Students are coming to the yoga class for several reasons. Some people want to stretch and relax, some try to reduce weight or tone muscles, and others want to grow deeper into a yogic practice. With this, the work of the instructor may be somewhat tricky, as not all students or asanas (poses) are of the same size. As you meet with students of different ages at different levels, keep in mind that it is your job to keep students safe and happy. When setting up students for each of the asanas, give solid instructions and gentle guidance, but do not force anyone in a situation where they are not comfortable enough.
Yoga instructors need to know their students in the background of medical restrictions and injuries. If a particular post affects students, they must inform them of the changes they require. You can handle this problem by guiding the general grade to the whole class or going to a particular student and speaking low. Many people have back problems, knee problems or weak wrists and ankles. Instructors should be aware of which poses are able to irritate these areas and then alert their students accordingly.
We model each student's report, then walk around and make minor changes as we see it. If you experience great difficulties, set the main problem, but do not expect perfection. Inexperienced students often adapt to themselves as they know the positives better. Be careful not to turn off all the small parts of the pose. As long as the student does not endanger himself, let the minor mistakes elongate.
Tell students how to make themselves happy
The best yoga instructors repeat the students over and over again: "If you do not feel right, set it up" or "do what's right for you". Although one group is often practiced, yoga is a personalized personal activity. Students get rid of what they put into it, but not necessarily the instructor's work too far. Instructors can encourage students to work in the best possible ways and to become more and more disturbed. But since all members of the class can be at different levels, the instructor should not feel that everyone should be placed in the same post for the same time.
Over half of the 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Courses spend time on technical aspects of asanas, modifications, adjustments, and lesson plan preparation. With so much time that is devoted to Asan, you may think we must be ready. The truth is that yoga teachers never stop learning. Each student is unique in many ways. You can not present a yoga course. At best, a yoga instructor course can build a strong and secure knowledge base. That's why we continue to study workshops, camps, seminars, intensive and all yoga students.
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