How to be a Yoga Instructor
Yoga is Big Business
Yoga has become mainstream over the past ten years. Tens of thousands of
people have taken up yoga, some of them inspired by the many celebrities
who have taken to the mat because of the health and toning benefits of this
ancient system of exercise and spiritual development.
As yoga has become more popular, it has received much more media
attention, spawning hundreds of articles on the different approaches to yoga
and how it should be practiced.
Whether you're a novice yogi still searching for the style of yoga that suits you best, or a teacher with hundreds of hours of experience, this resource center contains useful and valuable information for you about the study and practice of yoga. Learn how scholars and experienced teachers define yoga and what it means to them, get a general feel for the many lineages and styles of practice, understand the benefits of developing a regular practice, find the practice and teacher that are right for you, and even get some tips on how to select a teacher-training program.
"Yoga” is challenging and is the subject of extensive academic and philosophical study. As the largest nonprofit supporting yoga, we offer this brief introduction to Yoga, along with perspectives from leading scholars and yogis, to help answer this question.
Yoga Alliance embraces all types of yoga. Given the wide variety of approaches available today, it can be very confusing to determine what type is right for you or your facility. On the Yoga Alliance directory, we ask our teachers and schools to help you learn about their approach to yoga by using friendly descriptions, which we’ve explained in this section.
Interested in deepening your practice and taking the leap to become a yoga teacher? It is a wonderful and rewarding journey you are about to embark on. But before you hand over your credit card and make up your business cards you need to find the yoga teacher training that is right for you. With more and more trainings popping up in local studios, the decision won’t be an easy one. In this section, Pamela Nixon of Teachasana.com shares some insights on how to find the program that's the best fit for your needs and desires.
If you are passionate about yoga, appreciate its health benefits, and want to share these benefits with other people, then you might be the perfect candidate for teaching yoga!.
5Ask your students for feedback. Consider asking your students to fill out a questionnaire at the end of your class so that you can make improvements for the future.
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