This is a *big* topic for me personally, for my fellow yoga teacher colleagues, and for the greater yoga community in general. I therefore poured a lot of thought and time into writing my newest blog post (*link in bio!*): “What Makes Yoga Yoga? A Response to Social Media Critics” . Many people claim to know real yoga when they see it. In fact, the act of accusing people of doing something that “shouldn’t be called yoga” in social media videos & posts is becoming more & more common these days. . As innovation in the yoga world rises in the forms of creative sequencing, unique props, and different approaches to the practice, I know that the question of “how much can we innovate and still call it yoga?” is on many of our minds. . Check out my blog post to see how I address the issues of boundaries, authenticity, and social media critics in the yoga world. . I hope this piece offers you an interesting perspective to mull over, and perhaps some helpful ideas for responding the next time someone suggests that what you teach “isn’t yoga”. . Thank you for your support in reading and sharing this perspective if you feel that its message is of value! 💙 . . . . . #yogateacher #yogainstructor #yogateachertraining #yogaeducation @jenni_rawlings jenni_rawlings Jenni Rawlings

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  • This is a *big* topic for me personally, for my fellow yoga teacher colleagues, and for the greater yoga community in general. I therefore poured a lot of thought and time into writing my newest blog post (*link in bio!*): “What Makes Yoga Yoga? A Response to Social Media Critics” . Many people claim to know real yoga when they see it. In fact, the act of accusing people of doing something that “shouldn’t be called yoga” in social media videos & posts is becoming more & more common these days. . As innovation in the yoga world rises in the forms of creative sequencing, unique props, and different approaches to the practice, I know that the question of “how much can we innovate and still call it yoga?” is on many of our minds. . Check out my blog post to see how I address the issues of boundaries, authenticity, and social media critics in the yoga world. . I hope this piece offers you an interesting perspective to mull over, and perhaps some helpful ideas for responding the next time someone suggests that what you teach “isn’t yoga”. . Thank you for your support in reading and sharing this perspective if you feel that its message is of value! 💙 . . . . . #yogateacher #yogainstructor #yogateachertraining #yogaeducation
    Jenni Rawlings This is a *big* topic for me personally, for my fellow yoga teacher colleagues, and for the greater yoga community in general. I therefore poured a lot of thought and time into writing my newest blog post (*link in bio!*): “What Makes Yoga Yoga? A Response to Social Media Critics”
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Many people claim to know real yoga when they see it. In fact, the act of accusing people of doing something that “shouldn’t be called yoga” in social media videos & posts is becoming more & more common these days.
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As innovation in the yoga world rises in the forms of creative sequencing, unique props, and different approaches to the practice, I know that the question of “how much can we innovate and still call it yoga?” is on many of our minds.
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Check out my blog post to see how I address the issues of boundaries, authenticity, and social media critics in the yoga world.
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I hope this piece offers you an interesting perspective to mull over, and perhaps some helpful ideas for responding the next time someone suggests that what you teach “isn’t yoga”.
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Thank you for your support in reading and sharing this perspective if you feel that its message is of value! 💙
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#yogateacher #yogainstructor #yogateachertraining #yogaeducation

    This is a *big* topic for me personally, for my fellow yoga teacher colleagues, and for the greater yoga community in general. I therefore poured a lot of thought and time into writing my newest blog post (*link in bio!*): “What Makes Yoga Yoga? A Response to Social Media Critics”
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    Many people claim to know real yoga when they see it. In fact, the act of accusing people of doing something that “shouldn’t be called yoga” in social media videos & posts is becoming more & more common these days.
    .
    As innovation in the yoga world rises in the forms of creative sequencing, unique props, and different approaches to the practice, I know that the question of “how much can we innovate and still call it yoga?” is on many of our minds.
    .
    Check out my blog post to see how I address the issues of boundaries, authenticity, and social media critics in the yoga world.
    .
    I hope this piece offers you an interesting perspective to mull over, and perhaps some helpful ideas for responding the next time someone suggests that what you teach “isn’t yoga”.
    .
    Thank you for your support in reading and sharing this perspective if you feel that its message is of value! 💙
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    #yogateacher #yogainstructor #yogateachertraining #yogaeducation

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