What is it like to be a yoga teacher?

What is it like to be a yoga teacher?

Finally, I have an answer. It’s wonderful and I enjoy it blissfully.
After the final exam in Yoga Federation of Europe, I received my teaching certificate in June 2018. Once I had talked about it with my colleagues from the HR department, the idea came up to offer yoga lessons within the company I work for as a digital marketing manager.

Time flies and I have four months of yoga teacher practice behind me. Honestly, in the beginning, I had known nothing about what kind of relation there was between my insignificant existence and yoga teaching. Now I can tell. Every time I step in front of students I feel a strong rush of excitement. It feels great. I have no intention to roll up my mat.

My invitation to yoga classes goes like this:

Let me invite you to yoga classes that take place twice a week in the children’s corner.
Come to stretch a little, strengthen a bit, but most of all mentally and emotionally relax.
My Yoga style combines hatha and vinyasa flow elements.

What to expect and how we do yoga

1. Intro relaxation and tune in to your body.
2. Preparatory exercises
3. Yoga sequences such as Surya Namaskar, Chandra Namaskar, Dancing warrior.
4. Asanas
5. Final guided relaxation with music – (yoga nidra)
6. Breathing exercises and final (pranayama, pratyahara)
Suggested dates:
Tuesday 17:00 – 18:10
Wednesday 17:00 – 18:10
Lessons are suitable for beginners and intermediates. I can guide you in Czech as well as in English.
Places are limited to max five attendees.

So the story goes on. Besides teaching I enrolled to second long-term program for yoga teachers titled Yoga therapy run by authorities among yoga teachers in the Czech Republic, Jan Knaisl and Ivana Knaislova.

I’m also open to other projects and willing to offer free lessons for nonprofit organizations located in the Prague region and nearby. Don’t hesitate to contact me.


yoga in children¨s corner - yogalactic-org