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April 27, 2015
I think all of your questions have been answered really well so far, so I wanted to address another area. Yoga really does require a passion for teaching. I used to teach aerobics at a health club and know what teaching spinning class is like. I loved it, but not in the same way I love yoga. Yoga is a part of my life and a way of life for me. I care deeply for my students and wanted to make sure I was well trained to help them and their various needs. That being said, I sure understand that you need to make a living and get certified fast, but seriously consider the Aura yoga course no matter how long it takes. I promise you that you won't be sorry.
Wishing you all the best,
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