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31 May

Natalia. Yoga is only exercise ? 1/6

   Yoga is not only about exercise, it’s more about relationships with yourself and world. This is the most hard part of yoga, be less egotistic, destructing, less lazy. To be more helpful people around, environment, calm and wise. Goal of yoga not to get beautiful, muscular or only healthy body ( which asana do), […]

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31 May

Natalia. Why pranayama? 2/6

    Pranayama is 4th limb of yoga, “prana” is “energy” or “life sours”. Breathing is the most important sours for our body, without breathing human can leave just few minutes. We come here with our first breath and leave our body making our last breath…   With breathing techniques like Ujjayi Breathing, Nadi Shodhana, […]

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30 May

Jastine (4/6)

Taught my first community class today! I honestly could have done so much better if I were not letting my nerves get the better of me. I have always had this problem and it is really hard to shake it off. I never truly know how to not be nervous for the things that I […]

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29 May

Jastine (3/6)

We are here at our fourth week of Yoga Teaching Training and we ended day 1 of community classes today. It scares me how fast time is passing by. Super proud and happy to see that everyone taught so well today. The hard work and perseverance were admirable. May tomorrow and the rest of our […]

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29 May

Sequencing (6/6)

One of the greatest lessons YTT has taught me is sequencing. While both doing and teaching an asana the most important thing is to sequence movement strategically. Having worked in project management and client management I believed I had a fair bit of experience in strategizing solutions effectively. Yoga however has taught me the importance […]

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29 May

“Do You Even Know Your Body?” (5/6)

This week we spent time observing each other’s posture and spine health. Each of us seemed to realize something new about our bodies that could be very easily solved with correct posture and consistent yoga practice.   It is alarming how little we know of our own bodies even though we’ve been alive for decades. […]

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