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Episode 37: Q&A W/ Jason: On Teaching, Self-Care, and Forgiveness

Jason takes on questions that surround yoga teaching this week including:

– To use Sanskrit while teaching or not?
– How to care for yourself during an injury?
– How do you help individuals find their unique pose in the midst of a group class?

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David Szesztay — Lucky Day
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One Comment

  1. Listening now! I tend to agree about Sanskrit. I don’t use a lot–I teach beginners, and I think they are already processing so much new stuff–yet I still want to expose them to the classical traditions of yoga. I will never use only Sanskrit, but as Jason said, how hard is it for a teacher to say, for example, “come into Mountain Pose, Tadasana”?

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