Becoming a Yoga Teacher
People come to yoga for a variety of reasons. Some come for exercise, some for health reasons, and some for a deeper connection to self and life. Yoga teachers are no different. They come from all walks of life, but each is headed down the same path—taking their practice to the next level. This blog, Becoming a Yoga Teacher , orginialy written in 2015, helps you explore and define your reason for taking the next step to teaching. and if your ready to begin, we would be honored to share the yoga teacher training journey with you. We invite you to join us for our 2017-18 Yoga Alliance 200 hour yoga teacher certification program at Yoga East Healing Arts. Accepting admissions as space permits or until August 21st 2017.
You love practicing yoga, and it has made a big difference in your life.
A yoga teacher training program will inspire, enhance, and perhaps even enlighten your own practice. Making a commitment to yourself to create a disciplined, regular practice often leads you to a deeper connection to and understanding of the body’s internal wisdom. That connection often creates a happier, healthier, and more peaceful way of life. Some students come just to deepen their awareness of yoga and connection to self.
You love practicing yoga, and you would like to make a difference in someone else’s life.
When you began to shape and create your own yoga path, you can guide others on their journeys. Teaching something you love is one of the most rewarding things you can do. Having the opportunity to watch others grow in strength, grace, and heart is a humbling experience.
You love practicing yoga, and you would like to make a difference in your community.
When you can create a guiding light for the yoga practice of others, you can began to shine out to an entire community. Our communities are extension of ourselves. Yoga can reach out and touch many lives for the better. We all want the same things: health, happiness, and peace. The power of community supports intentions, creates accountability, and sustains us all.
You love practicing yoga, and you realize your can make a difference in the world.
Yoga teaches us that we are all connected and that every choice we make creates karma or actions. When you begin to offer this simple teaching, the world around you begins to change—one body and one breath at a time. As we become aware that what we do and how we live has an impact on everything and everyone, we take the yoga off the mat and into the world, and that makes all the difference.