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Yoga Teacher Education

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If you have been teaching for years or want to know how to
become a Yoga instructor,there is something here for you

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How to teach students of all age groups

Within this community, you can find tips, discussions
and techniques for every type of student

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Yoga Teacher Training

Namaste and welcome to Aura Wellness Center’s yoga teacher training resource site.  You will find blogs, forums, information, and courses for instructors and those who want to become a Yoga teacher. The resources provided are a compilation from many teachers from diverse locations, styles, and backgrounds. We welcome your readership and participation – with the common goal of improving yoga teacher training sessions and class safety procedures for all students.

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How to Teach Partner Yoga Classes

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Although there is much to discover by visiting our Yoga teacher training blogs and forums, many of our successful graduates have mentioned that their favorite resource is our video archives. If you are looking for a resource that addresses teacher issues, this is it.

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How to Teach Partner Yoga Classes

Most yoga teacher training courses don't go into running partner sessions. Many of us learn more about it after yoga certification. If...

Yoga and Meditation for Stress Reduction

Many people picture yoga as a posturing practice, but it’s necessary to remember that meditation and pranayama are monumental parts of a complete practice. Meditation has been demonstrated to not only decrease stress levels, but also induce changes in brain physiology. Eileen Luders, a researcher in the UCLA School of Medicine, conducted a study in 2009 that compared the MRIs of 22 meditators, with 5-46 years of experience, with 22 non-meditators, and found that meditators had increased gray matter in the areas of the brain associated with attention, regulating emotions, and decision-making. In effect, meditators were more focused and better equipped to deal with negative or stressful situations and make logical, mindful decisions. Similarly, in 2009, Philippe Goldin, a project director in Stanford University, monitored individuals taking an 8-week course on meditation and yoga.

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