The Teacher’s Guide to Accessible Yoga by Jivana Heyman

Jivana Heyman's "The Teacher's Guide to Accessible Yoga" is an essential resource for yoga instructors aiming to create inclusive practices. With a focus on accessibility and adaptability, Heyman offers detailed instructions on modifying poses, making yoga accessible to people of all abilities, sizes, and backgrounds. He emphasizes the importance of empathy, language, and trauma-informed approaches in teaching yoga.

Heyman shares personal anecdotes and real-life examples, illustrating the transformative power of accessible yoga. His approach is both practical and inspiring, encouraging teachers to embrace diversity and inclusivity. The book also covers the social justice dimensions of yoga, addressing issues such as ableism, body positivity, and cultural sensitivity.

Throughout the book, Heyman provides practical tools and resources to help teachers adapt their classes to meet the needs of all students, including those with disabilities or chronic conditions. His writing is engaging and accessible, making complex concepts easy to understand and implement.

📝 In summary, "The Teacher's Guide to Accessible Yoga" by Jivana Heyman is a must-read for yoga teachers committed to inclusivity. It offers valuable insights, practical guidance, and inspiring stories, helping to create a more inclusive and welcoming yoga practice for all. This book is a powerful tool for fostering a yoga community that embraces diversity and promotes social change.