In this much needed and well-written book, Donna Farhi details the often overlooked and ignored issues and ethics surrounding the student-teacher relationship the profession of teaching yoga. And while this subject may sound incredibly dry and boring, Farhi creates an engaging text filled with illuminating, stimulating, and inspiring insights and knowledge. Great stories from both her and other teachers’ experiences make these ethical and moral issues personal and real. And drawing from both modern psychology and the ancient Yoga Sutras, Farhi engages the reader on many levels to contemplate theses issues for oneself. Her advice and recommendations are compassionate and non-preachy and make the reader feel okay to make mistakes, as she herself admits many that she has learned from. Overall, this is a beautiful book to inspire one to become a great yoga teacher as well as a better person.
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