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Teaching Hatha Yoga: How to Influence Students without Criticism

By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 When you are teaching Hatha Yoga classes, do you ever want to reach out to a particular student, who does not seem to understand a Yogic technique? Maybe you feel a bit frustrated that you have covered this same point, in the last six Yoga classes, and this student was [...]

Hatha Yoga Teachers: What is the Best Yoga Instructor Certification for You?

By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 There are so many styles of Hatha Yoga and many instructor certifications to choose from, but how do you decide which Yoga course is the best for you? We often refer to all of these styles of Hatha Yoga as Yoga sub-styles because they are divisions of Hatha Yoga, which [...]

Who Should Become a Yoga Teacher?

By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Lately, there has been a fuss over who has a right to become a Yoga teacher; but let's look at some of the variables to consider if you desire to teach Yoga. Consider the following questions, "from both sides of the Yoga certification debate." Do you have the correct Yoga [...]

What Else Should a Hatha Yoga Teacher know about teaching Yoga Classes?

By Paul Jerard Hatha Yoga teacher ethics should be thoroughly covered in all Yoga certification programs. With the current laws about harassment, all Yoga teachers, and anyone who works with the public, should beware. The less said, in your Yoga class about trivial matters, the better. Just like Yoga teachers often say to their students, "Stay [...]

Universal Principles of Yoga, Part 3

A few of the more vigorous and contemporary Hatha Yoga styles have limited meditation practice within the class structure. This is not a rule, but the students are just more interested in "getting a workout." Pilates is one of Yoga's 20th Century offshoots and has no meditation practice at all. On the other hand Ashtanga Yoga classes are very vigorous and do contain meditation, as part of the lesson plan.

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