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How Do You Know You’re Ready for Yoga Teacher Training?

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You love yoga. You’ve been going for a little while now, and you’re pretty sure that you’re quite good at it. You look forward to your classes and you daydream about being a teacher, with all the freedom and extra yoga-ing that that would bring to your life. But it’s a pipe-dream, right? WRONG! Here’s eight ways to know if you’re ready to start your yoga teacher training. (more…)

Poppy Pickles

YogaLondon; Yoga Teacher in Training, the Final Weekend

YogaLondon; Yoga Teacher in Training, the Final Weekend

Success is on the other side of fear

Weekend 9

Our penultimate weekend came around quickly as we neared the end of the course. I was excited to share with my coursemates that I had a potential teaching opportunity with a trial booked a few weeks from now – I couldn’t believe it! Until then, my focus would be on savoring the remainder of the course which would be quite exam heavy – this evening would be our anatomy exam…! (more…)

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Yoga makes the heart sing

On Yoga Teaching: Are you ready to run a yoga retreat?

On Yoga Teaching: Are you ready to run a yoga retreat?

What do you think of when you hear the words ‘yoga retreat’? Do you imagine burnished blue skies, delicious vegetarian spreads and relaxed yoga sessions with a bunch of like-minded people? Or something more austere with intensive yoga sessions, time for silent contemplation and some proper headspace? Whatever you think of, it’s certainly true that yoga retreats are growing in popularity, and the trend doesn’t look set to change any time soon. (more…)

Poppy Pickles

YogaLondon: Yoga Teacher in Training; weekend 7 & 8

YogaLondon: Yoga Teacher in Training; weekend 7 & 8

We are ambassadors in this long line of teaching (more…)

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YogaLondon: Yoga Teacher in Training; weekend 5 & 6

Yoga London Teacher Training by Jen Armstrong

 ‘Whilst speaking words of wisdom, you are mourning that which is not worthy of grief’

Krishna – Bhagavad Gita

Weekend 5

Practising the exam sequence had a different feel to it this evening. Partly because I’d witnessed the aftermath of a road traffic accident on my way to class. It brought home the fragility of life and the importance of being in the present moment. I only had to glance at the sequence a few times as I was very much in the zone, and somewhat guided by muscle memory. Our course director, Jonathan sealed our practice with one OM before the Mantras lecture. (more…)

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