10 Things You Should Know When Choosing a Yoga Teacher Training Program

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By: Silvia Mordini, published on doyouyoga.com

Choosing a teacher training program is an investment in yourself that yields lifelong transformation physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. As such, the program you choose ultimately contributes to the direction of your growth.

I encourage you to look beyond the “surface factors” and explore the depth of each program you are considering. Before choosing a yoga teacher training program, reflect upon these essential elements.

1. Mission & Vision
2. Lead Trainer
3. Program History
4. Yoga Alliance Approval and Certification
5. Learning and Teaching Styles
6. Curriculum and Syllabus
7. Self-Study
8. Community
9. Communication
10. Logistics

Read full article here.

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“Through the Alchemy of Yoga we can create our own medicine, cure our self-created problems and live with the sense of bliss and contentment that all of us are born to experience.” – Bhava Ram

 

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