Each of the Teaching Teenagers Yoga eBooks provide unique content and commentaries specific to teaching teenagers yoga. Like Volumes 1 and 2, Volume 3 has pictures and helpful content relevant to the teacher of teen yoga, presented in an organized manner with an hyperlinked table of contents which make this 75-page e-book easily maneuverable.
With unique content and commentaries specific to teaching teenagers yoga, the reader will be further inspired and informed along the teaching teen yoga path. Volume 3 has particularly helpful pictures that communicate what’s happening in teen yoga classrooms and how to transmit these experiences in other classrooms.
Volume 3 is laid out in three chapters: Big Picture, Inspiration for the Classroom, and Notes on Poses.
Chapter 1, Big Picture, includes the following articles:
- How to Turn Teens On to Yoga
- How to Make Your Class Appeal to Teens
- Teach Every Teen About Food
- Advice for Teaching Boys
Chapter Two, Inpiration for the Classroom, includes these articles:
A Yoga Philosophy for Teens
Teaching Yoga on the Football Field
Teen Girls Become a Flock of Birds
Snapshots from a Teen Girl Yoga Class
What to Do with Old Yoga Magazines
Every Teen Can Get a Thrill
Shifting “I Don’t Care” to “I Care”
Teaching Savasana to Suicidal Teens
Fun Partner Yoga Pose for Teens
From Distraction to Attraction
Make 30 minutes Effective for Teaching
Chapter 3, Notes on Poses, includes articles about a special Savasana and a pose to feel more generous.
It is not necessary to read Volumes 1 and 2 before Volume 3. The content of each of the Teaching Teenagers Yoga eBooks is unique and mutually exclusive.
Ebooks have altogether different content than the Yoga4Teens Instructor’s Guide. If you’d like to learn more about the differences, read here (there’s a very helpful chart).