Yoga Teacher Training,

is it really for me?

Reasons Why to take a Yoga Teacher Training,

even if you don't want to teach...


If you're reading this right now, you've probably considered taking yoga teacher training in some capacity. It's a natural thing that happens to many yogis once they reach a certain point in their physical practice. But teaching isn't for everyone. So should you bother taking a yoga teacher training if you don't ever want to teach? The answer is a very simple YES! Here are some legit reasons to take a yoga teacher training, even if you have no intention of ever teaching...


How Does a Yoga Teacher Training Change Your Life & Practice?


Deepen Your Personal Practice

Learning the mechanics of why we practice asana in a certain way, why alignment should be this way and not that way, yogic philosophy, in-depth study of pranayama and more.


Learn Healthy Alignment

Learn the reasons behind principles of alignment - these can be super helpful in daily life – outside your personal practice. You begin to notice things in your body naturally throughout the day – postural habits, asymmetries, etc.


A Boost in Confidence

You might question why you decided to do this and if you’re even capable. But during the process, you will strengthen your voice, your beliefs, your sense of self. You emerge on the other side more confident in thoughts, words, and actions.


Discover Your Strength

Challenge your strength physically, emotionally, and mentally. A constant physical practice, the stresses and insecurities that accompany virtually any challenging task, social anxieties, etc. All of these will contribute to the ultimate realization of how strong you truly are. You can handle more than you think.



Yoga teacher trainings should really be thought of as inward journeys. They will certainly teach you practical yoga skills like alignment and proper body awareness to help you avoid injury, but what they have to offer goes so far beyond the physical—it is amazing.




Don't want to teach? That's Okay!

Here are a few more reasons to take your Yoga Teacher Training Program:

  • learn effective methods of dealing with stress & anxiety
  • learn to find your voice
  • form lasting connections
  • adopt healthy posture
  • take your practice beyond the physical
  • find a sense of balance
  • broaden your perspective
  • learn how to stay present
  • develop a keen sense of self-awareness
  • learn to love yourself
  • you want to be transformed

  • Do any of these speak to you? Still unsure? Want to meet the lead instructor for the Teacher Training?


    Join us for one or both of our 2 Day Workshops on January 28 & 29: The Art of Flow. You will get to meet and learn from Meg Aaron, founder of Pure Serenity Yoga, who will also be one of the main instructors for the 200hr Yoga Teacher Training. Come to The Art of Flow and get a taste of what teacher training would look like.


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