Category Archives: Teacher Training

That Magical Day: Snow Days and Yoga One Teacher Training

by Michael Caldwell If you grew up on the East Coast or in the Midwest, there was one day a year that when it came (if it came) was better than Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanza, New Year’s, summer vacation and often, … Continue reading

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Become ONE: Yoga One Teacher Training

We are one month away from our Yoga One Teacher Training Summer Intensive!! Wohoo!! There are still spots available, call 619-294-7461 to reserve yours today. The course dates are August 13-30, 2014, more information at Yoga One Our teachers are … Continue reading

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Yoga One Teacher Training 2014

Ever thought about becoming a yoga teacher? Want to deepen your yoga practice beyond the reach of group classes? There’s still space available in our upcoming Yoga One Teacher Training course this January! January 17 – March 16, 2014: 8 … Continue reading

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Attend the Yoga One Teacher Training

We read that whenever Benjamin Franklin had to make an important decision he would draw a line down the center of a piece of paper and create two columns. On one side he would list the positive reasons why he should … Continue reading

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Reflections on Yoga Teacher Training from the Class of 2013

Our Yoga One Teacher Training Graduates of 2013 are already leading students and sharing the joys and benefits of yoga with others! Congratulations again yogis and thank you for your great energy! Here is Part 2 of their post-training reflections. Click here to read Part … Continue reading

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Reflections on Yoga Teacher Training from the Class of 2013

It’s the end of our 2013 Yoga One Teacher Training course and we’re so proud of our new graduates! They not only have the technical knowledge to begin their next journey teaching but also the mental and emotional strength and awareness … Continue reading

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The Importance of Connection & Community

We’ve learned a lot these last 7 weeks about yoga. We’ve learned about anatomy, philosophy, asana, pranayama, and how to be more mindful yoga practitioners and teachers. What is also becoming inescapably obvious is that we have learned each other as well, … Continue reading

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Redefining Attitude & Attention: Week 6 of Yoga Teacher Training

Since I’m working through the same postures multiple times a day, I get to observe my attitude and attention (or lack thereof) each time. I am seeing my limits reached and then asking myself what I need to do to last a … Continue reading

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Minding the Mind: Week 5 of Yoga Teacher Training

Wabi-Sabi One of the highlights of our anatomy training is when we learned about the spine. We looked at each others’ spines standing erect and folded forward. One of the physical therapists teaching us anatomy spotted a student who had … Continue reading

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Q: What Do You Love Most About Yoga One Teacher Training?

We asked our Yoga One Teacher Trainees for their reflections from week four of the course. Janssen: What I love the most about teacher training is how immersed I feel in all of it – it’s like my whole life starts … Continue reading

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