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Oct 26

12 Reasons Why You Should Do Your Yoga Teacher Training in India

By arhanta_y_org | Energies/ Pranayama/ Chakras / Ayurveda , Yoga and physical / mental health , Yoga Teachers Training

Are you thinking about following a yoga teacher training? You will discover that there is a myriad of possibilities to choose from. One of the most important question is where would you like to do your teacher training: back home or abroad? If you want to do your yoga teacher training abroad, the most popular destination is India, the birthplace of yoga.

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Sep 27

Tips for Busy Yoga Teachers: How to Keep-Up With Your Personal Yoga Practice

By arhanta_y_org | Yoga Teachers Training

Many yoga teachers struggle to keep up their personal yoga practice. Are you a yoga teacher and do you feel you’re too busy to take the time for your personal yoga practice?

Think about why you wanted to become a yoga teacher in the first place. You probably started to teach because of your own passion for yoga. Maybe even because you of your first-hand experience of the balancing effects of yoga.

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Jul 01

4 Reasons Why an Intensive 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Works

By arhanta_y_org | Yoga Teachers Training

One of the most disputed questions surrounding yoga teacher training courses is not particularly the amount of hours. There are critical voices about the concept of becoming a yoga teacher in 200 hours. But there is more discussion about doing these 200 hours within the setting of an intensive yoga teacher training of one month. There are many yoga schools that offer 200 hours yoga teacher training courses spread out over a period of 2 to 3 years. And there is a growing number of schools and ashrams, that offer a 200 hour intensive yoga teacher training within a period of 4 weeks.

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Jun 13

3 Yogic Breathing Exercises to Calm Down

By arhanta_y_org | Yoga Teachers Training

We all feel stressed at certain points in our lives. Stress is usually caused by overexertion of our bodies and minds. Often, such an overexertion is caused by simple overthinking and worry.
Another factor that can lead to stress is the constant stimulation of our senses that we are so often exposed to. And whenever our senses are overstimulated, our thoughts are triggered to run wild. As a result, we feel stressed and out of balance.

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