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No Two Yoga Schools Are Alike: A Guide to Selecting the Best Yoga Teacher Training for you By: Laura Hand When the spark of teacher training first ignites in your heart, a few things start to happen. You start to approach your yoga practice in a different, albeit intimate way, considering what it would be like to teach what you are experiencing. You develop an even deeper respect for your yoga instructors and begin to pick up on the subtle details of their creative offerings. But most of all you start to see “YTT” everywhere you look. It’s like that magic thing that happens when you buy a car; you start to see the same model on the road and in parking lots. Once you open up to the possibility…

Why Creating a Compassionate Yoga Community is Important

by Silvia Mordini I’ve practiced yoga for over 15 years. I’ve taught more than 11,000 hours and since my very first teacher training, my goal has always been to teach what I practice and to practice what I teach. Through the years of practicing with different teachers, it has become clear to me that creating a compassionate yoga community requires that we take responsibility for ourselves. Read the whole article on www.gaiamtv.com.

Sequencing as the Vinyasa of Your Life

by Silvia Mordini Yoga teachers talk a lot about sequencing. Sometimes they speak about it with awe and reverence. Many attend workshops to learn more. When yoga teachers get together, they will undoubtedly start whispering excitedly about a new sequence or someone’s class they went to that had a totally rad sequence they’d never done before. Yoga teachers are stoked about smart sequencing! And that is one of the definitions of vinyasa: to place the order of poses in a special way and with intelligence. Read the whole article on www.gaiamtv.com.

5 Ways Teachers Can Help Other Teachers

by Silvia Mordini We’ve all been that new teacher, so excited and eager to teach and grow. For many of us that process has been made more difficult due to lack of conscious teacher mentors. Going through teacher training and having a teacher trainer is simply not enough. In my fifteen years of experience and over 10,000 hours of teaching I have compiled some suggestions on ways we can help each other and encourage a new generation of yoga teachers. Read the whole article on www.gaiamtv.com.

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