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Need Help For My Multi-Level Class
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Jeanné

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July 31, 2005 - 1:04 pm
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Namaskar,

Although any posture can be modified, I have run across something new in my Yoga classes. I have a few students over 70 years of age who enjoy being out in the evening. This may change over winter with ice and snow, but these girls are really into it and the rest of my class get along with them extremely well.

I make chairs available for anyone who wants one. Then I show the posture both ways (with and without the chair). Most often I demonstrate everything with the chair when I am not walking the room. This makes everyone more comfortable when the teacher demonstrates with a prop.

My suggestion is always show how to do a posture with a prop, unless you have very flexible students.

Peace,

Tomako

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