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AURA WELLNESS CENTER
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A World Leader in Yoga Teacher Training and Continuing Education of Yoga Teachers
A World Leader in Yoga Teacher Training and Continuing Education of Yoga Teachers

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Helping Children with Meditation
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Prepare for a Meditation Session
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Do you crave teaching more yoga than you presently are - even full-time? Have you crunched the numbers and thought out the logistics, to see if that might be possible for you? Teaching can be fulfilling and magical like nothing else, but it’s not exactly an easy career path. Our bodies, bank accounts, and free time can take a hit. It often requires sacrifice. Let’s break this down into things to consider in your decision whether or not to teach more.
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The lower back is a sensitive spot for many people. While there can be a ton of causes of lower back pain, a weak core and poor posture from sitting all day (and consequently shortening the hip muscles that then pull on the lower back) are two really common contributing factors to lower back aches and discomfort. It's always important to figure out what's causing pain so you can address it and prevent it from happening again. But in most situations, doing some gentle yoga can help relieve tightness and give your lower back some relief.

"Yoga is great for working on flexibility and core stability, correcting posture, and breathing—all of which are necessary for a healthy back," Sasha Cyrelson, P.T., D.P.T., O.C.S., clinical director at Professional Physical Therapy in Sicklerville, New Jersey, tells SELF. She adds that yoga is safe to do daily. It's important, though, to make sure you're in tune with your body and stop doing anything that makes your discomfort worse. "Never stretch into a position of pain. Pain is how our bodies tell us something is wrong. If it actually hurts, ease up on the stretch."

If you have any history of lower back injuries, problems with your discs, or experience pain that lasts more than 72 hours without improving, Cyrelson suggests seeing a physical therapist before doing any exercises. If you have an issue that requires medical attention, it's best to address it before it becomes worse.
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About Correcting Students in Yoga Classes
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Whether we realize it, or not, we influence everything we come into contact with.

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