Common Myths About Yoga Teacher Training
Myth 1: You have to be very flexible to be a yoga teacher.
This is a common misconception. Flexibility and suppleness is not a prerequisite for being a yoga teacher. It’s more important to understand the structure and benefits of the postures and to be able to communicate this effectively with students. About 60% of yoga teacher do not have full flexibility. However, the International ShivayogaTeacher Training Course will increase your flexibility levels
Myth 2: Yoga teacher training is expensive
Some yoga teacher training courses are expensive.However, ShivayogaTeacher Training is offered at the affordable price of £950. This price includes registration fees, 24-28 days expert tuition and support over 10 months, several DVDs, a comprehensive training manual, and a Shivayoga teacher t-shirt. Course fees are usually paid in two instalments however, a monthly payment option is available if finances are an issue.
Myth 3: You need to have a lot of free time available to train as a yoga teacher
You only need to have 2 or 3 days a month available in order to complete the Shivayoga Teacher Training course, usually at the weekend. This is relatively small commitment in exchange for substantial personal and professional gains.
Myth 4: There’s no point training as a yoga teacher as there are already so many around
It’s true that there are more yoga teachers around than there were a decade or twenty years ago. But it’s also true that demand for yoga teachers is increasingly significantly. More and more people are turning to yoga to achieve balance and relaxation in an ever-more stressful world. So there will always be a need for qualified yoga teachers.