yogic methodology

Yoga in Practice: Taking Control of Your Life

They applied their knowledge, and that of their mentors, completely. They saw an opportunity, focused completely, and used every possible skill to accomplish the end result. A person with limited intelligence can easily accomplish much by making friends, creating partnerships, influencing, and applying what they have learned with complete focus. Should we give up and stop learning new ideas? Of course not, but we should see the value in applying what we learn.

The Purpose of Yoga: Cultivating the Seeds of Success

This is not meant in an arrogant way, but please consider this: If I think my life is a lesson in defeat, and a hopeless journey, it will be. On the other hand, if I see opportunities in life, and act on them, at the right time, I will live a life of success and abundance. There is no special entitlement to the path of success. The power to find it is in your mind, and a positive attitude will help you when the time is right. The practice of Yogic methodology will turn any attitude into a positive one. As teachers, we spread the word and do our personal best to be good examples. If we manage to point our students toward an optimum lifestyle with success along the path, we have fulfilled our mission.

The Truth about Options for Yoga Teachers, Part 4

As the Baby Boom generation ages, this "spells out" job security for instructors who wish to specialize in teaching classes with a chair as the main prop. There is no better time than right now to get started, and Chair Yoga will continue to be in need for decades to come. Unfortunately, I do not have enough time for the demand for all of the chair based classes in my little corner of New England.

The Truth about Options for Yoga Teachers, Part 2

What I see most teachers do is somewhat similar to Bikram's style, but you may also see Sun Salutations and a variety of asanas that are not seen in most Bikram studios. Hot Yoga classes are popular for all adults. There are a surprising number of students who are beyond middle age in these classes.

The Truth about Options for Yoga Teachers, Part 1

This may not happen right away, and some instructors are very comfortable working with the "general population." When I look at my weekly schedule, I teach children, seniors with various levels of mobility, gentle classes to a targeted middle aged group, Restorative classes (which also attract students in the middle-aged range), Vinyasa classes to students who are usually in the 20 to 30 years of age range, and private sessions, which can cover just about anything.

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