Our expert says:
Thank you for your question.
That's an interesting scenario. A yoga teacher being frustrated and projecting that onto their students. Mmmm...
Lets start with this, a Yoga Teacher should definitely not be "like your typical netball coach back in high school", which is often the issue with many yoga teachers being trained today. 3 weeks an you're a yoga teacher... please...
Yoga is the journey towards Self-Realization. And while we are all human on this journey and sure its challenging. Your teacher should be a beacon of light for you on your journey, enlightening and helping you face what lies within.
So here are my suggestions:
1. Take a look at your own projection onto the teacher becoming frustrated and explore why this brings your attention to your underlying feelings of anxiety.
2. If the teacher is actually projecting his/her own feelings onto the class then possibly find a more centered teacher, as the teacher is meant to be the role model, especially in this situation and even more especially while they are "playing the role of" Teacher.
4. Call my office for a free intro session to explore how to manage your anxiety at a deeper level. 021-4185080
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