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Namaskar!

This is indeed and interesting thread with many subjects to discuss. About the yoga teacher training course minimum hour issues: What is the magic number? YA says 200 hours is the minimum. What if a teacher has 20 years of training as a student? What if another student never studied yoga before?! Some say 240, 320, 500, 750, or 1000 is the number of hours needed to become a professional yoga teacher. Continuing education is the answer, because we must all keep learning.

Shanti,

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