We’ve gotten many questions recently about teacher training that we decided to do an episode that answers common questions. Doing a yoga teacher training is a huge investment — both financially and in terms of your time. It can be a wonderfully transformative experience, but it’s worth doing your research and thinking about what is going to best meet your needs.
Jason and I talk about:
- Whether you should stick with a local teacher or travel to do a training with a well-known teacher (his answer might surprise you).
- Considerations in terms of format — monthlong intensive? two week modules? six months of weekends?
- How vital it is to continue your education even after completing a foundational 200-hour training
- Are there different things to consider if you just want to deepen your practice vs. wanting to teach?
- Plus, we talk about what types of information and skills an advanced 300-hour training can provide.
Last thing: We are in the midst of content development and would love to know what you’d like to see more of, so we created a super quick 6-question survey. We’d love it if you’d spend a minute of your time offering us feedback! Take the survey here.
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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
Jason’s 2017 Teacher Training in San Francisco
Jason’s Art of Yoga Sequencing E-Course
Jason’s Essential Anatomy E-Course
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Cory Gray — House Arrest
The Polish Ambassador — Wonder Continental ft. Beatbeat Whisper
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