yoga education

Continuing Education Online for Yoga Teachers

You can learn so much from the online learning method, especially by interacting with your classmates and taking advantage of the variety of resources available on though an online yoga school. Treat these hours as a way of deepening your personal experience of yoga and enjoy the chance to refresh yourself.

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Online Yoga Education – Saving Expenses

Getting an online Yoga education will also save you a great deal of expenses. First of all, you will not have to drive to a physical location in order to attend a class. With the rising prices of gas, this is a considerable expense to save on. However, this is not the only way in which you save.

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Which Yoga Students Do I Want to Teach?

By Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500, YACEP Which Yoga students do I want to teach? This seems like a discriminatory question, but in terms of student safety, not all Yoga students are the same. Some students bring years of experience to the classroom, while others have just signed up for their very first class. Some …

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Teaching Yoga and Demonstrating Ethical Behavior

Becoming a yoga teacher involves more then just learning the basic poses and sequences. It involves a lot of personal growth, spiritual attunement, and reflection on respect and ethics both in and out of the yoga studio. Taking the time to develop your own personal ethics and responsibilities will ensure that your class is more than just a place to practice yoga. Through your demonstrations and examples of kind and compassionate behavior, you can encourage change in your community, starting one student at a time.

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Yoga Intensives to Study Healing Methods

Yoga is an extensive field with various types of practices including Kundalini, Bhakti and Hot Yoga. Before you specialize in an intensive program, make sure to try out all the other types to find the one that most suits your personality and preferences. There’s no telling what you will discover about yourself by attempting other types of yoga before focusing on one.

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The History of Yoga – Where Did Yoga Come From?

No one knows exactly how old yoga is. It originated as long as 10,000 to 5000 years ago. It was passed down orally and has gone through much evolution. The earliest reference to Yoga was found when archeological excavations were made in the Indus valley – an amazing powerful and influential civilization in the early antique period.

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Choosing the Right Yoga Studio

If you have decided to try Yoga, you are not alone. Millions of people all over the world are practicing Yoga today. Yoga can be the answer to various problems that we face in our everyday lives such as stress, lack of focus, obesity and can offer us relaxed psyche.

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Anatomy to Yoga

Find a day and pay attention to what your yoga teacher is saying during class. You might have realized that some scientific names are mentioned. Alot of people just let it pass them by as long they manage to get the pose the teacher is asking for. By taking mental note of one or two, you can learn further by asking your teacher about what they have just mentioned in class. It is a subtle opportunity for you to be lead into the further knowledge and understanding of the asana you’ve just did in class.

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