By Gopi Rao In this contemporary era, more and more people have become interested in education and getting physically fit. For this reason, individuals who choose a career in yoga instruction can oftentimes attain both economic security as well as the ability to make a positive contribution into the lives of other people. If you are interested […]

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By Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Managers of fitness centers, wellness boutiques, and studios may, or may not, also be yoga teachers. Some managers are strictly business oriented and only focus on staying in business. Let’s be honest – some teachers cannot manage a business. The nature of business is not for everyone. Managing a group of […]

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By Faye Martins Yoga teacher ethics are an extremely complex issue. What if you met your soul mate in your classroom? If you are faithfully married, then the moral guidelines are simple, but what about single teachers who meet single students? If a student is married, that is also a simple matter of avoiding a real bad […]

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By Faye Martins There have been times when it has been stated that yoga teacher ethics were just a matter of common sense. Teachers have seen the looks in an intern’s eyes, when the lecture starts. The intern’s eyes tell me that he/she is thinking, “What’s the big deal?” with respect to teacher ethics. To […]

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By Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 Vinyasa is a popular form of Yoga that, in the West, is characterized by movement – both while in an asana and when moving between two asanas. The breath initiates all movement in a Vinyasa Yoga class, resulting in a beautiful slow flow. Here are seven things that teachers of Vinyasa […]

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