The season is finally coming. All the steps you took to get there .... Finally, you had the opportunity to teach your first yoga class. How happy? Happiness is also mixed in with large doses, fear and low self-esteem. Congratulations. All of these ideas always come true and can lead to one thing, growth!

Students in my yoga class often ask for advice on how to lower blood sugar. So I want to give you some practical yoga instructor tips that you can use to overcome stress and fear. We hope this information helps you attend class and present all the good yoga vibes the world needs!

1. Say as much as possible

The expression "perfect practice" is too true, but let's change it to "perfect practice"! Dedication and practicing the skills you teach will help you feel confident and comfortable in teaching. Prepare to practice teaching anyone who wants to sit with you when you start! Your friends, family, dogs, and anyone you can meet can practice finding yogi sounds, creating yoga rituals, class content, and playlists. Another great tool when practicing is to take selfies. It could be what you are teaching on camera, or it could be a video of yourself teaching others. Yes, it's uncomfortable and breathless, but it's one of the best ways to take care of yourself from a student perspective. It's a great way to get to know yourself using extra equipment, neurotic tics (we all have one), and your perfect performance while teaching. Remember this is an "improvement, not an accomplishment."


 2. Earth yourself

Establish a religious foundation that helps you get out of your mind and believe that your body will help reduce the performance of the arteries you have before you teach the class. There are many ways to boost your energy before class, and here are some tips you can try.

• Practice yoga for a while,

• Meditate for 5-10 minutes.

• Provide ground materials such as hematite or smoky quartz.

Use essential oils, like frankincense or myrrh.

•  Cool Dance  in your room in green music.

Explore your inner world with the help of the Yoga book.

Additionally, place your hands on your chest and only take five deep breaths. The most important thing is to use the following exercises to get back to your body and believe that everything will be going as it should. You got that!

3. Do your part as a teacher

Sometimes it can be scary when you stand in front of people eager to hear every word you say. They expect you to teach yoga and will follow any instructions you give them. And if you have never taught a lot of yoga class to students before, it can be very dangerous. The good news is, most of these people will never know you're scared. And if you really think about it, you probably know a lot about yoga. You may know more than them. Everything you've learned while training a yoga instructor has prepared you for it, and even if you don't have any yoga training you really know how to use it. After all, yoga is about walking, isn't it? And even if you are new to teaching yoga, there are many ways you can apply your knowledge and experience to become a yogi practitioner. So accept your role as a yoga instructor and remember why you want to teach yoga in the first place. The truth is, the world is here to help you find your way back to space, and you can do it.

 4. Make sure you breathe

Returning to the breath is a powerful tool not only in yoga practice, but in life as a whole. So if you feel like you need some time to deal with your low alertness while teaching yoga, take a deep breath. Have students take a few deep breaths to help them begin their labor. Create breathing space and allow as much time as needed to move to a regular position or cause.



 5. Regular practice

One of the things that struck me as a new yoga instructor was how difficult it was to bring me the meditation rituals while I was still a student. It's very easy to follow yourself or guide your students through a series, but if you try to do both at the same time ...

... then things can get a little confusing. So practice regularly and line up at home before teaching a new class. See what he wants to do temporarily and think he enjoys following your own signals. You can record your own yoga class and then repeat it following the poses to measure your pace. It will also help you get a feel for what it is like to move around in the poses mentioned in the tutorial. Investigate what your students are doing and make decisions that will not be comfortable for them.

 6. Always be prepared and bring books to class.

One of the best ways new yogis deal with stress is to imagine the worst thing they can create in their mind.. Even if you've never been through the worst of times, just being prepared can significantly reduce stress. So, be sure to make a list before each class, including the music you want to listen to at home, the phrases you want to teach, and even what you would say at the start of each lesson. Then bring the plan to class for easy follow-up.

7. Emergency release.

Plan everything from the beginning, even if the task is entrusted to you, take the time to practice regularly ...

... and there may be times when it doesn't work. Students may not hear it or may go through the fear of the scene.Or maybe the coronavirus has caused the studio you share to be immediately hidden and obscured!

However, sometimes things don't go as planned. Don't be afraid, get back to your emergency work. For me, it's a baby pose. When my students need a break or need a break for myself, I give everyone a really good feedback to join. Here are other effective ways to deal with emergencies:

• Descending dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana)

• Savasana

Mountain Pose (Tadasana)

Baby pose (Balasana)

8. Walk around the room

Instead of standing in front of the class and being pulled out of the student body, try walking around the class. Of course, you don't have to move around because there are so many different ideas about whether you should protest in front of the class, walk around the class, or surrender to help. If you don't like the room. However, it's a good idea to keep it in your back pocket when giving instructions. Evaluating each student will not only help you stay up to date, but also increase the energy in the room. 

9. Work every day

This information may seem obvious, but it is worth mentioning. When you are a permanent student, you will never forget this experience as a student in your classroom. Not only that. You have to become a yoga instructor because you really love yoga. And you can easily change that by teaching yourself the practice when you first start out. However, over time you can become angry with the practice of more than love, because immediately "yoga" has become a non-recreational sport. So, you can immerse yourself in the practice of yoga every day so that you can connect with your role as a yoga student and enjoy traveling. 

10. Focus on the students who like you

Not all students will appreciate what you have. Just as not everyone is in tune with your daily routine, so are the students in your yoga class. And for new yoga instructors, it can be stressful on your confidence. But don't let him do it!

Instead, focus on your classes and the students you love to teach. These are the students you have helped and who are the best in your class. Plus, if you try to make everyone happy, your lessons will end up being everyone's race who thinks what they want, not the flow you want to teach. So, as a yoga teacher, don't focus on hobbies and focus on what you can teach students who love you. 

11. Referral to an instructor or trainer

Pick one or two teachers or trainers you admire and give them strength in the classroom. See this teacher in your mind before you begin class and state the principles. Discover the qualities of a teacher who encourages and supports you as a student. Let this energy channel nourish your body and mind with good energy. Combine this channeled energy with your own energy and attitude to create your own unique style.

 12. See your camp

Visualization is a tool that great athletes use to feel like they're done before the game. These procedures can lead to mental illness and promote self-confidence. Before class, take a moment to sit down, close your eyes, and breathe. Let your body and mind explore the images and emotions as you teach strength yoga classes. Take the time to consider the benefits you are creating for your highly educated students. great dream!

Remember, everyone starts where and the only way to become a good yoga instructor is to go out and teach. However, fear and repercussions will bring you closer to your dreams. Over time, yoga classes will take a few seconds.

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