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What is a good yoga class?
Tell us what you think.
Yoga teacher trainings stress many different principles, from safety and alignment to spiritual guidance and creative language, as the basis of a yoga class. Do they get it right?
Even for the most committed students of yoga, there’s a natural ebb and flow. Everybody has days when the wind on the water is amazing, and days when it just doesn’t come together.
The Voice of the Practice would like to know: are there some classes you love and some you avoid?
Share your experience
What has given you an a-ha moment? What has left you flat?
What is it about a yoga class that gets you fully present, revs up your own practice and makes you want to go back as soon as you can?
What is it about some classes that irritates you, shuts you down, makes a class feel like a waste of time, money, or energy?
Add your voice to The Voice of the Practice.
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If you could give yoga teachers feedback about style, usefulness, intensity or anything else, what would you like to say? Be friendly, but be honest because what’s fresh will help the practice community thrive.
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