How do you know if you’d be a good yoga teacher? Here are some signs that you’re ready to embark on this road less travelled: You’re a Yoga Groupie You look forward to your next yoga class. You can’t wait to feel that yoga-relaxation you can count on after every yoga class. You know hot yoga will help you through your stress and worry, so, regardless of your excuses, you get to yoga. Read more here: http://yogameditationhome.com/10-ways-know-youre-ready-teach-yoga/
http://yogameditationhome.com/10-ways-know-youre-ready-teach-yoga/ if you want to teach yoga then you should know it goes way beyond even the most profound healing experiences you gain by practicing yoga. It is teaching yoga that has taken me on the most surprising journey into own life – and farther than I ever imagined.
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What is Sarvangasana?
Sarvansagana is the portmanteau of ‘Sarva’ and ‘Anga’. The former literally means ‘the whole’ while the latter means ‘body’ or ‘limb or part’. Basically, Sarvangasana means “the whole body” or “all the limbs”. Sarvangasana is called shoulderstand in English, an inverted version of hatha asana. This asana is called as such since the whole body is said to benefit when it is performed.