The holidays are a prime time for traveling . But the conditions we often face during our travels aren't always conducive ... (continued)
I Really liked this. I actually felt this is what my teacher had did with me. Each week she seemed to be teaching poses that were exactly what I needed. When my back hurt, it was legs up the wall and side stretches. When I had acid stomach, it was more breathe related poses to help bring calm and centring.
So getting to know your students is utterly important...otherwise I probably wouldn't return week to week, and even take her one on one classes.
Thanks Simone. You are an inspiration.
I agree with Kerri... I already have a subscription and just want to enjoy the website!
There should be an option on the pop-up for YJ subscriptions to let you know that I am already a subscriber!
a great reminder about our commitment to all around us - especially our students...
Great article. I've found it's necessary to have boundaries with how much you engage with your students outside the classroom. A charity event is a fabulous way to bring your classroom together for a higher purpose, have a sense of wellbeing - and create fun memories.