Students with Unique Needs, Unique Teaching Experiences, Yoga Postures

Nuclear Yoga

Recently I was asked to do a four-hour seminar for stress reduction at the Savannah River Site (SRS), a nuclear facility near my home in South Carolina. I was very surprised and excited to have this opportunity. I’ve done short presentations before for the U.S. Department of Energy, Westinghouse, and Wackenhut at SRS, but never a seminar. This was new … Read More

Students with Unique Needs, Yoga Postures

Parvatasana – The Seated Mountain Pose

From the Kay Erdwinn’s Post Teaching Yoga for Round Bodies Most fat people find it difficlut to draw the legs into a close cross-legged position, although many can do a loose version. Almost all fat people will need cushions under the knees, and it is unlikely that any will attempt anything more than Sukhasana (the simple cross-legged position) unless they’ve been … Read More