In this next 'meet the graduate' interview, I talk to Dr. Sarah Jane Perri, chiropractor extraordinaire (I see her for treatments actually) and yoga teacher. Sarah undertook teacher training with us during her last year of chiropractic study which was truly impressive, as if a difficult degree at uni wasn't enough! Here she shares what she found tough but also what she found rewarding about our course.
And no, I do not mean that you have a soul in a jar somewhere. That would be weird. And gross.
What I DO mean is that some people are natural born teachers.
They love helping other people learn. A passion for and knowledge of the subject matter is helpful to teaching of course, but the skills - and dare I say talents - that make someone a good teacher don't have much to do with what they are teaching.
On my recent long flights, my feet and ankles got super swollen, despite walking around the plane and stretching (whilst other passengers mistook me for waiting in line for the bathroom, um no, I'm just stretching thanks!)
With another 8 hour flight ahead of me, of course I used my layover time to find a quiet spot at the airport to do my stretches. These are my top three: