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Using Imagery Language to Help Yoga Students Achieve their Best

Yoga instructors can use specific language in their verbal cueing to offer their students specific images - those which most can relate to and benefit from. For instance, with Plank Pose one could suggest that students imagine that they are "pushing open a very big door, so spread your hands as much as you can and push through both the palms and fingers."

Yoga DVDs: Educational Value

Yoga DVDs are an alternative for students who are unable to come to classes as often as they would like. While the DVDs offer ease for students, it's important to note that they aren't as effective as in person instruction when it comes to perfecting form and offering modifications to poses in the routines.

Teaching Yoga in Schools: Generating Self-Respect

If you are a Yoga instructor who is teaching a group of students in a school setting, there are a number of ways to incorporate teaching them core values, such as a strong sense of self-respect, along with traditional Yoga asanas, pranayama exercises and meditation techniques.

Cultivating a Sense of Abundance in a Yoga Class

Cultivating an internal and an external sense of abundance will help your Yoga students to resonate with the highest energy of the holiday season. A peaceful, expansive sense of abundance will also help to offset the frenetic pace of the consumer and social aspects of many holiday gatherings.

Teaching Yogic Breathing Practices: Ujjayi Breathing

You may be teaching a Yoga class to a group of busy moms during the day or to students who are trying to squeeze an hour of Yoga in during their lunch hour. Because of the fast pace of our contemporary lifestyle, it is often helpful to begin a class with setting an intention for the practice and a few moments of grounding meditation.

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