Being A Yoga Teacher In Ashtanga and Vinyasa – Experience Sharing

Being A Yoga Teacher In Ashtanga and Vinyasa – Experience Sharing

 

Are you planning and thinking to go deeper into being a yoga teacher in ashtanga yoga? It is always recommended to find out more from those who have walk the path and learn from their experience so that we know what to expect.

In yoga, we naturally start with asanas. In fact, the physical aspect of Yoga has always been very important to me, perhaps even essential because I am diabetic and it serves as a kind of life support, the best medicine for my metabolism, digestive, and nervous system.

being a yoga teacher

 

In ancient times, yoga gurus (masters that brought light and clarity to those seeking it) guided a pupil step by step through 8 limbs of the Patanjali Yoga system. Those “limbs” included social ethics, self observances, physical practice, breath and sense control, concentration, meditation and lastly, liberation, which is also referred to as Samadhi. Today, the focus has changed. Firstly, we need to support our body – physical body – to release the mind. Then, we must remove our tension and bring to our life deeper consciousness – freedom, peace and happiness.

Here’s the link to the experience sharing…

 

Being A Yoga Teacher In Ashtanga and Vinyasa

 

 

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