The viniyoga of Planning Principles – 4 – Whatever the specific aims or intended outcomes preserve the spirit of Yoga……

matsyendrasana

The viniyoga of Planning Principles 4 – Whatever the specific aims or intended outcomes preserve the spirit of Yoga

General Aims and Intended Outcomes around Practice Planning:

  • Be clear about the difference between aim(s) and intended outcome(s)
  • Distinguish between short-term and long-term aim(s) and intended outcome(s)
  • Appreciate how you can factor short term outcomes within long term aims
  • Avoid having too many aims or intended outcomes within one practice – keep it focused
  • Consider the five areas that practice can interact with – body, spine, breath, mind and emotions
  • Whatever the specific aims or intended outcomes preserve the spirit of Yoga

Link to Post Series: The viniyoga of Planning Principles

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.