Week Seven


1. If your breathing is consistently, properly diaphragmatic and your tongue is mostly laying flat on the bottom palate throughout the day, you are ready to teach others. You can not and should not teach what you can't do yourself. If you teach a workshop and you are not doing what you are talking about, people will know and you will lose credibility. So practice, practice, practice and prepare for your workshop by reviewing the video on breathing from week one, and the video below on how to teach a workshop. 

Double Leg/Head Sequence for the Mat
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