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Svaroopa Yoga Teacher Training
November 8th, 2011 by tanja
Svaroopa Yoga Teacher Training We are always looking for a new way to take better care of ourselves. With yoga teacher training and the focus on Svaroopa Yoga you can create your own transformation, healing and illumination. "Svaroopa" yoga focuses on Core Opening which helps end your back pain and the tension that sits in your neck and shoulders. This type of training will help give... [read more]

Yoga Teacher Training for Anusara Yoga
November 4th, 2011 by tanja
Yoga Teacher Training for Anusara Yoga When you decide to start going through your personal journey of becoming a yoga teacher remember that yoga is both an art and science. In order to be good at it you need to be confident and have skill. Advanced understanding of the poses, and how they benefit the body. Yoga teacher training and working with the style of Anusara... [read more]

Kripalu Yoga Teacher Training
October 24th, 2011 by tanja
Kripalu Yoga Teacher Training What is Kripalu Yoga? The major focus of Kripalu Yoga is to help students deepen their body awareness to the connection of their mind and energy.  During yoga teacher training you will learn that the practice of this form of yoga is broken down into three stages. The practice of Kripalu yoga will help guide you and use your body... [read more]

Bikram Yoga Teacher Training and the 26 Postures
October 23rd, 2011 by tanja
Bikram Yoga Teacher Training and the 26 Postures Bikram Yoga is a style of yoga that uses a set of twenty six specific postures and two breathing exercises which are completed in a specific sequence while in a room with the temperature at 105 degrees. Yoga teacher training takes you through the instruction so that you can help your classes move through this 90 minute session. This style... [read more]

Yoga Instruction for Bikram Yoga
October 21st, 2011 by tanja
Yoga Instruction for Bikram Yoga People all over the world are looking for ways to build on their love of hot yoga and are seeking out yoga teacher training locations. Bikram Choudhury refers to his yoga style as a trip to a torture chamber. Since you are practicing this style of yoga teaching in a room temperature of 105 and 40 percent humidity it can... [read more]

Hatha Yoga Teacher Training
September 30th, 2011 by tanja
Hatha Yoga Teacher Training If you have practiced Hatha Yoga and you are thinking of going through yoga teacher training to help create a life for yourself where your beliefs and actions align your core values to your life and presentation than stop procrastinating! Taking the yoga journey is long and can be viewed at as a new life journey. Going through a strong... [read more]

Bikram’s Yoga Teacher Training
August 18th, 2011 by Mandy Lawson
Deciding to become a yoga teacher is a big step in life. Sharing your practice and wisdom with others is a worthy profession and can be extremely rewarding for both teacher and student. Once the decision is made to make the leap, the next choice is to decide which type of yoga teacher training you would like to do. There... [read more]

Yoga Alliance
August 11th, 2011 by Mandy Lawson
When looking to hire a lawyer you find one that is certified by the American Bar Association, and when finding a yoga teacher it is likely that you will look for one certified by the Yoga Alliance. But who is the Yoga Alliance, and what do they do? The Yoga Alliance is the national education and support organization for yoga... [read more]

Yoga Teacher Certification
August 10th, 2011 by Mandy Lawson
Have you always wondered what it would be like to become a yoga teacher? If you have been practicing yoga for some time and want to advance your personal practice and also begin to share your love of yoga and your practice with other people, perhaps teaching yoga would be a great idea for you! What is the first step... [read more]

What to Look for in a Great Yoga Teacher Training
August 9th, 2011 by Mandy Lawson
YTT Practice - Photo by YTT Student Carrie Ingham Teaching yoga is an extremely rewarding and fulfilling career. Once a decision is made to pursue this life-changing avenue there's one big decision to be made: where to do your yoga teacher training. A search online or in any yoga magazine will turn up a multitude of options for completing a yoga teacher training that meets the prerequisites to be... [read more]

Restorative Yoga Classes
July 20th, 2010 by Geoff McCabe
RESTORATIVE YOGA TESTIMONIAL Jeff Ostheimer Registered Acupuncturist Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor RESTORATIVE YOGA CLASSES WITH SASHA DAE I have been in private practice for more than eight years treating varied disorders including MS, neck and back trauma with neurological deficit, women’s health issues, digestive disorders and osteoarthritis. Over these years I have come to appreciate that the one thing... [read more]

Costa Rica Yoga Teacher Training
July 20th, 2010 by Geoff McCabe
yoga-teacher-sasha-dae 200-hr yoga teaching certification with teacher Sasha Dae I would be honored and blessed to offer my skills and experience in order to certify you as a yoga instructor. You will achieve further benefit from an indepth and personalized 216 hour certification with focus on yogic healing techniques. Accommodation and meals are included with the training, in shared room accommodations at... [read more]