Sometimes we can overthink this part of the course, which can actually get in the way of our creativity and can cause us to doubt our innate knowledge and wisdom.
Simplifying the sequence could help with feeling less overwhelmed or blocked. Giving more space within the class for breath and time can help us as teachers to remain grounded, calm and present. This can release pressure or expectation that we may put upon ourselves to deliver a complex or more challenging practice than we may actually be ready to teach.
For many, this will be the first time teaching a full yoga class, so keeping it simple and within your capabilities could help you to find your flow and create a sequence that resonates for you at this time.
Taking a break and focusing on your own practice for a while may also help in sparking your creativity for your practicum sequence or taking a complete break from the course and doing something entirely different for a while, may allow you time and space to absorb the learning from the course before preparing your practicum.
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