Tip #86 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Marion ‘Mugs’ McConnell. She encourages future yoga teachers to seek out theory with their practical training. To learn yoga from the roots up.
Tip #85 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Taylor Harkness. It’s a great reminder that yoga teacher training needs to be for you, so you can give to yourself to your students later.
Tip #84 in our 108 YTT Tips series is by Lisa Whitford of Define Yoga. She reminds us to come as we are to yoga teacher training so we can deepen our practice and begin fresh with the experience.
Tip #83 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Les Leventhal. He cautions new teachers to make time for their own practice and remain a consummate student or risk burning out.
Tip #82 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Ron Naresh King. He encourages us to connect with our true self before investing time and money in a yoga teacher training. Then, find a training that reflects that true self.
Tip 81 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Susie Newson of Mocean Yoga. This one is for all of those who know in their gut they want to do yoga teacher training – best to take action start somewhere now.
Tip #80 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Natasha Rizopoulos. She reminds students to honor their yoga teaching journey because it’s precious. And for that reason, she says it’s crucial to select the yoga teacher training carefully.
Tip #79 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Reanna Costa. She reminds us that while yoga teacher training is transformative and a type of self improvement, the most important part is in learning self-love.
Tip #78 in our 108 YTT Tips series is from Robert Busch. He advises teachers to be honest and teach from their own experience (and failures).
Tip #77 in our 108 YTT Tips series is by Tiffany Cruikshank. It’s about letting go of the idea that your first yoga teacher training needs to be everything. The reality is, it’s just the beginning so she suggests that you don’t put too much pressure on it.