They always say “teach to learn.” This is true for many things and more recently for me, learning to be a better yoga teacher during my short time here.
Tomorrow I’m leaving St Helena and I’m writing this post with a heavy heart. Yoga, as you know, is a big part of my life and I’ve grown to love teaching it after successfully delivering classes here on my home island. I am now even more driven to one day pursue yoga as a full-time profession.
To all of the participants who joined my classes, thank you so much – you were all brilliant with picking up the sequences and adjusting into the poses. I would’ve loved to have spent more time with you all as there’s so much more to learn about yoga and the yogic lifestyle. But who knows, perhaps one day I’ll be back with a bigger ambition for yoga here 😉
I’ve put together some printable information for you which I hope you will find useful to continue with both hatha and/or vinyasa yoga practice.
Please be aware that the online images I’ve used are just slightly different to the sequences that you might remember but I’ve included written steps in line with what I’ve taught you and what I’ve learnt from the best!
Click on the links below:
Remember… awareness in every single pose!
Keep up with your yoga practice and keep in mind that each yoga teacher will have their own variation depending on their training. If you are looking for a yoga teacher (whether online or not) please check their credentials and ensure that they are at least RYT200 (registered yoga teacher, 200 hours of study.)
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.
Thank you again my friends!