Understanding the Ayurvedic Doshas and having the ability to identify Kapha, Pitta and Vata constitutions in others gives yoga teachers and yoga therapists insights into client issues and greater awareness of client reactions. Being aware of the different Dosha characteristics provides the ability to tailor classes and programs for enhanced client engagement.
Donna Farhi shares an extract from her book, Teaching Yoga: Exploring the Teacher-Student Relationship. In this extract, she elaborates on how to be the most authentic, ethical Yoga teacher you can be, how to understand what ethical behaviour is and a process for determining whether a behaviour or course of action is ethical.
Annette Loudon details her experiences teaching Yoga to those with conditions, including cerebral palsy, MS, and quadriplegia.
Internationally acclaimed Yoga teacher, Judith Hanson Lasater, describes what she feels are the most important guidelines for Yoga teachers.
Here are 11 simple tips that can make or break your success as a professional Yoga Therapist.
Therapeutic Yoga classes can be a valuable part of Yoga Therapy practice it is more than just a yoga class, but more financially accessible than a one-on-one consultation.
Can people with intellectual disability benefit from yoga? We take a quick look at two studies and what they revealed.