Yoga teacher training weekend three is done and dusted. This weekend was mostly spent around the seated and finishing sequences. We learnt the adjustments and modifications for both sections which means we have now covered all parts to the yoga class (as taught by Yoga London). So what does a yoga class look like and how is it structured? The diagram below is specific to how we’ve been taught and is based on a 60 minute class where we’ll be teaching Vinyasa flow.…

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So weekend 2 of yoga teacher training is done and I am pretty exhausted from this one. This was our first weekend in two weeks and we had been tasked with 6 days practice, learning the Sanskrit names for Surya Namaskara A & B (sun salutations) and writing some teaching scripts ready for the weekend ahead. I have to be honest the first week I only practiced 3 times and the second week was 5 but only because it included…

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I have been practicing yoga for the last 4 years or so but more consistently in the last 2 years. I have always enjoyed yoga and found that it really compliments endurance sport. Last year I decided I wanted to deepen my knowledge and understanding of the practice and there’s no time like the present right? So I looked at yoga teacher training and decided to go with Yoga London, which one of my close friends had also completed her training…

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I have recently finished participating in a 12 day yoga challenge by the brand Dharmabums. If you haven’t come across this yoga brand before do check them out as their leggings are amazing. Fantastic colours, patterns and lovely on the skin, there’s a few on my Instagram page. I really enjoy yoga and would like to make it more of a permanent fixture in my regime. Stretching is important before and after exercise, you should do dynamic stretching before exercise…

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