Try This Simple Tip to Build a Balanced Yoga Sequence

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How can you offer a truly well-rounded yoga practice for your students? In the video above, teacher Rina Deshpande—who leads our new online course, The Culture & Practice of the Yama—offers a perspective on asteya, or non-stealing, that can apply to your sequencing.

Watch also How Asteya Can Help You Set Up Boundaries

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