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Learn how to rock your side plank!

Learn how to rock your side plank!

You may have seen the flyers around the studio – Teacher Training is coming!  Teacher Training is so much more than just learning how to guide students through their practice.  Believe it or not, you don’t have to teach yoga after completing Teacher Training.  If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about the tenets of yoga, delve deeper into your own practice, or work on your personal presence Teacher Training can help you do it.  Whether you participate in the 6-month program or the 21-day immersion, you will learn about the history of yoga, breathing techniques, meditation, anatomy, and so much more!

In addition to learning more about your practice, Teacher Training is a time to build lifelong friendships.  Throughout the program, you will spend time with a group of people who want many of the same things you do and who love yoga.  The love of yoga has a way of bringing people together.  Together with this group you will laugh, support each other, and grow stronger in your practice.  You will discover new strengths and how to lift others up with this group.

I remember my Teacher Training experience.  We were a diverse group – small business owners, mothers, students, and full-time employees.  On our first day, we did the standard introductions and had no idea what awaited us.  By the end of the program, we were exchanging gifts, inviting each other to holiday events, and offering to help during a move.  I still keep in touch with many of my fellow “omies” and have even had the privilege of taking part in their auditions.  In addition to bringing this great group into my life, Teacher Training helped me realize my love of teaching.  Teacher Training taught me how to listen to my body and how to show others how to do so.  It was a priceless experience.

Are you interested in learning more about Teacher Training?  Check out the overview here, or post your questions below.  Would love to hear from you!

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