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April 27, 2015
I've been reading these yoga forums quite a bit and am grateful for the wealth of information that i have been able to learn through the sharings of others, thank you. Today I come for the first time as a user with a question of my own.
I have been practicing asana for nearly a decade and have tried many of the different approaches available. Over the last 4 years or so, my practice has become largely, nearly entirely, a home practice. Many videos in my home collection, My Yoga Online, and quite often just following the flow which the body intuitively "feels out" as a response to where I am or how I feel at that time.
I have come to really value my pranayama practice, meditation, as well as the wisdom of some of the scripture - the impact on my life has been wonderful. I love the opportunity to share what I have learned with willing individuals, and the marvel and health of our bodies has always been of great interest to me. The difficulty that I am having, is feeling uninspired (perhaps blind even), to creating asana practice that I can lead others through. Is it correct to think that trying to share anything beside asana is quite difficult in a 60 minute class?
I have completed all aspects of the yoga teacher training here at Aura, and even have a class script that I have rehearsed but have yet to submit, but it seems so contrived, and myself so lacking in an ability to create a series of other classes or flows, that I have been doubting whether or not I might truly be a yoga teacher who can help others along in their practice. Thank you for your time and consideration.
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