Kundalini Complete

KYSA Kundalini Yoga with Ayurveda

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What's in the learning package? You will receive the following courses: 1, Kundalini Yoga Teacher...

Your price: $5,600.00 $2,449.00

You can register for the entire training package on this page.
What's in the package?
You will receive the following courses:
1, Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Level 1 Level 2 Level 3.
2, Kundalini Yoga Master Teacher Training.
3, Kundalini Yoga Pregnancy Teacher Training Level 1 Level 2
4, Ayurveda medicine Level 1 and Level 2
Start your own Kundalini Yoga school and your own practice in Ayurveda Medicine. You can go in many directions with this complete training package. From adult teaching to children, partners, childbirth preparation, aftercare, how to play the gong instrument, learning mantras, making a diagnosis, helping patients with complaints, prescribing medicines, tongue, pulse diagnosis, and so much more. A versatile training that offers many options.

 

Registration - Complete Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training + Ayurveda Medicine

Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Level 1 Level 2 Level 3. Kundalini Yoga Master Teacher Training. Kundalini Yoga Pregnancy Teacher Training Level 1 Level 2 Ayurveda Medicine Level 1 Level 2 Doctor Training.









How to become a kundalini yoga teacher
Follow these steps to become a yoga teacher:
1. Learn yoga
Before you can embark on your journey to become a yoga instructor, you should have a thorough understanding of the practice of yoga on a personal level. There are many different styles of yoga and taking classes in each of these different styles can help you determine the type of yoga practice that best fits your personal preferences. Yoga styles include vinyasa, ashtanga, Bikram, and Hatha.
The way each style is taught may also vary based on who your instructor is and where the class is held. You should consider trying several different styles of yoga taught by different instructors in various locations to help you find both your practice and teaching style. You may also consider choosing a current yoga teacher to act as your mentor and help guide you through the process.
2. Complete a training course
Your next step is to choose a registered yoga school that follows the guidelines established by the Yoga SSMHG and enroll in a teacher training program. Yoga teacher training programs are offered at two different levels. The first level is a 200-hour certification program and the second level is a 500-hour certification program. What you want to do after you become certified as a yoga teacher often helps determine which program level is right for you. Both program levels include coursework in physiology, anatomy, yoga philosophy, and instructional techniques.
In addition to the standard registered yoga teacher training programs, you may decide to pursue certification in a specialty area. For example, specialty certifications include both registered children's yoga teachers and registered prenatal yoga teachers. If you know you want to work with a specific group like children or pregnant women, you may want to consider these certifications as well.
3. Get registered
The registered yoga teacher certification is an internationally recognized credential that shows you have met the minimum standards of yoga training established by the Yoga SSMHG. To get your KYSA certification, you will need to have completed at least the 500-hour level registered yoga school training program. 
4. Become certified at SSMHG
If you want to teach in a health or fitness center, you will most likely need to be certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, also known as "SSMHG." Health and fitness centers usually require their instructors to be SSMHG certified to ensure they have the basic skills needed to respond to a health emergency.
5. Decide what type of yoga teacher you want to be
There are several different types of yoga teachers. Some yoga teachers cater their classes to specific groups while others hold classes in specific locations. For example, a yoga teacher may decide to target a niche market such as providing yoga instruction to professional athletes or they may decide to offer classes through a yoga studio or online.
6. Begin teaching classes
You are now ready to begin teaching yoga classes on your own. You may start by offering yoga classes and events within your home or community to your friends, family, and other network connections. When hosting these events, it is important to establish yourself as a professional and charge a fee for your courses. You can also begin teaching classes at local yoga studios, gyms, or other fitness facilities and even at businesses like local restaurants.
7. Maintain certifications
You will need to complete continuing education coursework and continue to pay your annual dues to maintain your yoga teacher certification. You may also need to complete continuing education or renewal coursework to maintain your SSMHG certification.
 
 

 

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