How are Practice Group leaders selected?

Practice Groups are about practice . . . not about perfection. They are a great way to strengthen, gain confidence, or improve activities learned in class. Practice groups should be fun, collegial, and efficient, and it is always a good idea to rotate the leadership among the core members who attend practices regularly.

Leading in this case only means being the person who moves the group through the warm-ups, starts and ends standing meditation, and starts the Form—No teaching or giving instruction. This might be the same person each week in the beginning, but we strongly suggest that leadership role be rotated so that more people have an opportunity to gain some confidence leading the group.