Comparison of two TAGteach error‐correction procedures to teach beginner yoga poses to adults Academic Article uri icon

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  • Teaching with acoustical guidance involves auditory feedback (e.g., a click sound when a desired behavior occurs) as part of a multicomponent intervention known as TAGteach. TAGteach has been found to improve performance in sport, dance, surgical technique, and walking. We compared the efficacy and efficiency of the standard TAGteach error-correction procedure and a modified TAGteach error-correction procedure to teach 4 novice adult yoga practitioners beginner yoga poses. Both error-correction procedures were effective for all participants; however, the relative efficiency of these error-correction procedures was unclear. Results are discussed in terms of limitations and considerations for future research.


  • Ennett, Talia M
  • Zonneveld, Kimberley LM
  • Thomson, Kendra M
  • Vause, Tricia
  • Ditor, David

publication date

  • January 2020