doreen, Author at TINT Yoga
Yoga Therapy – A Practice for the Sick and Feeble?

Yoga Therapy – A Practice for the Sick and Feeble?

Traditionally, yoga was not primarily intended as a therapeutic practice or therapy for injured or sick persons. It was rather for healthy people who were interested in, and capable of, improving their general health and fitness as well as their mental well-being....
Journaling – A Powerful Tool for Personal Growth

Journaling – A Powerful Tool for Personal Growth

Maybe you remember keeping a journal throughout your teenage years – mainly to express your feelings about your most recent crush or the fight with your best friend. Perhaps that was the last time that you put pen to paper and expressed your dreams and thoughts....
Why Would You Want to Skip Savasana?

Why Would You Want to Skip Savasana?

When it comes to the final relaxation Savasana  – also spelled Shavasana – many yoga teachers experience the same: It doesn’t matter how early the class starts and whether the class ends on time, there will always be one or two students who leave before Savasana....
Hands-On Yoga Assists: Is It Okay to Touch My Students?

Hands-On Yoga Assists: Is It Okay to Touch My Students?

One of the most delicate aspects of teaching yoga is physically assisting your students by giving them hands-on yoga adjustments. Guiding your students verbally is one thing, but to actually put your hands on their bodies is a totally different thing.  Physical...
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