Safety and Care

 

 

Yoga is much more than physical exercise; it is a transformational practice that integrates body, mind and spirit. Yoga is a way of encountering and releasing physical, mental, and emotional tensions to arrive at deeper levels of relaxation and awareness.

 

All exercise programs involve a risk of injury. The following guidelines will help you reduce this risk:

 

  • Wear comfortable and loose clothing

  • Practice barefoot

  • Try not to eat 2 hours prior to your practice

  • Breathe smoothly and continuously as you move and stretch. Do not hold your breath or strain to attain any position.

  • Work gently, respecting your body’s abilities and limits.

  • Inform me of any health conditions that could be affected by your practice of Yoga. If you are unsure about a condition, please speak to me.

  • Menstruating women should not practice inverted postures.

  • Pregnant women must consult their health care provider before enrolling in class.

  • Awareness is fundamental to the practice of yoga. Take care to monitor each activity and determine whether it is appropriate for you to participate.

 

As a professional, I am responsible for providing competent Yoga instruction. I am not responsible for ensuring the safety of my students beyond providing competent instruction. By signing this form,you hereby release me from any and all liability for injuries that are not directly and proximately caused by my professional negligence.

 

I have read, understand, and agree to the content of this Professional Disclosure Form and Release.

 

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Safety and Care

Yoga is much more than physical exercise; it is a transformational practice that integrates body, mind and spirit. It is a way of encountering and releasing physical, mental, and emotional tensions to arrive at deeper levels of  awareness.

 

As a professional, I have a duty to provide competent yoga instruction. However, students themselves are responsible for ensuring their safety. All exercise programs involve a risk of injury. The following guidelines will help you reduce this risk:

 

  • Wear comfortable and loose clothing

  • Practice barefoot

  • Try not to eat 2 hours prior to your practice

  • Breathe smoothly and continuously as you move and stretch. Do not hold your breath or strain to attain any position.

  • Work gently, respecting your body’s abilities and limits.

  • Inform me of any health conditions that could be affected by your practice of Yoga. If you are unsure about a condition, please speak to me.

  • Menstruating women should not practice inverted postures.

  • Pregnant women must consult their health care provider before enrolling in class.

  • Awareness is fundamental to the practice of yoga. Take care to monitor each activity and determine whether it is appropriate for you to participate.

 

 

 

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