One of the biggest misconceptions about being a yoga teacher is that all we do is teach yoga. Any yoga teacher will tell you that there is a lot for us to do outside of class including e-mail correspondence, class and workshop planning, and schedule organizing. Like many, much of our day might be spent sitting at a desk in front of a computer.
This is particularly true once mid-September rolls around. Life and work tends to moves into a whole different gear. The relaxed, loose rhythm of the summer gives way to school schedules and more structure to our days. While I’m always a bit wistful about the end of summer, there is also something exciting about the opportunity that a more scheduled life affords, including time to apply myself more consistently to the work I love, like reviving this blog!
However, one of the areas in my own body where I can feel the effects of this increased productivity right away is my neck and shoulders. Even with my ergonomically-optimal computer setup, regular self-reminders about maintaining good alignment while typing, and taking frequent breaks, these areas definitely need more TLC these days.
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