Kind Karma®. Twelve Precepts of Rahini Yoga®
12 Precepts of Kind Karma Rahini Yoga (Originally Created May, 2001).
The 12 Precepts are for the Rahini Yoga Teacher and are discussed in great detail during the Rahini Yoga® Teacher Training Programs.
Precept #1: "Create a safe yoga environment."
Precept #2: "Rahini Yoga Begins from the inside out - it helps grow the yoga that's already inside each of us."
Precept #3: "Teach to inspire. Rahini Yoga is Inspired Yoga, inspiring positive change."
Precept #4: "Teach students, not yoga poses. Teach what's in front of you."
Precept #5: "Teaching yoga is about modifying the yoga poses to fit the body, not forcing the body to fit the yoga poses."
Precept #6: "The quality of the yoga pose includes 'flexibility' of the the breath, mind, and attitude, not just the body."
Precept #7: "Teaching a yoga pose, or yoga, is less about perfection and more about connection."
Precept #8: "Good teaching instruction aligns the yoga pose with what the student is feeling and experiencing, not just how they are looking."
Precept #9: "Teach students to be mindful of each aspect of a yoga poses - flexibility, strength, balance, breath and energy awareness, stability and firmness with ease and relaxation, and ultimately how they feel."
Precept #10: "The best teachers are the best listeners and observers, with the student's best interest in mind."
Precept #11: "Instruct with knowledge, but teach with compassion, loving kindness, understanding, patience, and wisdom."
Precept #12: "Laugh, smile, and try to take yourself lightly... your practice consistently... and Rahini Yoga seriously."
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