Choose a teacher that you connect with, relate to and enjoy taking classes with.
If you are going to learn from someone, something you love, you'll want it to be from someone you feel a connection with.
You'll want to enjoy the way they teach, you want to feel that they support you in your practice and you feel safe in their hands.
Yoga has been around for more than 5000 years, some people say even 10,000 years.
There's so much to learn, and so many aspect of the yoga to cover, so get yourself setup to take the most out of it.
Get acquainted with the teacher, teaching style and the background.
Does the yoga style excite you and make you feel amazingly good?
There are so many different yoga styles to choose from, not every style is for everyone.
The way to find yours is by giving it a try, not just one class but attend a few classes.
Maybe try the same style taught by different teachers and you’ll soon find the style that brings you alive and that makes you feel amazing every time.
Because you Should feel that you could do it every day, all the time, non stop.
How much practice teaching will you do? i.e. Teaching “real” students?
There are invaluable learning's when you stand in front of a class, students looking at you waiting to be guided and trusting on you.
Being put in the spotlight arises huge transformations that could be just the thing that it is stopping you or is dragging you down in your life.
It is immensely valuable to have experience teaching, so that when you finish your training you are confident to go out and to take covers.
And grab those teaching opportunities in studios or even to set up on your classes.
Below is a photo of one of the many community classes taught by our graduates.
By the time they finish the training they had taught quite a few classes, applied learning's to support the students.
They were confidant and able to do hands on assist, they learnt how to set up a class, and how to welcome students.
What support is available before, during and after the training?
Many of us have felt some sort of transformation, shifts or feelings that yoga has changed something is ourselves.
Yoga is a journey to self-realisation, a journey of connecting to our inner power that has been hiding or been bared.
Before we can call ourselves yoga teachers we have be comfortable with being a student, because the learning's come from our own self.
This requires guidance form the TT teacher or facilitators, requires unlimited support that should not end at the end of the TT.
Because your journey of self-realisation will continue after the TT, and it is good that it does.
What will you be learning?
Lets take the example of the most common yoga styles taught nowadays, Vinyasa and Hatha.
Many students attend these yoga classes for the physical benefits, to overcome general tightness, back pain, recover from or prevent injuries, and so much more.
Learning anatomy should be an integrated and experiential part of any Teacher training.
It is a must to give you the skills and knowledge to support your students in the best way possible way.
If you learn about Yoga Philosophy, how much will actually be integrated learning.
This can apply it to your life or to your teaching.
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