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Dream of becoming a yoga teacher or therapist?

Dream of becoming a yoga teacher or therapist?
By Yoga United 17 May 2018 No comments

18 May 2018 08:32:29

Do you have dreams of becoming a yoga teacher or a yoga therapist?

When you experience the immeasurable power and magic of yoga, how it has become an ally in getting you through difficulties life throws at you
AND
You have first hand experience of the miracle of the body to repair and heal itself
AND
You have deep gratitude for having yoga in your life,


it’s natural to want to share it with others

Is there something getting in the way?

I hear a lot of excitement and good intentions from people thinking about training to become teachers and therapists, but there is often the self-doubt part, the inner critic that comes forward - I often hear this kind of thing repeated ‘I don’t know ENOUGH’, ‘my postures aren’t perfect ENOUGH’, I don’t have ENOUGH confidence’, ‘what gives ME the authority to teach others?’

What I’m reading between the lines is – ‘Even though I am already successful in other areas of my life – whether as a school teacher, manager, leader, parent, speaker, healer, human being, I am not confident ENOUGH about my postures, my knowledge, or myself to be a successful yoga teacher’.

Just imagine! Imagine if you could empower yourself

and others to be ENOUGH!

Which training is right for you?

To address the above doubts, training courses are not only to gain knowledge and acquire skills but to learn how to apply them. By the end of the training, you should have more than a certificate, you have the confidence to take your own yoga out into the world.

And then use all your skills to educate others to do the same!

A thoughtfully created teacher training course will foster the teacher within you, the teacher that you want to become. You get to deepen your experience and understanding of practices you’ve learnt that have meaning for you, and to explore new terrain in the safe hands of professional and encouraging educators.

Some aspects you will take to like a duck to water and other aspects are what we like to call 'growing edges' - where you feel a bit more like a duck on dry land! These are places where you feel things are not sticking or less clear and we all have them regardless of how long we have been practicing and teaching.

Oh and one more thing – it’s OK not to know everything. If we knew it all, there would be no room for new learning and we wouldn’t need to put in the commitment!

So, you absolutely do not have to know everything in advance, neither to you need to be able to balance on your thumbs or order your tea in Sanskrit – you just have to turn up and be authentically and unapologetically yourself!

We hope to support you in finding out

  • How learning can give you knowledge and authority
  • How good you need to be at doing your asana
  • How to build confidence, knowledge and authority
  • How to build a new career as a respected educator
  • How you are supported through the course

For your FREE WORKSHEET to help you consider your options, email or call

Our Course Director, Yoga Therapist and Life Mentor

judy@yogaunited.com or call Judy Hirsh Sampath 07956 375 607

Judy Hirsh Sampath is founder of Yoga United Education who collaborate with the best yoga teacher and therapists to offer new and exciting courses and trainings in all things yoga.

For a list of all Yoga United Education Courses, check out https://www.yogaunited.com/yoga-united-education