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Prenatal Yoga Poses for the First Trimester

New practitioners should check with their medical providers and find classes with a teacher who has completed prenatal Yoga teacher training, if possible. Classes often turn into a support group where expectant moms can learn and share their concerns and knowledge.

Cultivating a Sense of Abundance in a Yoga Class

Cultivating an internal and an external sense of abundance will help your Yoga students to resonate with the highest energy of the holiday season. A peaceful, expansive sense of abundance will also help to offset the frenetic pace of the consumer and social aspects of many holiday gatherings.

Teaching Yoga: Deep Relaxation

When one decides to become a Yoga teacher, there are many responsibilities. We are obligated to keep our students safe and to guide them toward states of relaxation and meditation. The physical style we know as Hatha is more than an exercise session. Hatha is one of the most widely recognized forms of Yoga.

Teaching Yogic Breathing Practices: Nadi Shodhana Pranayama

Often times, a Yoga instructor may find him or herself teaching a class to beginning students and may feel that including the practice of pranayama into an hour-long class may take too long and be too complicated for the students to absorb. It may also be the case that the Yoga teacher may not be that well versed in how to teach pranayama techniques.

Teaching Yoga for Student Safety

Student safety is obviously an important aspect regarding Yoga instructor training and education. After all, there are many different physical styles, from Hatha to Bikram, and they each have their own risks. A Yoga teacher should be well trained so that he or she can observe the students and help to prevent injury or exacerbate old ones.

Yoga After 50 Years of Age

As a Yoga teacher, you will often be faced with new people in your class that may be skeptical as to the restorative powers of Yogic techniques. Although it is not your job to convince them and convert them, you can help lead them in the right direction. There's no doubt that the practice of asana, meditation and pranayama can help people, no matter what age they are.

Teaching Yoga For Healthy Emotional Flow

Do you know why students come to your classes? Do you ever ask? You might think stress or weight loss and you might be right, but the truth is there are many different reasons. Some students want to belong and some want a sanctuary from anxiety, depressed feelings and the pressure of life. Yoga teacher training has equipped instructors with the tools to offer a haven where students can recover and restore emotional health.

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