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We might have an illness or condition that others cannot see yet creates difficulty in daily skills. We may have experienced trauma, have PTS or moral injury. As a certified trauma-informed yoga teacher, all of my yoga classes and private sessions take into account one's mental needs, as well as their physical health. We may need to be in a chair but we also may need to keep our eyes open during savasana or not take part in a particular posture that makes us uncomfortable. We may want to learn particular breathing techniques for anxiety and/or depression. We all have our individual needs for our yoga practice and it is important to be given practical modifications and guidance, when needed or wanted.
If you are curious about a modification for your yoga practice, you can always contact me via my email and let me know your question/s on how to adapt a particular posture or setting that will give you the clarity and trust to move forward with your yoga practice.
Sometimes, our limitations are not visible.
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Truly, every yoga class should be adaptable, regardless of who is in the class and what kind of yoga class you are in. The yogi's job is to find a teacher that has knowledge on how to adapt yoga postures (asana), know breathing techniques (pranayama), and understand what is needed for the emotional well-being of her/his/their students. This has been my approach to teaching yoga since I began teaching in 2009, even with my private clients.