When people at work learned I often do a 20 minute yoga session in my office during lunch, several people have now started asking if they can join in. These are totally new beginners. I remind them I'm not trained to teach, but here where I live, that's not an issue -- even official yoga teachers aren't often Registered or Certified. Legality is not a worry here.
I told them I'm happy to lead sessions - I have a lot of the "Yoga Download 20 Minute Yoga Practice" podcasts, and would be thrilled to let those play, and just offer some guideance and help.
Does anyone have good resources or tips on learning to be a good yoga teacher? I know studying under someone would be ideal, but that's not available here (my friend will be flying to India for a month to work with an offical RYT group -- but I don't have that luxury of taking that much time off work! Hopefully she'll teach me more when she gets back... but until then, any tips, ideas, advice?
These are most likely super beginner people - not fit, flexible, or used to much physical activity if any.
Thanks for any ideas :)
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