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Answers to the TOP TEN Questions Wannabe Yoga Teachers Ask

Answers to the TOP TEN Questions Wannabe Yoga Teachers Ask

This year hasn’t been easy, but for some, it’s provided some mental space to think about what’s really important.

Family, yes. Friends, yes (but perhaps not all of them). Yoga, yes.

Yoga has been a bedrock for so many people during this strange and uncertain time. Some of you may have found yourselves furloughed with oodles of spare time to develop your home practice (because there wasn’t any other sort of practice anymore).

Others of you – perhaps those on the front line of dealing with this pandemic – found yourselves busier than ever, but perhaps reaching for that quiet practice to ground yourself before yet another day.

And maybe, just maybe, THIS might be the year to become a yoga teacher – everything else has changed, so why not just DO it? And if you have any questions and doubts circling round in your brain then read on, we know all about them and have provided the answer right here.

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Poppy Pickles

Two Female Yoga Teachers You’ve NEVER Heard Of

Two Female Yoga Teachers You've NEVER Heard Of

Yoga has become a huge part of British popular culture, but back in the 1950s and 60s, it was an exotic and ‘foreign’ activity. We’ve all heard of the male teachers who brought about the popularisation of yoga in the UK – world-famous figures, such as B. K. S. Iyengar and Sri K Pattabhi Jois – but did you know that there were two female yoga teachers who played a crucial part? We didn’t either!

So, let’s play our part in celebrating the role of women in yoga and the history of yoga in this country. (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…)

Imogen Ingram

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…)

Imogen Ingram

YogaLondon: Yoga Teacher in Training

YogaLondon: Yoga Teacher in Training

One step forward two steps back

Home Practice

My home practice has been developing well these past few weeks, however, a few highlights stood out (more…)

Imogen Ingram