What’s important in being a Yoga teacher?

Being professional.

Being able to teach in a way that reflects one’s way of life.

Openness, honesty.

Wanting to learn.

Being engaged and wanting to be engaged and in relationship, in partnership.

Focussing on relationships – with students. Learning about the students.

Being there on a long term basis: committing to a long term relationship with students.

Great classes, great times for people.

Taking ownership of the classes, and sharing relevant information about other potentially interesting businesses and therapies.

Having a Yogis night out dance party. Alcohol free!!

Having presentations by other businesses and sharing what works.

Giving back to the community, particularly in terms of ecologically mindful actions.

Getting clear about what your ‘bliss’ is: and diving in, and becoming the expert!

Please let me know if there’s anything I’ve missed out…

(Taking care not to burn out… taking care not to forget my own practice and learning…)


About Gamanrad

Therapeutic practitioner working on realisation as response to the ecological emergency (and all else besides).
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