These sessions can help you to work through skill gaps, areas of teaching in which you would like feedback, sequencing and so on. Sessions are friendly and supportive and, as well as offering you information, guidance and resources, helping to build confidence in your teaching.Having a teaching mentor is an important part of your development as a yoga teacher. Regardless of how long you’ve been teaching, it’s critical to have a teacher from whom you can learn and grow.Here are a few reasons to work with a teaching mentor (notice we didn’t say guru):
- Learn new poses, explore poses differently.
- Learn new sequences.
- Be a student.
- Get some feedback through observation.
- Build confidence.
- Get inspired.
- Learn new ways of teaching the same poses.
- Expand your knowledge of yoga.
- Give yourself someone to look up to and admire.
Working with someone you admire can inspire you to new levels of teaching and connecting with students and other teachers. If you’re feeling stale in your practice or teaching path, it can give you a much-needed boost of energy. If you’re feeling disconnected from your teaching community, it can strengthen those bonds.
Having a mentor is part of being a well-rounded teacher. Open your mind and heart and be inspired by someone so you can tap into your own strengths and share your gifts as a teacher with confidence and clarity.
Sessions can be booked with teachers for 30 or 60mins. The investment is £30 for 30 minutes and £48 for 60 minutes. All sessions are held at our spacious and light studios, set in a peaceful and tranquil court yard – the perfect place for you to come and enjoy yoga.