Upon receipt of your Yoga training course material, you will receive step-by-step instructions – however, let’s go over the highlights of your Yoga teacher certification course.
- You would want to focus on your written exam first. Set a goal of reading a realistic amount of pages each day. For example: if you were to read 10 pages per day – within 3 months – you would have your written exam complete.
- You would have developed a complete lesson plan for your Yoga class with Question 50 of the written exam.
- You would pick a health topic to write about for your essay (3 pages – typed). It could be an overview of Yoga, and its relationship to health, or it could be Yoga and its relationship to a specific ailment. Either way, it is your choice, and I would pick a Yoga and health subject that motivates you
- Once you have your Yoga lesson plan template, you can start to refine it for your practical exam (video or DVD). As far as VCD’s, or DVD’s, we can read any format – from any part of the world. We cannot view video tapes that use PAL format.
- In your Yoga course, there are also a number of continuing education resources, for Yoga teachers, such as – How to set yourself up in business – Chakra Balancing – and Marketing your Yoga studio.
You should not get side tracked by these during the Yoga certification process. Therefore, focus on your Yoga teacher written exam, the essay, and the practical exam first – and in that order.