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April 27, 2015
I have a few questions about the teacher training packages. I've been looking at my options for yoga teacher training for a few months. Found this website and instantly a huge sigh of relief came out I thought this is exactly what I need! Yea! Lol. Of all the subjects I've eliminated over the years when it came to what I wanna do with my life, 'being a yoga yeacher' has never faded away. It's gotten to the point where I want it so bad I can taste it. I wake up everyday and it's the primary thought that flows through my mind. I want it to become a reality and to become my primary 'thought in action'. So with all that in mind, my question is in reference to the level 2 complete includes level 1 yoga teacher training course package. I'm wondering if that's my best bet for getting everything I would need plus what I didn't even know I needed? Also, of the people who have graduated did any of them use that one? And hypothetically, if I should just get a level one only package which one is the best?... Not neccesarily the best selling just the best? Oh and FYI I do practice yoga at least five times a week. Mostly at home. Occasionally classes. So I'm not starting out completely void of knowledge.
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