Episode 211: Yoga Teachers — Should You Ask Students to Disclose Injuries?
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Episode 211: Yoga Teachers — Should You Ask Students to Disclose Injuries?

It was once common practice for yoga teachers to start every class with a simple question: “Is anyone working with any injuries or medical conditions?” On this episode, Jason talks about the reasons that this question does — and does not — hold up. The goal isn’t to tell teachers what to do, but to share the pros and cons so that you can make the decision for yourself.

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It was once common practice for yoga teachers to start every class with a simple question: “Is anyone working with any injuries or medical conditions?” On this episode, Jason talks about the reasons that this question does — and does not — hold up. The goal isn’t to tell teachers what to do, but to
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