- You’ll figure out who you are as a teacher
When you are alone with us, we will focus on your strengths and weaknesses as a teacher so that you can grow and develop your own unique talents. We will ask you, “How do you present the idea of yoga to your students?” Once we have defined your point of view, we will take a look at where you are missing the mark and build on what you are really good at. When you teach what you are good at, it feels truly authentic, whether it’s alignment, anatomy or philosophy.
- You’ll grow into a master
Claiming a room and being exceptionally certain doesn’t come effectively to certain individuals. A few educators don’t have the certainty to state, “Actually no, not in my room, not that way.” We’ll show the abilities to catch up on “no” with helpful strides forward, which makes a more associated instructor understudy relationship. We’ll additionally chip away at drawing in with the class and getting your understudies to realize that you see them.
- Think before you say
If you want to say something, make sure you know what you are saying and why. For example, when aligning, one size fits all is impossible. I will not teach you “hints” that you can recite. Many times people don’t know what is in their mouth and why they say that.