200 hour yoga teacher training in bali

The Art of Yoga Sequencing-Inner Yoga Training

The Art of Yoga Sequencing

One of the key skills required as a yoga teacher is the sequencing of a yoga class. When sequencing a yoga class, there are a variety of factors to take into account. Spinal mobility, the particular theme and energetic effect you are trying to cultivate in a class, the style of yoga you are teaching,

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Do I Have to Be Flexible to Practice Yoga?-Inneryogatraining

Do I Have to Be Flexible to Practice Yoga?

Taking the first steps on your yoga journey can be daunting, as can trying anything new for the first time. It is a common misconception that you need to be flexible to do yoga – in reality, the term yoga actually has nothing to do with flexibility. “Yoga” is a Sanskrit word meaning “to yoke”,

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Why Is My YTT Vegetarian?- Inneryogatraining

Why Is My YTT Vegetarian?

Some Inner Yoga Training students often ask why our yoga teacher training offers vegetarian or vegan-only food. Some people who are used to eating meat regularly worry about being vegetarian for the duration of the yoga course but luckily, we have an amazing chef and most people don’t miss meat! Of course, there will be

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Offline vs Online Yoga Teacher Training-Inneryogatraining

Offline vs Online Yoga Teacher Training

When you’ve been practicing yoga for many years, you may be pondering the next step to take as a yoga enthusiast.  Ultimately, most practitioners take on the challenge of a yoga teacher training with confidence, but then another question approaches… which path should you take; online or offline? Traditionally, 200-hour yoga teacher training was conducted

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Functional Alignment in Yoga

Functional Alignment in Yoga

If you are a yoga practitioner and have attended a class in the past ten years, it is likely you will have been taught ‘traditional’ alignment. Utkatasan with feet glued together, Warrior I with hips squared forward and heel-to-heel alignment, or Anjaneasana with hands together, arms straight, and shoulders away from the ears. If you

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Traditional Chinese Medicine and Yin Yoga

Traditional Chinese Medicine and Yin Yoga

With time, the Western world has come to adopt the healing practices of the East more widely. While the Western approach to health has been established over the past few centuries, both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and yogic approaches to health and wellbeing, like Ayurveda, date back thousands of years. While Traditional Chinese Medicine, yoga,

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Cultural Appropriation of Yoga

Cultural Appropriation of Yoga

Most 200 hour yoga teacher training courses are primarily focused on a physical asana practice and have minimized or stripped away the origins of this ancient spiritual practice. With the boom of this multi-billion-dollar industry, yoga studios popping up everywhere, and yoga teacher training courses on offer all over the world, yoga has become an

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Yoga as a Catalyst for Artistic Expression

Yoga as a Catalyst for Artistic Expression

Creativity is a powerful force that dwells within each of us, waiting to be unleashed! It is a divine right and often hidden behind layers of conditioning and societal expectations that teach us to hide it.  But did you know that an intensive 200 hour yoga teacher training in Bali can be a way to

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