As a teacher, finding time for our own personal practice can be a difficult task. However, it is crucial to maintain a sense of connection within our bodies, as it provides support for our well-being. There are various avenues to achieve this, including taking a walk, dancing, climbing, or simply finding rest. It is essential to honor and tune in to yourself, regardless of the chosen path, as it can improve your yoga teaching abilities.
Our guest, Kalyani Hauswirth-Jain, is a former dancer-turned-yogi and yoga teacher trainer at Arhanta Yoga Ashrams in India and the Netherlands. She is also the co-author of the highly acclaimed book, Hatha Yoga for Teachers & Practitioners.
In this episode, we have the pleasure of speaking with Kalyani about the importance of maintaining a personal practice and cultivating self-discovery. She shares her wisdom and insights, highlighting how practicing yoga can be a gift to oneself. Tune in as we explore a range of skills and techniques to help cultivate your yoga movement practice.
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What You’ll Discover:
- Methods and tips for creating time to practice.
- The importance of self-care, and reset within the body.
- How to utilize the power of routine.
- Methods of using your practice for self-discovery.
- What “teaching off your mat” is
- How to use mindset and repetition to keep your practice fresh.
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- Kalyani Hauswirth-Jain: Instagram | Arhanta Yoga
- Hatha Yoga for Teachers & Practitioners by Ram Jain and Kalyani Hauswirth-Jain
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