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April 27, 2015
This aura yoga teacher certification looks real good, but I have a few questions. Would the basic course be quicker? Like I am out of a job and my local health club said this was the only distance training they would honor. Like I can handle my budget for a while, but I could be teaching this week if I had a yoga teacher diplomas. And like here are my questions. What's the fastest I could finish this course? How quick is their turn around time after I send my exams in? How tough are the tests? Like do they give true or false, multiple choice, essay format or a mix? What is the minimum passing grade? What is the fail rate? Does anybody fail or is it a pass'em quick course? What's the difference between the scratch and dent and the regular yoga teacher in a box course? What are the hidden fees? Don't tell me there aren't any because I shopped around and everybody has buried fees. Some of them are hundreds or thousands of dollars. Why does my club want me to come to aura when I could get a certification for next to nothing?
I don't really have much of a yoga background but I teach a spinning class so I don't get all this namaste stuff. Like really yoga seems like it attracts a different crowd from spinning or step. so I guess I don't see all the extras being worth much. Idon't want to learn about chakras and all the contraindications. I don't have the extra time for it and who could get hurt in a yoga class anyway???
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