Much like all of your past training: Clear your mind, take a deep breath and relax. As a Yoga teacher, the time comes when one unique student causes unnecessary suffering in the classroom. Perhaps they come late to class, or question your every move. Some students may want to rush the lesson or answer phone calls in the middle of a Yoga class.
Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500, YACEP2021-03-12T10:53:03-05:00Categories: How to Teach Yoga, Teaching Yoga, YOGA TEACHING|Tags: asking students to respect each other, common sense rules of conduct, grow as a yoga teacher, how to handle difficult yoga students, let go of a troublesome student, made a lifestyle of disrupting, no desire to learn from you, teaching yoga, the rights of other students|2 Comments