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With the growing popularity of yoga, yoga teachers have become increasingly high in demand. Yoga teachers specialize in a particular type of yoga, like Hatha, Vinyasa or Iyengar. They are required to complete an initial 200-hour training that lasts from 10 weeks to 12 months. During this time, trainees will practice yoga, complete required readings, and study anatomy. They will learn the basic poses to create sequences and practice teaching other students. Most yoga teachers work in a studio, educating students of all ages and cultural backgrounds. Some teachers will host retreats and workshops to allow their students to deepen their practice. Continuing education is essential for teachers to stay relevant in this growing industry.
For teachers to be the most effective in their field, they must cultivate their regular yoga practice, often meditating a linking breath with movement on their yoga mats. Since the yoga industry has become highly competitive, social media and marketing skills will also help you to grow your own business and attract more students. Teachers must also be comfortable with public speaking. The best teachers are observant and compassionate towards the needs of their students. Yoga teachers use their creativity and their body knowledge to design classes that are fun and challenging to keep students coming back to class.
Yoga teacher interviews often require an audition. You may be teaching to one other teacher or to a group. Take some classes at the studio before your interview to learn about the qualities they are looking for. Every teacher is different, and studios will appreciate your authentic voice. They may be looking for someone to teach a specific style, like Ashtanga or Yin Yoga, so make sure you are clear about what they are looking for before you prepare your audition. You will want to be able to give examples of how you are flexible to the needs of your students, whether they have past injuries or a disability that inhibits their ability to practice. Above all, know how to talk about your yoga philosophy and who has been the most influential in your teaching and in your own personal practice. Be confident about what you have to offer! Explain why you decided to become a yoga teacher and what excites you about teaching others. Share how you have promoted your classes in the past and how you intend to help grow the studio.