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April 27, 2015
One reason for more extensive training is to benefit your students. You would learn much more about anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology in a 500 hour Yoga certification course. This is not to say that the additional 200 hours would only be spent on anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology, but you could be so much safer.
If we don't try to constantly improve, we will sit still. As you can see in this forum and on Paul's blogs: https://yoga-teacher-training.blogspot.com/ and
//www.yoga-teacher-training.org/blog/ - continuing education is the safest path for yoga instructors to take. If we are arrogant enough to think that one 200 hour training will be all we need to safely teach yoga for life, we are sadly mistaken. Hopefully, you see my point.
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