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April 27, 2015
I just wanted to add something. I've read plenty about the BWY. I applaud that they have aimed to raise standards but whenever I've contacted them about classes/workshops etc they have not been the most helpful.I'm not sure I like the idea of going down the route of binding yoga to fitness classes but I could see how people would see that, especially with focus on asana. If it's based along a fitness class there are a ton of poses that would be struck off as unsafe.
I don't know - I like most people have a busy life, not everyone can take a months holiday to study here or abroad - as lovely as that sounds right now. I have started the correspondence course - Passing it would mean I can join and technically give me a teaching credential and be insured. I think it will make me a teacher as a foundation to see if I am ready to return to home study and to deepen my practice.
I like most people have a busy life, not everyone can take a months holiday to study. I feel it's a step along the learning path. I think most people are genuine about their studies and as mentioned above have several years experience before considering teaching.
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