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Practical Information on How To Open Your Yoga Studio

Written By Lara Greene These days, almost everybody has incorporated some form of relaxation technique into their hectic schedules. Yoga seems to be one such technique, which has come a long way over the past century. The question of how to open a Yoga Studio is, thus, a much discussed topic amongst aspiring entrepreneurs, these [...]

Yoga Instructor Training: Teaching Multiple Levels in the Same Class

By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Have you ever felt overwhelmed by students with a variety of ailments in the same class? Are you looking for student solutions to your class scheduling? Do you have time constraints? Let’s look at a question and answer session. Q: Each student is unique, but what do you do with [...]

Become a Certified Yoga Teacher – Do You Have a Passion for Your Job?

By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Among Yoga teachers, there is a common thread, which we may refer to as a “calling” toward teaching classes. A passion stirs inside each one of us to become a yoga teacher, because we see how much the Yogic path has helped us personally. We see what a difference Yoga [...]

Teaching Hatha Yoga: Instilling Positive Thought in Your Students

By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 There are times when Yoga students are temporarily struggling with negative thoughts. This happens to many people, because moods can change over the course of hours, days, or weeks. There are also times, when some people have a natural negative default mechanism in their thinking. For Yoga students to see [...]

Yoga Instructor Training: Your Classroom Communication Skills

By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 For Yoga teachers, there are many advantages to fine tuning the art of spoken communication. When compared to writing, speaking is much more personal. The interaction with one student, or an entire class, establishes a rapport. Working face-to-face, with a class, allows you to use voice inflection, body language, facial [...]

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Yoga Teacher Training Aspects: Class Presentation

By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Once you have become a certified Yoga instructor, there are a number of ingredients involved in your class presentation and future growth. Any person, who teaches any subject, must have good diplomatic skills. The leap from student to teacher is a large one, and it comes with newfound responsibilities. You [...]

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