Yoga teacher training is just a logical next step for an experienced yoga teacher to grow their businesses. Once you have a yoga teacher training your business is forever changed.
I feel a little embarrassed that when I first started teaching yoga I had trouble with pacing. I would run out of time and cut the savasana to 2 minutes. Then overcompensate for the next class and run out of poses and give a 15-minute relaxation! It took me a couple of years to get […]
What does yoga mean to you? What is it about yoga that is so deeply meaningful to you that you want to pass it on to others? In our 3rd video on Yoga Alliance Core Competencies, we discuss the Yoga Humanities topic requirement for a 200 Hour Yoga School. Yoga Humanities Category of the Core […]
Anatomy is a required topic in yoga teacher training, and people either love it or hate it. I’m not talking about students; I’m talking about trainers for this one. Students love to learn about anatomy when it is presented in a digestible way. But in my experience as a trainer and with helping other trainers, […]
A big hurdle for us starting our Yoga Teacher Training was getting the manual written. When we originally registered our school with Yoga Alliance (YA) a manual was not required, but now it is. With YA’s enhanced standards you actually need to have details in your yoga teacher training manual and your application for the […]