Best plan for providing yoga lessons
Best plan for providing Yoga Lessons
If you want to get some yoga done, and want to learn yoga so that you could make some money out of it then you should get these yoga lessons in your mind and get started.
1. Yoga Lesson Plans Focusing On A THEME
There are literally millions of yoga class themes you can pluck from the either. Let your imagination go slightly bonkers.
Remember to constantly let you students know what the theme is!
Briefly mentioning your theme at the beginning of class and never mentioning it again is not a theme. It’s a normal yoga class. To make your classes stand out so that your students keep coming back, you need to mention your theme 10, 20, 30 or more times during the class. Then your ‘theme’ will sink into the hearts and minds of your students.
2. Yoga Sūtras
The Yoga Sūtras of Patañjali are 194 Indian sūtras (aphorisms) that form the foundations of yoga. There’s enough material in the Sutras for at least 194 themes. So get your Yoga Sutra book out or look on the Internet for inspiration.
3. Yoga Lesson Plans
Focusing On A PEAK POSE
Pick a pose to PEAK at the end of your class.
To add a bit of spice to the theme you can add a spiritual touch to it as well. For example, if your peak pose is a backbend such as BRIDGE POSE or BOW POSE, you can talk about the ‘heart centre’. You could say something like this when your students are doing a backbend: “When opening your chest, you’re also opening your heart chakra. You are stretching spiritually by unlocking the heart centre, which opens you up to receive and give more love in your life.”
4. Yoga Lesson Plans
Focusing On A GROUP OF POSTURES
Arm Balances – You could include several Arm Balances such as: Arm pressure Balance, Crane, Inclined Plane, Inclined Plane Variations, Firefly Balance, One Legged Sage Balance and Peacock.
Backbends – You could include several Backbends such as: Lotus, Sphinx, Cobra, Upward Facing Dog, Crocodile, Crescent Moon, Frog, Bow, Gheranda, Camel, East Stretch, Bridge, Fish, Upward Facing Bow, Inverted Staff, Advanced Bow, Reclined Hero, Pigeon, Royal Pigeon.
Other postures are Bandhas, Breathing, Kriyas, Inversions
Relaxation within Your Practice – You could include several Relaxation Poses such as: Child, Restful Deep Forward Fold, Crocodile, Restful Double Leg Forward Stretch and Embryo & Corpse.
We hope you find our Best plan for providing yoga lessons helpful!
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