New Guide To Yoga Instructor Training
04/23/2012

Resource is launched for aspiring yoga teachers who have a hard time choosing the right yoga teacher training

Online PR News – 23-April-2012 – Los Angeles, CA – As yoga becomes more popular here in the United States more instructors are needed to help teach the many classes. Studios are popping up everywhere like Starbucks yet with over two thousand schools to choose from, it can be quite daunting for students to have to select a school. This is why Yoga Training Guide has been started - to help students find the right school for them.

In the yoga community there are over twenty styles of yoga to choose from in a yoga teacher training. Selecting the right type is going to be essential as many students have an affinity with a specific style. But when students search out the right yoga school for their studies, it can be tough to differentiate since many of the schools do not make this clear up front. Now that Yoga Training Guide has been launched, the goal is to support students who have a hard time figuring out these differences.

Another factor students need to consider is whether or not it is an accredited school. There is an organization right now called the Yoga Alliance which helps to ensure the curriculum of the yoga teacher training is set up properly so that soon to be teachers do not injure their students. Yoga has been under fire of late by the media do to the fact that many have become injured and students are not well prepared. This is where having a resource and community to support these issues can be truly beneficial.

Yoga Training Guide's goal is to truly help simplify the process of matching students with the right school and also offers discounts for many who can't afford the full tuition. Along with many tips and information students can also find an area to explore business strategies for yoga teachers. The site will continue to expand ensuring that it serves the community and anyone interested in taking a yoga teacher training.