Where else could you embark on a life-changing yoga teacher training if not at an Indian ashram? In fact, we believe ashrams are the perfect setting when it comes to yoga teacher training. Living the simple life surrounded by nature and like-minded yogis will allow you to bring all your focus into the yoga practice. This will not only deepen your learning, but it will also shift your perspective on life completely. So, get your internationally recognized yoga certification in an Indian ashram! Dare to have a rewarding and unforgettable experience!
Have you ever played a word association or dissociation game? No? Let’s play one then. As a yoga teacher, you will have to unpack and deconstruct your student-teacher relationship to understand it more effectively. These are some questions for you to answer to understand where you stand as a yoga teacher.
A few days ago, a student came to us at Himalaya Tapovanam and asked me what she should do if she wanted to be a yoga teacher. The first question that came in to my mind was: do you want to be a yoga teacher, or just a mere yoga trainer?
You’re a new yoga instructor who has just finished your yoga teacher training. You’re in front of a bunch of students feeling quite nervous. For the very first time, you’re the one person the class is looking at. How do you cope with that?