Questions and AnswersEdit
Transitions between posesEdit
Q. Have you tried dimming and brightening the lights via remote control to signal posture changes? What if there's no dimmer available? (Technique from Sherrill Stone's article "Deaf Yoga" at http://www.lifeprint.com/asl101/topics/yoga.htm)
Safety cues, alignment, contraindications and injuriesEdit
Q. How can you provide detailed alignment cues and information on injuries?
A1. Hold a weekly workshop/information session with an ASL interpreter. From BikramYogaCapitolHill.com https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/ASP/home.asp?studioid=1443 "We are delighted to offer a special session for deaf and hard of hearing students. The class will be taught by Natalie VanEman, Bikram yoga instructor and certified sign language interpreter. This class is no cost to attend."