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Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 (Director of Yoga Teacher Training at Aura Wellness Center) speaks to you about how you can release negative energy and thoughts using various types Yoga. Can yoga help release anger?

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How can we keep our classes safe and give students a challenge? As a Yoga instructor, you have many options – among them are Power, Vinyasa, Hot, and Hatha styles that hold asanas for minutes to build strength. If you are really sharp at adjustment and modifications, you can modify for beginners, while giving your veteran students a challenge in the same class.

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A competent Yoga instructor should know the health and injury history of each student, in order to provide specific students with cautions or adaptations for poses.

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As a yoga teacher you must always provide guidance, safety information, and cues for your students in order to protect themselves from injury. A Yoga teacher without any knowledge of anatomy might not fully understand the dangers of improper alignment.

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Yoga is generally safe and beneficial for a wide range of health issues. However certain pre-existing medical conditions may not benefit from regular practice. Students should be mindful of how their health and yoga practice interact. The following tips are helpful for students with a pre-existing medical condition.

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Have you got two minutes for a high energy vinyasa yoga flow? Feel free to jump in and try this one. 10 to 15 rounds would cover your minimum daily cardio requirements. Remember to keep your elbows in when going into, out of, or holding Downward Dog, Plank, and Upward Dog. Enjoy the music and happy flowing to you.

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Clinical studies show that meditating is an effective complementary therapy in the fight against cancer.

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By keeping ethical and professional standards at the forefront of their classes, yoga instructors can help students overcome challenges and find peace within them.

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Need a quick boost of energy for the morning? Here's a nice 5-minute Vinyasa Yoga sequence to do after your warm ups.

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Here is a high energy Vinyasa flow with an emphasis on building one's balancing skills. We recommend you thoroughly warm up before practicing this series. Here's a fun, energizing, and challenging sequence of postures to practice in the morning or during the day. A wall would make a great prop for this sequence. Enjoy and please let us know if you try this series.

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