Refine, refine, refine
I recently had the pleasure of attending an Advanced Teaching Intensive with the inspiring teacher Natalie Rousseau. This training focused on the hard skills of teaching and encouraged delving deeper into the inspiration and core values of why we teach yoga with the intention to help us refine what we offer and how. This self inquiry has caused me to look deeply at what drives me to teach and run the studio. You will notice that there are a few less classes on the schedule than in the previous months and this is due to the newly recognized need for me to refine our offerings - both as a studio and as a teacher.
One of the reasons I go to a yoga class, as opposed to practicing at home or taking a class online, is to learn. I love learning and nothing inspires me more than the discovery of a new aspect of practice and all it has to offer. To create space for me to continually learn and be inspired to work with new knowledge until it becomes my own so I can share it with you in an authentic way I realize I need to teach less. I need a bit more time to plan ahead for exciting new offerings that can be delivered with enthusiasm and skill. I hope that you understand and perhaps are inspired to look at ways you can do the same for yourself.
2/1/2016 05:46:52 pm
This reeks of authenticity! Well done Sarah Jane. Can't wait to see what you come up with next. I applaud you for honouring yourself and in turn your students. Much love and warmth to you.
8/9/2017 09:50:38 pm
My sister has hired the best coach for yoga at home and also provide the best tips daily. Through the yoga ladies have become a very strong and active. Few ladies are joining the yoga center and set the routine for doing yoga practice.
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