As yoga teachers, we want our classrooms to be safe spaces that empower our students and maximise their choice, but this may not always be the case. People may come to our classes wanting us to tell them what to do and trust that it's our job to know better, and also, some practices in yoga may erode empowerment, take away student agency, and undermine safety. Yonnie Fung recently wrote an article on this topic, and what it means to teach inclusive, safe and ethical yoga. She is the founder of Yoga with Yonnie, an award winning yoga and movement space in Beijing that focuses on small classes, non-commercialism, integrity and cultivating real human connections. Yonnie values a collaborative learning environment over an authoritative styles, and seeks to help students and clients in discovering what they need to feel well and whole.
Rachel Brathen, known as Yoga Girl, is an international yoga teacher and speaker, bestselling author and serial entrepreneur who inspires millions every day.
Photo: Josefine Gravell. For english please scroll down. Första gången jag provade yoga var i London Jag förstod inte ett ord vad den Indiska mannen med långt skägg sa, tyckte att det var vansinnigt långsamt och människor runt omkring mig andades högt med slutna ögon. Jag gav det ett par chanser men beslutade snabbt att det inte var för mig.
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