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Teaching Yoga to Students Recovering from Surgery Today

In the case of a Yoga student who is currently struggling with physical health issues, the calming of anxious thoughts and frustration over their health challenges will give the student a much needed break from the perpetual cycle of worry. Some Yogis or Yoginis may not struggle with anxiety or frustration over serious health issues, but many of us do, and a break from the cycle of anxious thoughts will help the body to quiet and rest, thereby facilitating the healing process.

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YTT – Yoga Teacher Training

Online Yoga certification requires seasoned trainers to write and teach the curriculum. From 200 hour Level 1 Yoga instructor certification courses for teaching the mainstream population to teaching prenatal classes to expectant mothers, online courses can provide initial certification or extra credentials to make teaching Yoga way of life.

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The Problem with Teaching Yoga Fitness Classes

To keep up with the ever-increasing pace of life, will you focus on “power” or fitness yoga styles? Or will you incorporate some of the…

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Benefits of Online YTT Courses

By Bhavan Kumar, Gopi Rao, and Kimaya Singh Welcome to the ultimate guide on the benefits of online YTT courses. Whether you’re an experienced student looking to deepen your practice or someone dreaming of becoming a certified yoga instructor, this article is for you. Online YTT (Yoga Teacher Training) courses have gained immense popularity in …

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Benefits of Online Yoga Teacher Training

The cost of in person instruction also includes hidden costs that must be added to the tuition cost of the training course. Hidden costs would include the cost for tutoring, study materials, membership, application, enrollment fees, and other hidden fees that the institution may choose to include. You do not have these additional hidden costs with online Yoga training.

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Teaching Yoga as a Life Choice

By Kimaya Singh The way one chooses to earn their living is an important life choice. Most people need to work to support themselves, that’s a given. Not everybody does what they love, though. If you have a passion for yoga and would like to share what you know with others, teaching could be your …

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Preventing Back Injuries in Yoga Class

Other tips to avoid back injury are to keep your spine elongated and use your abdominal muscles. It is also wise to wait until you have successfully strengthened your back before attempting more complex asanas such as wheel, plow, and even camel.

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Teaching Yoga and Effective Themes: Stress Relief

Yin Yoga postures are usually held for three to five minutes, instead of the traditional three to five breaths during a more fast-paced Ashtanga flow. For instance, Malasana, or Yogic Squat, can be practiced in a stress-relieving, Yin-style by asking your students to place their hands in a clasped position at the base of their skull, as they allow the gentle pull of gravity to elongate the delicate muscles in the back of the neck.

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The Evolution of Becoming a Yoga Instructor

Decide where and how you will approach your teacher certification. Will you take the minimum required 200-hour program or go for a 500-hour program? Will you do an intensive course over a month or spread it out over a longer time frame on evenings and weekends? It is important to consider your budget and time restrictions. In addition, make sure you feel comfortable with the teacher, as they will have a huge impact on the result.

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