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April 27, 2015
How to create deaf yoga students.
One suggestion when teaching classes - your yoga music should not be a shouting match with your voice. I was in a yoga class last week where I couldn't hear a single word my teacher said. Honestly, her voice was loud enough but the music was even louder. As we left, many students complained about it to each other.
Nobody mentioned it to our teacher, so she is still in the dark. At first, I thought I was the only one who was having trouble. As it turned out her front row were the only ones who could hear her. I will mention it to her, but she may take offense to it because she is playing it so loud she must be into it. If I have to leave for being honest it's not a problem. " title="Embarassed" />
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