Climbing out of a Rut
I have been teaching yoga for about 10 years and feel I have sunken into a rut. For example, during meditation, I tend to go through the same five or six relaxation routines. My students love guided imagery, so I manage to soothingly talk them through it every time-but I am so tired of it! What do you suggest to help bring back my enthusiasm?
Maty Ezraty has been teaching and practicing yoga since 1985, and she founded the Yoga Works schools in Santa Monica, California. Since the sale of the school in 2003, she has lived in Hawaii with her husband, Chuck Miller. Both senior Ashtanga teachers, they lead workshops, teacher trainings, and retreats worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.chuckandmaty.com.
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