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July 29, 2005 - 8:06 am
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Hi Everyone,

I realize some students will continue to gab even when a teachers says o.k. let's focus. This can happen at the beginning when there is a lot of unorganized emergy in the room. But the best way to get everyone on the same page is Sun Salutations.

Warm ups do well, but if you have a student who can't concentrate, Sun Salutations will do the trick. Afterward you can always speak to students with too much nervous energy about concentrating in class. No need to make a big deal, but if it keeps happening you've got to make rules.

This is why Bikram has such strict rules during class time. He dsn't want anyone to disrupt his Yoga class with chatter.



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