Coconut Cappuccinos with Elisha Jane

The Teachers Role Part 2

May 13, 2020 Elisha Episode 2
Coconut Cappuccinos with Elisha Jane
The Teachers Role Part 2
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Coconut Cappuccinos with Elisha Jane
The Teachers Role Part 2
May 13, 2020 Episode 2
Elisha

In this episode... I break down a few thoughts! 
I woke up this morning and thoughts were just sprouting in my mind... I knew that my first concept of "the role of the teacher" wasn't complete. So, I bring you- more musings! 
I hope you enjoy my ramblings on: 

  1. How yoga didn't break me, I broke me... And a call into radical responsibility and accountability. 
  2. Battling the ego on the mat: a practice of me against myself. 
  3. The importance of information, ideas, concepts, alignment, and structure. And, learning to become the scientist of your own (body) experiment.
  4. Every "body" is different, which is why it is so useful to have a tool-belt full of tools... This is where multiple ideas and concepts become fundamental for beginning your body exploration/ experiment. 
  5. Coming back to the breath: our greatest teacher. And, breathing is feeling. Using this as a key tool in learning to navigate your own body-movement practice. 
  6. Resilience is alive within diversity. Moving in all ways... to be healthy, agile, fit, and fierce.


“In the present, the highest application of our physical body is as a focal point for consciously anchoring the full capacity of presence in the world.” - Michael Brown (The Presence Process) - I highly recommend! 

www.dailyritual.live 
Come move with us! 

Show Notes

In this episode... I break down a few thoughts! 
I woke up this morning and thoughts were just sprouting in my mind... I knew that my first concept of "the role of the teacher" wasn't complete. So, I bring you- more musings! 
I hope you enjoy my ramblings on: 

  1. How yoga didn't break me, I broke me... And a call into radical responsibility and accountability. 
  2. Battling the ego on the mat: a practice of me against myself. 
  3. The importance of information, ideas, concepts, alignment, and structure. And, learning to become the scientist of your own (body) experiment.
  4. Every "body" is different, which is why it is so useful to have a tool-belt full of tools... This is where multiple ideas and concepts become fundamental for beginning your body exploration/ experiment. 
  5. Coming back to the breath: our greatest teacher. And, breathing is feeling. Using this as a key tool in learning to navigate your own body-movement practice. 
  6. Resilience is alive within diversity. Moving in all ways... to be healthy, agile, fit, and fierce.


“In the present, the highest application of our physical body is as a focal point for consciously anchoring the full capacity of presence in the world.” - Michael Brown (The Presence Process) - I highly recommend! 

www.dailyritual.live 
Come move with us!