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April 27, 2015
In the interest of any future students you might consider learning from the Aura courses and mentoring with a local yoga instructor. Meaning no disrespect, you should consider that it is possible for one to become injured when a teacher dsn't know how a student could become injured.
You may want to look through the Aura yoga teacher community and interact with all of the resources they provide. I know you are in a hurry, but you might consider the potential to hurt a student by not knowing. In the process of learning from Aura's articles, newsletters, online videos and downloadable MP3 broadcasts you could become an excellent yoga teacher.
All this in addition to practicing with a teacher in your area would make you the best teacher you could be. One should not enter onto the path of learning if one feels the answers are already obvious. If you already know how to teach yoga, why bother to learn? You know this is a journey that will take many steps and a fair share of time.
It has been said, "Be not afraid of growing slowly, be afraid only of standing still." Put your foot forward and take the journey without angst. If the gym owner, or the management, is paying for your education, consider yourself extremely lucky in this current environment.
Wishing you much luck and success,
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