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Level 1 in the College Yoga Class
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September 17, 2005 - 9:03 am
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The posts today should be framed. Did everyone wake up feeling cranky today? There are many definitions of "Level 1." For example: the level 1 teacher training from Aura is 240 hours. Level 1 Iyengar teacher training might be two years. Level 1 in a college class might be a few dozen postures, without touching on the deeper material in Hatha Yoga. Level 1 Bikram is 26 postures for two rounds at 100 degrees.

The most important thing to realize is we can modify anything to make it easier or difficult. But when did we start recommending violence?

If a student gets your goat that much, just refer them to another yoga teacher. Who cares if they are an immature egotist? Just refer them to a teacher who will give them what they want. Bikram would be perfect for them. <img src=" title="Laughing" />

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