There’s something about fall that just feels like back to school time for me, even as an adult.
Jason’s 200-hour YTT is coming up October 24th, so we thought we’d review what to look for if you’re thinking about going back to yoga school!
We talk through the importance of adapting asana to modern knowledge and safety standards, the significance of understanding yoga anatomy in a functional context, and prioritizing strength and stability in practice. We also touch on the need for a thorough understanding of yoga philosophy, and some of the foundational texts to look for on the syllabus.
More highlights from the interview:
- Sequencing is a critical aspect of teacher training. In a 200-hour YTT, learning a few set sequences can be incredibly helpful.
- Immersive and repetitive practice teaching is essential for building confidence as a yoga teacher. Jason shares how he structures it and the advantages of practice teaching on Zoom.
- YTTs that offer specialized training in a specific area of yoga are a plus! These skills can enhance a teacher’s expertise and marketability.
- A lead trainer who is stable, compassionate, and mentally/emotionally composed will help you navigate personal growth during your yoga journey.
Join Jason for a free webinar August 31st! He will is on the psycho-emotional benefits of teacher training.
Register for Yoga Teacher Training as Self-Transformation* at www.jasonyoga.com/webinar
* Attendees will receive a code for $50 off the early bird price of the training.
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