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What Should a Yoga Teacher Know About Teaching Relaxation Sequences?
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June 9, 2006 - 2:34 pm
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Hi there,

I am not sure that I have the correct answer to your question, but I thought I would reply anyway. I always have told my students to get up slowly on their side as it is a much smoother and easier transition than just popping up out of savasana. I think it helps to prevent dizziness from sudden movement especially if the student has been lying down for quite awhile. To be honest, I did not realize it was the left side only we were supposed to use. Perhaps someone else can shed some light on this question. I hope I helped a little bit. :)



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