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April 27, 2015
There are many Yoga asana options at level 1. The first book in the Camp in a box has 417 postures and a good number of them are difficult. As most of you know, there are two more Yoga books, a teacher lesson plan DVD, and much more information. After you become a level 1 Yoga teacher, you have alot of information to teach yoga classes with. I know Yogi was joking again, but you have many modifications to make postures more or less difficult.
If that dsn't work maybe they really do need a drill sergeant. Paul wrote an article about boot camp Yoga for navy seals. " title="Laughing" /> Maybe we need a course for people who want to be tortured in their Yoga classes. I'm starting to think Bikram is sensible and sane.
Funny, most people begging for tougher Yoga classes can't last two minutes practicing kapalabhati pranayama. They will run out the door once the temperature is above 75 and they cry like babies if you practice Vinyasa flow for more than 10 minutes.
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