I don’t know and that’s ok! It’s more than OK.
I’m interested in the continual process of learning, unlearning and relearning. The more I learn the less I know.
The way I taught movement six years ago is so different from how I taught it last year and how I taught movement last year is a little different than how I’m teaching it now.
Yoga teachers don’t have all the answers. We don’t know all the things - so far from it. Run the other way from those who claim to or cling to their knowingness.
Just knowing you don’t have all the answers is a recipe for humanity, openness, acceptance, forgiveness, and an eagerness to learn and those are all good things.
There can be a lot of pressure as a yoga teacher to have all the answers. Students ask you something and you want to help. Remembering your scope of practice can help set honest, professional boundaries that people will respect you for. I found it incredibly freeing once I let go of the need to have an answer for everything.