Teaching the Art of Discovery
A Four-Part Series on Keeping Your Classes
Fresh and Interesting

Does this feel familiar? — You’ve been teaching a group of students for a while, and you’re seeing signs that they’re bored with the “same old poses.”

What should you do?

When I read Uddhava Ramsden’s excellent article on it — and when a few other teachers recently lamented facing similar challenges — I decided to address it in this series:

  1. Teaching the Art of Discovery
  2. Teaching More-Advanced Asanas
  3. Discovery via Challenges

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All authors are graduates of Ananda Yoga Teacher Training.

Ananda Yoga Registered Yoga School for 200 and 300 hours

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Gyandev McCord, Director of Ananda Yoga® Worldwide and Co-Founder of Yoga Alliance

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