03 Apr Practitioner meetup April 2017
Progression. Look for the indicators that tell you students have progressed from pain-specific, to pain-friendly yoga (which is really just yoga) and then eventually to sitting with tensions that allow learning.
Adapting. Often we create new versions of postures for students with limitations by thinking of what the postures is doing physically. Also look for alternatives to postures, mudras and techniques that retain the energetic intent of the original.
Application. A common feedback form that captures useful information for practitioners and helps us build a story about how the lives of people with pain are changing as a result.
Emerging questions. What does yoga offer people with pain that is only conceivable when you are in practice?