A lifelong journey

Yoga’s popularity has exploded. It seems that almost every studio is offering yoga teacher training. Yoga magazines are filled with one-month fast-track retreats where students leave proudly waving a 200 hours’ certificate and are unleashed to teach the public as “qualified” yoga teachers.

In a world where instant gratification has become an expectation, do we really expect to become “instant” teachers? Do we really think it’s possible to have information poured into students’ heads at lightning speed and have them be able to teach yoga

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