Sequencing Yoga Classes

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Julie Chavanu
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Want an easier way to create good, solid yoga classes? Don't want to wing it? Learn this method for creating flow and hatha style classes and start creating your own library of sequences. This guide will show you an easy method for always having consistent, well-thought-out class sequences. As you learn this method, you'll spend less time preparing and more time enjoying your teaching. Approximately 20 pages.

Addressing one of the most popular topics in the yoga profession, this book offers sixty-seven model sequences of yoga poses (asanas) that cover the broad range of yoga student experience, including multiple sequences for beginning, intermediate, and ... Mark Stephens took his first formal yoga classes in 1991, completed his initial yoga teacher training in 1995, and began teaching yoga in 1996. "Yoga Sequencing is going to be very helpful to a lot of people, both teachers and students alike. But what's common is the general yoga sequence that is covered in all types of yoga classes.

At least for this yoga teacher that doesn't happen (but I do applaud the teachers who make that happen). This is what actually happens - I plan. Intelligent yoga sequencing is the art of creating a class that builds towards a specific intention in a logical manner.