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June 15, 2010 - 2:33 pm
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Hi Kiley,

Good advice Kuldeep.

Kiley - we've been where you are. Don't beat up on yourself. Self-doubt proves your intelligent, but don't let the doubts take over.If you're required to make a lesson plan 60 minutes it can be done. If it's a class that's focused on asana, you could run it up to 50 minutes and do a short 10 minute pranayama and meditation segment.

If it's a class that needs meditation, you could meditate for 20 minutes and split up the rest. We had one yoga teacher in Gold's that taught a 20-20-20 minute split between pranayama, asana, and meditation. Believe it or not, this class was a sell out (no open spaces) and extremely popular with the body builders. If you're working on your practical exam, I like Kuldeep's asana sandwich. It's very creative!



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