I've laately had some great conversations with individuals fascinated in participating a yoga instructor training program. These talks have really spanned the range; there have been people who are certain as to what they want to get into, to people who are not certain where to invest their time, money, heart and spirit, and everything in between. Even if you do not want to educate yoga, the idea of ​​going to training can be attractive. It's the opportunity to comprehend a particular type of yoga more, meet like-minded people, travel, work out create your wellness a priority and in many circumstances, very explore who you are and how you can be your best through the task of the real and spiritual expression of yoga.

Before you start, here are some factors you may want to consider and / or do before you go:

1. Choose a type you love: Why invest in a training on a design of yoga you do not like? Without you have all time and money in the world, love what you're going to jump into. This resembles it's not your best friend's favorite type, and you're not persuaded by the teacher's cool ads. It's a type that talks to you, looks good in your body, and you can share in all honesty from your heart about your encounters, as a student. This will all be the foundation of your teaching.

2. Know that yoga teacher sessions are not vacations: OK, yes, you may be in an exotic location. You may be consuming tropical vegetables and fruits and veggies. There may be an ocean close by or even within easy reach. But, most likely (and I can only share for my own encounter here) you will not really have a lot of free time to lounge, study, swim or rest. You'll be absorbing information, exercising, sharing, writing and many more other things. It's stressful but at some point, extremely useful. Just have a real feeling of what to expect, as much as you can, through some of the tips above.

5. Have a personal schedule before you go: Instructor sessions typically have a fairly tight schedule. They have to; you've got a lot of things to do. As such, they are hard to the body and mind, but again, this all comes with the advantage of absorbing useful lessons and encounters. One of the best preparations you can do before you leave is to do more exercises. Preferably, you've got access to a studio that supports the design of yoga that will be the focus of the teacher training, but even if not, just being exercising every day or, at least, three times a week. This can give a strong body, which you'll need for the comprehensive training you'll do at the training. This will also make the self-discipline you'll need to take advantage of when you're working hard at the training.

Attending an instructor training can be the first step into a profession you love, a way to show yourself with passion and a foundation for living a lifestyle that is consistent with your principles. Be sure on what you want and go for it!