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September 15, 2008 - 5:49 am
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Namaskar Alison,

Within the UK, the British Wheel of Yoga is the most widely recognised Yoga teacher registry. It is not required to join them, but if you are going to teach at another teacher's Yoga studio it might be wise to join the crowd or join as a student now.

Some certified yoga teachers remain independent and teach at dance schools, athletic clubs, gyms, martial arts schools, assisted living centers, etc.

There is a one more option, if you wish to join a reputable registry: There is another UK Yoga registry called the Yoga Register.

For more information on this subject visit: and

Postures on the Aura exams are assessed by your practical exam DVD.

The Camp in a Box (Level1) is for a 240 hour Yoga teacher diploma, which qualifies you to teach classes.

Om Shanti,


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