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17 May

Post 3: Letting go of ego

What is ego to you? Often you hear this phrase – let go of ur ego. According to dictionary, Ego is “a person’s sense of self-esteem or self-importance”.   I was very much afraid of failure. Very much refused to admit, but through this journey i have to.   So, today it happens. i held […]

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17 May

My first three yoga classes are completed!

I wasn’t planned to be a yoga teacher when I first register for YTT training. My initial thought is simply to have a good command of knowledge in yoga and to be able to practice yoga myself safely at home. However, the YTT changes my mind, it encourages me to think and learn yoga in […]

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17 May

Thank you, Jessica

I really appreciate it to have Jessica being my 200hr YTT yoga instructor. Firstly, a 200hr YTT theory class can be a really boring class with all the Sanskrits and plain definitions for them. Jessica made each Sanskrit more meaningful for us by giving examples and telling funny stories. Her theory class is never boring […]

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17 May

More about asana practice

Before my 200hr YTT, I had barely learned any inversion and hand balancing poses. There are balancing poses such as tree pose and revolved triangle poses, which I have practiced but always found difficulty in finding balance. After realizing the importance of muscle engagement and body awareness, the balancing poses are easier to achieve by […]

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17 May

Asanas

What I want to achieve through asana practice? This is a question we all should questioning ourselves before our yoga practice. I had been practicing yoga for a few different reasons before attending my YTT training. I have been practiced yoga for weight loss, for flexibility, for relaxation, for therapy, for alignment, for strength…and eventually, […]

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17 May

Transformation Since YTT

I have seen amazing transformation of myself since my 200hr YTT course. Starting from asanas, I am learning asanas in a completely different way. Instead of imitating asanas from yoga instructors, I started to understand an asana by its Sanskrit and instructions, thinking about the entry and exit of each asana, as well as feeling […]

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