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Yoga and Intuitive Teaching
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Rhonlynn

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November 8, 2009 - 3:43 pm
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Dear Lea,

Namaskar!

There are times when intuition helps in teaching Yoga. Sometimes you can feel a student's problems and sometimes you can feel a student's inspiration. But the intuition you mention about adjusting strikes me as careful observation and your kind attention to detail. You see a student with incorrect alignment and you make a correction. It is a matter of stimulus and response in this case. That being said: You might be using intuitive touch when you physically adjust, but you are probably trained to respond to the touch too.

Hari Om Tat Sat.

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