My philosophy on teaching yoga is most aligned with T.K.V. Desikachar, who says "in yoga, the purpose is to bring some change, and the teacher is the reference point.
There is no yoga between one and a million; yoga is between two, the teacher and the student."
Yoga was my very first introduction onto what I would call the spiritual path, and I continue to hold such high regard for how, through the body, one can gain great clarity about all of life. To this day it remains one of my favorite life tools to share with others.
Historically yoga was only shared between one teacher and one student. In this way the teacher could customize postures, breath-work, meditation, and philosophical lessons to meet the specific needs of the student. Over the years I've come to realize that for me this is still the most effective and rewarding way of teaching yoga.
So if you are interested in exploring, to the deepest degree possible, your physicality and how it is influenced by your thinking and all of your conscious and sub-conscious actions, then you've come to the right place! For while it happens through the process, this isn't about becoming more flexible in body, but rather using the body's inherent wisdom to overcome faulty conditioning and create windows of insight into one's true nature.
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