Category Archives for "Yoga Teachers Training"

Jan 19

Teaching Teen Yoga: A Guide to the Benefits of Teaching Yoga to Teenagers

By Arhanta Yoga | How to Teach , Yoga and physical / mental health , yoga styles explained , Yoga Teachers Training

Yoga can be an immensely powerful educational tool to help teenagers develop into healthy, confident, and conscious adults. Teaching yoga to teenagers is a rewarding task because it can make a great positive impact on a young person’s life. Teen Yoga supports teens and young adults in developing their attention span, emotional intelligence, awareness of their own body, and overall coordination and cognitive abilities. Just like in adults, yoga helps teenagers to reduce stress and anxiety and helps them experience more well-being, peace, harmony, and joy.

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Jan 15

How to Teach Vinyasa Yoga for All Levels: Essential Guide

By Arhanta Yoga | How to Teach , yoga styles explained , Yoga Teachers Training

Why is teaching Vinyasa Yoga challenging? Vinyasa Flow classes are dynamic practices in which we continuously move from pose to pose. Most postures are held for only a few breaths before we transition to the next pose. As a teacher, you must be fluent in your instruction while also being quick in detecting and verbally or manually adjusting any misalignments. There a six main challenges and therefore six valuable tips on how to teach Vinyasa Yoga for all levels. Read on to learn about how you can work on mastering them and becoming a skilled Vinyasa Yoga teacher.

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Nov 12

Hypnotherapy Techniques for Holistic Professionals & Yoga Teachers

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

Hypnotherapy is a deep form of guided meditation that can be used to reduce stress, heal a variety of emotional and mental challenges, enhance creativity, and expand someone’s spiritual experience of consciousness.
Next to being a form of transformative therapy in its own right, it can also be utilized in group settings and private yoga sessions. Unfortunately, many holistic practitioners don’t realize they can use hypnotherapy (guided meditation) techniques to enhance their existing practice.

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Feb 17

What is Yoga Nidra?

By Arhanta Yoga | yoga styles explained , Yoga Teachers Training

The practice of Yoga Nidra leads us into a state of harmonious, restful being. From here, we can heal, restore and awaken to our true, blissful and eternal Self. This sublime practice is gaining popularity all over the world as more and more people experience its healing powers while ongoing research continues to prove its effectiveness. But what is Yoga Nidra actually and by the extension of that, what isn’t? Read on to learn more about what is, and what isn’t Yoga Nidra!

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Feb 07

Chair Yoga: How to Teach Yoga for Restricted Mobility

By Arhanta Yoga | How to Teach , Yoga and physical / mental health , yoga styles explained , Yoga Teachers Training

One of the great benefits of yoga is its accessibility for different levels, including elderly people and people with restricted mobility. For this group, Chair Yoga offers a large range of possibilities for following a full yoga class. Do you want to teach yoga to people with restricted mobility, yoga for elderly people or yoga that is accessible to people with disabilities?

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Nov 29

Yin Yoga versus Restorative Yoga – What Are the Differences and Similarities?

By Arhanta Yoga | Yoga and physical / mental health , Yoga Teachers Training

Yin Yoga versus Restorative Yoga – What Are the Differences and Similarities? “Between stimulus and response, there is a space and, in that space, lies our power and our freedom” – Victor FranklIn this age of so much stress, we desperately need to find our center and reconnect with our power and our freedom. The freedom […]

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Oct 26

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

By Arhanta Yoga | 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 Yoga | 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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