If you’re into positional breath work, trying to get people to tuck is usually one of the first things you do.

When you attend a seminar that shows you all these foundational activities (breathing exercises), they seem like they’d be easy to coach, since they’re being demoed on a coach.

However, we all know clients don’t take cues well. Especially the general population.

So if you struggle getting people to tuck correctly, this video is for you 🙂

What other coaching questions do you have??

If you missed my post on how I introduce the basics to brand new clients, you’ll want to head over to THIS BLOG, and watch me take my new students through their “first day”. 3 out of the 4 I had never worked with before! It gives you an idea of how I deal with people who have never done any type of positional work.

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