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Level 1 or Level 2, which one to appear for?

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Should I appear for Level 1 or Level 2 of Yoga Certification scheme?

Level 1

With growing acceptance and popularity of Voluntary Yoga certification scheme, more and more yoga professionals are registering themselves for Yoga certification exams.

You can see the list published on AYUSH ministry website of qualified Yoga Professionals in both Level 1 & level 2 here (AYUSH Official Website Link).

Currently, the certification is available for Level 1 (instructor) and Level 2 ( teacher) only. Level 3 & […]

All you need to know about voluntary yoga certification scheme

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This post details about voluntary yoga certification scheme of Quality Council Of India, under Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India.

-Yoga certification QCI

Though Yoga as field and practice is famous for quite some time, the recent surge is on various teacher’s training courses.

This trend started with segregation of teacher’s based on how long they have trained for.

This classification was done by YogaAlliance in the year 1997. Two most common classifications are RYT 200 and RYT 500, which in […]

Yoga Certification : The complete preparation guide

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Under the updated syllabus and scheme details, this guide is no longer valid. Please refer to updated guide. 

Last Updated: January 2019.

Yoga Certification :

[This post is follow up post to what you need to know about voluntary yoga certification exam]

Read: Which level to appear for – Level 1,  Level 2 or Level 3?

The first question after registering yourself for voluntary yoga certification examination is how to prepare for it?

As a Yoga professional, […]

A complete introduction to ShatKarma

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Shatkarma meaning: What are they?

Shatkarma are cleansing techniques (shuddhi kriyas). They are recommended to be done to prepare the body for yoga practices. They are named shatkarma because they are six (shat in Sanskrit) in number.

In simplest words: these techniques are done to clean the ingestion, digestion, and excretory system of our body. These systems mean the eyes, respiratory system, digestive system & excretory […]

How to sit cross-legged

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How to sit cross legged ?




What does a cross-legged position mean?

In the context of yoga or meditation, a cross-legged position often refers to a seated posture in which the legs are bent, crossed at the ankles or calves, and placed below the torso. This position is common in many cultures around the world and is traditionally used for various spiritual practices, including meditation, prayer, and yoga.

There are different types of cross-legged positions:

  1. Sukhasana (Easy Pose): This is a simple […]
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