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becoming yoga instructor

The practice of yoga has long been associated with good health and wellbeing, and has never been more popular. Yoga is far more than an exercise routine, it is also a spiritual practice encompassing relaxation and meditation. The meaning of the word Yoga is ‘Union’ and in today’s modern world being in union with yourself has never been more important.

It can be difficult at first to find the right style of yoga and the right teacher, and the intimidation often felt by new students can be a block to establishing a practice. Over time and with dedication yoga can transform lives and lead to huge changes.

So what do you do if you want to take your practice to the next level and become a certified yoga instructor? Finding the right teacher training program can be frustrating, as courses can often be expensive and lengthy. Overseas courses don’s necessarily meet standards and expectations of employers once you return home. Finding a yoga teacher training courses is very personal and it is important to find a course that suits your lifestyle.

The beautiful Bhava Yoga Centre in Melbourne is one of the city’s longest running yoga schools. Since July 1986 the Bhava Centre has offered a heart-centered space to practice both yoga and meditation, teaching a style of yoga that is creative in nature. Using colour, music and imitation, classes are creative and flowing. Classes are beautiful and suit all ages and fitness levels.

The yoga teacher training course runs for a full year and is taught by experienced teachers Wendy Bradtke and Gabrielle Boswell. The course is fully registered with Yoga Australia and students receive a full qualification to teach yoga.

For further details on the classes taught at Bhava Centre visit their website 

To learn more about the teacher training course click here

 

 

October 26, 2016  |  Metta Mindful Living
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