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Reblogged this on Finding Misha and commented:
Two of my favorite things -> yoga and a cat! They combine to make me very happy. 🙂
So beautiful – the cat yogi and the human yogi! couldn’t we learn so much from a cats approach to life? 🙂
thanks for visiting my new blog andrea! yours is a wonderfully focused one with so much great info! i have a question for you, perhaps you’ll have some insight (or maybe it’d make for a good post for you!)… i’ve thought many times about doing teacher training in yoga, but constantly doubt myself, being unsure if I’m ‘ready’ or would ever feel I’d learnt enough to teach… half of me knows the teacher training in itself would be a wonderful journey for me and I’d learn so much for self growth even if I never taught, as well as overcoming some fears along the way. Plus the fact I believe part of yoga is giving of yourself and your experiences to others if you can. The other half of me thinks if I have these doubts, I am not ready or worthy. What are your thoughts? How do you know when you are ready to teach, or to undertake the training to do so? x
Hi, thanks so much for your comment. I can assure you that you’ll never feel you’ve learnt enough. It never stops. It’s a life long practice. There’s always more to learn. I even believe that if a teacher feels that they know it all and lose their beginner’s mind, they should stop teaching. Honestly.
Regarding the teacher training – I’d say if you have the time and money, go for it. Even if you never end up teaching, it will be a transforming experience and will benefit your own practice. And once you start chatting to the other students you’ll see that they all have similar doubts – oh, and no one feels ready when they stand in front of their first class 🙂
love your blog and your positivity! it’s quite a coincidence that we chose the same theme for our blogs. keep up the good work!
Hi Lisa – thank you for your kind words! Happy holidays! 🙂
Love it! My dogs think when my mat unrolls it is just for them:) Love your blog too! Thanks for checking out Yoga Addicted!
The cat was great, but even more, I loved watching this woman. I wish I were half as fluid and flexible. I envy the space she has to work out in. I do yoga twice a week at the y and it isn’t enough. I really need to do it every day, but at 63, I know I’m never going to be very flexible if I’m not already.
Oh well, who knows? Did you read the article about the world’s oldest yoga teacher? Apparently she’s a super flexible lady in her 90ies who has no intention to stop teaching… 🙂