YOGA IN YOUR TIME | FROM ANYWHERE
.. roll out your mat,
prepare to CONTORT
CHOOSE what you want
here, in short :
VOICE & LANGUAGE
Plain language is easily understood. Consider the background of your students in terms of culture, education, and experience to determine the appropriate language to use in your teaching. Define terms when necessary.
POWER OF WORDS
Words are powerful. We can choose to use them constructively with words of encouragement, or destructively using words of despair. Words have energy and power with the ability to help, heal, hinder, hurt, humiliate and to humble.
Naming the student
Building a community
Some cues tell students what to do, while others give more information about how to do it. The clearer you become as a teacher about what cues you are giving, the better your students will understand what you want them to perform.
experience talking about something you are passionate about
mood change - negative talk vs positive or truthful
trick your weak you're strong