Yoga Lesson Planning Skills

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Skill
Learn Joint Actions Used When Practicing Yoga Poses

Time
Dip in and learn whenever you feel the urge

Difficulty
6/10

Overview

This is a crash course on the joint actions used when practicing yoga poses.

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Don’t Freak Out

 

99.9% of yoga teacher trainees utterly freak out when it comes to learning “yoga anatomy”.

The other 0.1% are either lying to themselves, or have had some sort of medical training where they have been exposed to “anatomy”. So, don’t feel bad. You’re in good company with the 99.9% of us.


Learning Yoga Anatomy Is A Fab Challenge

 

Learning yoga anatomy is not easy. For most people it will be an epic challenge. Accept it.

Not all things in life are meant to be easy.

Embrace the wondrous hardness of learning yoga anatomy.

 

“Enjoy the hard. Be at one with the hard. Feel the hard. Luxuriate in the hard. OK. I may very well be labouring “hard”, but the message I want to get across is that hard is a really good thing. Hard is not something to run from. Hard is not something to back away from. Hard is not something that’s out to ruin your well cultivated inner peace. In fact, engaging the mind, body and soul in something hard (but not overwhelming) is mentally, physically and emotionally a very healthy thing to do.” 

GEORGE WATTS

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