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    Article #1 Principles of Strength-Based Practice By Wayne Hammond, Ph.D. (edited for length by YO)

    1. Is this a new approach for you? How does it intersect with how you were trained to teach yoga?
    2. Have you ever noticed yoga teachers ‘Focusing on the “can’ts” as opposed to the “cans”’?
    3. What does this look like in class?
    4. How do you see strengths-based practice intersecting with the philosophy of yoga as you understand it?
    5. Are there some ways in which you could bring strengths-based practice into your yoga teaching?
    6. What might that look like?

    Article # 2 When Yoga Becomes Psychotherapy By Dan Charnas

    1. How do you feel about the author’s approach to managing the distinction between yoga teacher and therapist?
    2. What do you consider to be within your scope of practice as a yoga teacher?
    3. What might arise in class that would be outside of/beyond your scope of practice?
    4. How would you respond to that?
    5. What do you understand by the term ‘active listening’?
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