After a lifetime of being in antagonistic relationship with my body, I’m discovering a turn in this relationship from the place I’d least expect: teaching yoga.
If you’re a coach, trainer, teacher, parent, or any other type of space-holder, your primary job is to create the space that facilitates successful outcomes for your clients or students. Here’s an example of how to do this in a trauma-informed way.
These days, anyone can share what they know online and package it as a “course.” That doesn’t mean it will teach you anything. Most course creators are not teachers, because they lack this defining skill of teachers.
What defines a truly great leader is not their ability to cultivate followers, but their ability to hold space for the unfolding of others to become their own leaders.
It often sounds counter-intuitive, but the best way to move forward is to take a step back to reassess where you are, where you’re going, what path you’re taking to get there, and whether it’s all aligned.
When Jupiter, the planet of wisdom, meets up with Chiron, the wounded healer, it offers us an invitation to learn from our deepest wounds. Here are 5 lessons on healing from the Jupiter/Chiron conjunction in Aries.
It’s not enough to be good at something. To be an effective coach or teacher you need a host of other skills.