Sequencing a Yoga Class Top 5 Tips
Your YOGA CLASS SEQUENCE should be well rounded, well thought through, dialogue complete, and most importantly well practiced, before you ever think about presenting it to your students.
There is nothing worse than being in a yoga class when the teacher starts having to think about “WHAT’S NEXT“.
You can literally hear the pin drop as the students know “YOGA TEACHER FREEZE”❄
Avoid this at all costs
Stick to, and learn a popular yoga series early in your yoga teaching career.
From this foundation, and only with yoga teaching experience (50 + hours of teaching), you will feel confident of managing any sequence variations together with correct dialogue instructions. The following 5 tips will give you some guidance.
1. A well-rounded yoga sequence
Should include all of the various groups of poses. Focusing your sequence should be focusing on equal parts of strength, flexibility and balance. Moving the spine in all directions (flexion, extension, side bending and twists).
During your Yoga Alliance credentialed 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training course in Bali, with YogaFX International Yoga Teaching Academy you will learn the world’s most popular yoga sequences.
A well rounded balanced sequence will include opening, warm-up pranayama’s. Standing poses, balancing poses, inversions. Back bends, twists, forward folds, floor series. Spine strengthening and closing postures ending with Savasana.
as your confidence experience improves🚀