I was yoga teacher yesterday for my yoga class!! Hahaha.. Yup, you are not blur.. you read it correctly!!
My yoga teacher was away for 2 weeks and she was unable to find any replacement for our class. She approached me whether I’m comfortable to help her take over the class.
That’s how I ended up became yoga teacher for A DAY!! She was nice, prepared the list what I should do and I just need follow… less headache for me
Before the class started, I print out the list what to do and have the photo for each position. This will help if I’m too nervous and forget what the position is!!
I reached the class 5 min early and prepared myself. When I was there, only 2 person… haha.. So I joked, others might not coming because they know I’m taking over the class. Since only 3 of us, just need to do the sun salutes for few sets by ourselves and go home.. . tadaaa.. then my duty completed!!
However the wish didn’t come true… after few minutes, more and more people come. So I told them – ‘Paru is away, I’m replacing for her, please bare with me if I don’t do it correctly… let’s help each other ya!’ Then I started the class with the position sequence as given by Paru.
Childs Pose – 1 min
Downdog – 2 min
Uttanasan – Standing forward fold – 2 min
Gomukhasan hands – standing in tadasan, cowshead arms on both sides.
Paschimanamaskar – hands in prayer pose at the back of body. If not possible, catch elbows
Sun Salutes 9 sets
Trikonasan – Triangle – I min each side
Warrior 2 – 1 min each side
Parsvokanasan – side angle stretch, palms on the floor at back of knee. – I min each side
Ardha Chandrasan – half moon pose – ½ min on each side
Parsvottonasan – Side Intense stretch – 1 min on each side
Warrior 1 – 1 min on each side
Prasarita Padottonasan – legs extended out to side and fold forward.
Janu sirsasan – Seated, one knee bent, forehead to knee.
Revolved Janu Sirsasan