.
Every day 10 to 20 new yoga lesson plans are being shared.
Top 10 Reasons Why Hundreds Of Yoga Teachers, Trainers & Trainees Are Having Their Yoga Teaching World’s Rocked With The Drag & Drop Yoga Lesson Plan Creator
Reason To Rock 1
Quickest Way To Learn
Editing yoga lesson plans that were created from other yoga teachers is one of the quickest ways to improve your own teaching. Even if you’ve been teaching for 30 years or more, you’ll learn a lot from using and editing plans created from other yoga teachers. You don’t have to edit the shared lesson plans. You could just copy a shared lesson plan and not edit it. When you copy a lesson plan, it will be added to your personal yoga lesson plans where you can download as a PDF or edit it (e.g. delete poses or add new poses).
Reason To Rock 2
With a yoga lesson plan, you feel less pressure.
Reason To Rock 3
With a yoga lesson plan, you don’t misjudge time.
Reason To Rock 4
The Drag & Drop Yoga Lesson Plan Creator
stores every lesson plan you create (or copy from a “shared lesson plan”). That means you can keep track of what you have taught throughout the months and years.
Reason To Rock 5
With a yoga lesson plan you understand the Big Picture of the lesson. Without the big picture, your classes run into the danger of becoming just another run-of-the-mill exercise class.
Reason To Rock 6
Drag & Drop
You’ll save lots of time creating yoga lesson plans with the revolutionary, easy to use, drag & drop feature.
Reason To Rock 7
Winging It Doesn’t Work
Winging it (on-the-fly teaching without creating a plan) sounds good but rarely produces good results. The myth is that if you’re a really experienced yoga teacher, you shouldn’t need a lesson plan. That’s OK if you’re teaching the same thing each week (e.g. Bikram yoga), but if you mix things up a bit on a weekly basis, creating a yoga lesson plan is a good practice to get into.
Reason To Rock 8
The easy to use, drag & drop feature allows creativity to flow. A blank sheet can cause writer’s (yoga teacher’s) block.
Reason To Rock 9
Practice On Mat
Once you’ve completed the lesson plan, you can practice it on your mat. This preparation will give you lots of confidence going into a class.
Reason To Rock 10
Practice In Your Mind
You can practice the yoga lesson plan within your mind using this yoga lesson planning visualisation technique
. I print, fold and place my yoga lesson plan in my back pocket. Then throughout the day I’ll look at the plan and imagine myself teaching the class.
I copied this visualisation technique from Olympic athletes. Every single successful Olympic athlete mentally rehearse their event. I think every single yoga teacher could benefit from whipping out their lesson plan, closing their eyes and visualising how they are going to teach.
For example, I’ll look at my yoga lesson plan
and visualise myself teaching “standing forward bend” (if that’s one of the poses in my plan). I’ll read the “teaching directions” on the lesson plan for standing forward bend and visualise myself saying those words. I’ll read through the benefits, precautions, modifications and alternatives for the pose, and visualise myself telling the class.
If there’s a student I know who shouldn’t go into a standing forward bend, I’ll read one of the modifications on the lesson plan and visualise myself adjusting the student (e.g. into a half forward bend).
If you visualise teaching your class for a few short minutes, I promise your students will notice the difference (and so will you).