Inclusivity in the yoga classroom manifests as honoring students exactly as they are. In a group class setting, inclusivity looks like making sure students know that it’s okay to take breaks, modify a posture, or skip a posture that doesn’t work for them. Before or after class is a great time to ask for one-on-one time with a teacher to find a way to feel included and successful in your practice. Always remember, in a group setting, there will be a variety of practitioners with diverse needs. Not every posture, practice, or bit of wisdom will resonate with every student’s needs, and that’s okay. You are not defined by what you can or can’t do in yoga. We hope to provide some time and space for you to discover what you are beneath all the labels and ideas.