Yoga Teacher’s Companion: Essential Sequencing Concepts for Teaching Beginner’s Yoga

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Here is Part II of my series on how to structure yoga sequences for beginners. (For Part I, click here).

In this 20-minute video, I share  the five most essential sequencing concepts for teaching yoga classes for beginners. They include:

  1. The 80/20 Concept for sequencing
  2. Separate the Flow and the Technique
  3. Limit your focal points in each class
  4. Group postures in families
  5. Implement Backward Design

If you’d like to learn more about teaching beginners, check out my course, The Art of Teaching Beginners. Registration is ongoing.

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