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Online Yoga Certification – How Technology is Changing the Face of Teacher Training Courses

By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Traditional Yoga teacher training programs still exist, but traditional programs often last years. Not so long ago, the concept of an intensive face-to-face training, for a month, seemed like a new idea. All you had to do was schedule your time, and you could combine your training, with a vacation, [...]

Where do I Find the Confidence to Teach Yoga Classes?

Experience is a matter of learning from mistakes. You can improve dramatically by networking with other Yoga teachers in your area and...

Teaching Hatha Yoga: The Vocal Problem Student

The completely silent student does benefit from silence, and newfound awareness, during Yoga practice. Yet, questions allow more than...

Teaching Hatha Yoga: Student Safety in Yoga Classes

The following precautions are for teachers to implement for the safety of all students who participate in any form of Yoga with movement...

Teaching Hatha Yoga – Silent Observation and Student Abilities

Yoga can be a learning curve for a new student. At the same time, the methodology of teaching can be a challenge for a Yoga instructor...

Teaching Methodology for Yoga Instructor Training Courses

Beyond philosophy, meditation, asana, and Pranayama, there is still much more for an intern to learn about teaching Yoga. These subjects...

Teaching Hatha Yoga: The Eight Limbs and Student Advancement

By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Yoga teachers infinitely differ in their approaches to student advancement. Some teachers will see a physical achievement as the “end goal.” Yet, we know that Yoga has many more aspects for advancement. Among these many aspects are: Emotional, mental, and spiritual growth. Yoga teachers might also consider the value of [...]

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