Coaching and Cuing: How are you coaching and collecting feedback?

In this month’s keystone video, I’ll show you the exact same in-service we give our interns when they first come to IFAST, to get them up to speed on how we want them to coach our clients.

The presentation is designed to get you thinking about some seemingly basic principles for good coaching and cuing. I say “seemingly” basic because I break these rules all the time! Sometimes I have a good reason for doing so, but sometimes it’s just carelessness on my part. So let’s talk about some principles for good cuing, demonstrating, coaching, and feedback.

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Published by Jae Chung

I have a background in teaching the violin, T'ai Chi Ch'uan, English, writing, movement, and habit change. My main athletic accomplishments are spraining both ankles frequently and typing very fast.

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