The Classical Tradition of T.Krishnamacharya
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“Mentoring” stands as a contemporary term encapsulating a fundamental aspect deeply rooted in the historical traditions of yoga. This practice has gained significant recognition across various professions globally, with Yoga Australia acknowledging and endorsing its pivotal role at all stages of yoga training and teaching. The acknowledgment of mentoring extends to contributing towards the accumulation of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points required for membership.
The Yoga Institute places great value on the role of mentoring in its yoga teacher training and yoga therapist training courses. Additionally, the institute recognizes the ongoing importance of mentoring for yoga teachers and yoga therapists, irrespective of their level of experience. A team of seasoned mentors is available to offer personalized one-on-one guidance for professional development.
There are four distinct types of mentoring options available:
These diverse mentoring paths cater to a range of interests and goals within the broader scope of yoga education and practice. Whether it’s honing personal practice, training to become a facilitator, teaching group classes, or using yoga for therapeutic purposes, individuals can find mentorship tailored to their specific aspirations.
At The Yoga Institute, students undergoing training, whether within our institute or elsewhere, benefit from the valuable support of a dedicated mentor. Our mentoring program is designed to cater to the individual needs of each student, focusing on various aspects of their personal and professional yoga journey.
The mentoring experience encompasses the following key areas:
Our professional yoga mentoring goes beyond a one-size-fits-all approach, ensuring that each student receives personalized attention to enhance their growth and proficiency in yoga instruction.