Creating a Theme-Centered Class
Lastly, make refinements. Experiment with vocabulary, pacing and the volume and inflection of your voice. Then test it out! Most likely, you will delight in the results. "Themes have only brought more focus to my classes, creating a more profound experience for my students," shares Manchester. "They are a wonderful way to allow them to reflect inside and see themselves more fully."
Sara Avant Stover is a yoga instructor and freelance writer who divides her time between Chiang Mai, Thailand and New England. Visit her Web site, www.fourmermaids.com.
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