Introduction Section

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  1. - Done yoga before?
    - General fitness level?
    - Any injuries / pain / illnesses?
    - Any idea of what you’d like to get out of yoga?
    - Modifications – unlikely but ok with physical adjustments if necessary

    - Heart / Chest opening
    - Physical but rest at any time. ...
  2. Yoga Etiquette
    Movement and Breath
    Extension and Flexion of the Spine
  3. Take 2 blocks and a strap
    Namaste everyone. My name is Juliet and this is a 60 minute vinyasa flow class . Thank you for joining me is it anyone's first yoga class? Welcome! Please remember this is your practice I am just your guide so listen to your body if anything doesn't feel right or is painf...
  4. Take 2 blocks and a strap to help with modifications.
    Namaste everyone. My name is Juliet and this is a 60 minute vinyasa flow class . Thank you for joining me is it anyone's first yoga class? Welcome! Please remember this is your practice I am just your guide so listen to your body if anything do...
  5. Take 2 blocks and a strap to help with modifications.
    Namaste everyone. My name is Juliet and this is a 60 minute vinyasa flow class . Thank you for joining me is it anyone's first yoga class? Welcome! Please remember this is your practice I am just your guide so listen to your body if anything do...
  6. **take 2 blocks and a strap
    Namaste everyone. My name is Juliet and this is a 60 minute vinyasa flow class . Thank you for joining me is it anyone's first yoga class? Welcome! Please remember this is your practice I am just your guide so listen to your body if anything doesn't feel right or is pai...
  7. AS WITH ALL THE SEQUENCES IN 40 DAYS TO PERSONAL REVOLUTION, THE TWENTY-MINUTE PRACTICE BEGINS WITH THE FOLLOWING THREE INTEGRATION POSES:
    Child’s Pose, Downward Facing Dog, and Ragdoll. These poses allow us to come into our bodies and shift our minds from distraction to direction.
  8. . LOWER BACK PAIN, SCIATICA, ETC. MANY REASONS FOR LOWER BACK PAIN, IMPORTANT TO LISTEN TO BODY, HAVE IT CHECKED OUT IF NEED BE, TAKE IT EASY WHEN EXERCISING AND MOVING
    4. KEY APPROACH TODAY, SLOW, MINDFUL, GENTLE, TUNING IN TO WHAT'S GOING ON IN BODY
  9. Guidelines for yoga teachers:

    A. You may spend the first 10 mins explaining the purpose and theme of the yoga class.

    B. Next you may demonstrate each pose in a simple way, without focusing too much on alignment.

    C. Holding the yoga poses for long is not the idea here, it has to be more of p...
  10. Introducing;
    1. Cobra and Variations - Sun B Sequence
    2. Up Dog from Cobra - Sun B Sequence
    3. High lunge into Warrior - Warrior Sequence
    4. Threading the needle - Reverse Half Pigeon
    5. Half Pigeon from Table Top and Down Dog
    6. Seated Twist with Spin to the other side
  11. Sometimes when we a faced with a daunting task or situation, we feel overwhelmed, even fearful.
    Robin Sharma says "The fears we don't face become our limits" So...what does it take to face those fears?? Courage!!

    "Lean forward" she said from across the room, standing with her hand on her hip
    ...
  12. Hello and welcome. Thank you all for joining me today.
    *You may have noticed all the PROPS set up near your mat for the yummy RESTORATIVE of the our practice. I will explain how we are going to use those a little later.
    * So to begin with, we will be doing a short and gentle yoga sequence tha...
  13. You will need to blocks.

    We will start in supta baddha konasana. So one block goes underneath your head, another just below your shoulder blades. Arms to the side.
    Legs extend to the front or feet meet creating a diamond shape.

    Start to reconnect with your breath.
  14. We start in a wide legged child's pose, so knees apart, arms extended forward, hips sinking back towards the heels and forhead to the floor.

    Close your eyes and start to reconnect with your breath. Feel the air as it enters your body on your exhale and the air streaming out of your body on the e...

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Introduction Section Variations

Introduction Section Variations: Below are some common variations of the yoga pose Introduction Section with base pose as Section (Section).

Introduction Section Steps

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    Guidelines for yoga teachers:
  1. You may spend the first 10 mins explaining the purpose and theme of the yoga class.
  2. Next you may demonstrate each pose in a simple way, without focusing too much on alignment.
  3. Holding the yoga poses for long is not the idea here, it has to be more of playful way to appreciate their bodies.
  4. Take breaks when you sense the kids need it. And if this is their first class go slow and steady with the movements.
  5. Throughout the yoga sequence teach them the idea of Focus and Balance.

Introduction Section Modifications

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Introduction Section Titles in English and Sanskrit

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