On hands on adjusting. What I've learnt from your responses in my post below, and also from private messages from people (mostly trauma survivors) who chose to not join the discussion.
I don't think it's an all or nothing situation. As yoga is non-regulated, and there are so many approaches, it's hard for me to make any bold opinions like 'yoga teachers should or should not be hands on'. I do think however, that there needs to be more education involved and we need to be more open minded to insights and opinions which aren't ours. There are professionals out there, who know about this stuff. I'm not one of them. Ask me about yoga history / philosophy and I'm all over it. That's my thing. Ask me about trauma informed teaching, i'm a beginner. I think more senior yoga teachers need to admit this and be okay with it.
I consider myself so very blessed to be part of such an awesome community. Love youssssssss.
The Yoga Social Team