Speak to your class in the singular. “Lie on your back.” Rather than “lie on your backs.” So simple and I find so much power in simplicity. Now your student feels you are talking directly to him/her, giving you a deeper connection. The more connected you are to a student, the more he/she will learn from you.
Sherry, You are welcome! I am so sorry I didn’t reply sooner. I was away from my computer. (Gloriously so! 🙂 ) Love to have you in class some time.
If a spirit can soar through the digital world, your has made it to Bucks County, PA! As a new teacher, I am grateful for your words, as a student, I would love to practice with you! Thank you!
Great point. Thank you Laura.