The last lot of tips for teaching yoga in schools…
Tip Number 7:
Sometimes persisting with the pranayama practice can work like magic. It might be worth using some cues to positively reinforce the behaviour you are pleased with as soon as you hear some students begin to chat ‘All we want to hear is the sound of our breathing… excellent year 8… this practice is a challenge for many of the adults I work with, you are doing really well’.
Tip Number 8:
Where you see examples of really great effort, (or someone who demonstrates the sankalpa really well), if you have chance, you could write their names on the board to acknowledge that you’ve seen their good practice
Tip Number 9:
It’s a good idea to have the sankalpa (intention) written on the board and the questions written on the board to support students with a visual reference during their class.
Thank you to Fay Crowther from Ark Teacher Training for these tips!