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April 27, 2015
I read all 3 of your posts today and am in agreement with your writings. They say we shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but most of us have been guilty of this. Once a student protested that she wouldn't use props in my classes. She felt it was an insult to her dignity. She hated yoga props and it seemed she didn't think much of me either.
We talked after class and I explained about the value of holding asana for therapy, strength, self-realization, and stress reduction. Time has passed and she is still in my Yoga classes. For both of us Yoga as therapy was a great lesson beyond the therapeutic application.
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