I find it all very interesting and it is my hope that we are all moved to teach in a way that authentically represents our personal path--no personas. What you see is what you get.
I can only speak for me.
This is where you'll find me.
I have no front, no game.
See this comes easy for me--I never have. What you see is REALLY what you get.
I can't even flirt good--I'll giggle. Except maybe after wine...I digress.
I teach with my heart and I usually incorporate Dharma talks from lessons I've learned--earlier in the day or week--or from something I have read. Sometimes, I have no talk on my tongue and class is rather quiet except for the calling of poses and the necessary alignment language.
But then, isn't that just as good?
Do we really have to create the experience for the students? Can't we just sometimes offer it up and allow it to blossom in their care and awareness, through their movement and within their breath?