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By: Julie Sceeny


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Change happens outside the comfort zone circle.

This manual is written in order to help guide teachers through the practicalities and skills of actual teaching which can often get over looked. Change: A Book for Yoga Teachers helps to guide you in the skills of becoming a great teacher.

This manual steps away from the standard teaching aspect around the history and philosophy of yoga and focuses on actual teaching skills such as dialogue, tone of voice, how to sequence, where to stand, how to teach online and much more.

Yoga teaching has changed so much over the last 20 years. If you are new to teaching or have been teaching a long time this book will help you refresh your teaching skills to adapt to what is needed in this new world of yoga. If you want to be a great teacher then this is the book for you!

Julie Sceeny is an international yoga and pilates teacher and teacher trainer. She has been teaching for many years; she has taught over 15000 classes and run more than 25 teacher-training courses. Other than teaching, her passion is training and educating people to become teachers, seeing people grow and change. Julie has taught in Europe and Asia for many years and has gained a wealth of knowledge, of the skill of teaching which she always likes to pass onto fellow teachers. Teaching is not the same as it was years ago and so Julie likes to keep updated on new terms and ideas around the best way to teach.

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