Close to a year ago, I was headed to Tallahassee to take one of my first YogaFit trainings. I was stoked. And about a year and a half before that, I had quit a different 200 hour yoga training, but that’s a whole different story you can read about here. Anyways, I was up at the crack of dawn to head to my training that Saturday morning. In my head, I was nervous I wouldn’t like it and it would be a waste of money.
Yoga Teacher Training
When trying to choose a Yoga Teacher Training, it can be overwhelming with options sometimes. The more you look, the different types of options you will find. What’s most important, is finding the training that’s right for you! Here are some things to take into consideration when looking for a yoga teacher training.
In January 2017, I was super stoked to begin my 200 hour yoga teacher training. I tend to always talk and never put action to my words. This time I actually took the initiative, paid the deposit and showed up… for the first day at least. Let me explain that at the time I had a lot of things going on. I was trying to focus on too much at the same time. I was trying to build an e-commerce business, which in itself is a ton of work and trying to focus more on my blog. All while doing whole30, which for someone who has never once dieted or consciously restricted their diet, took a ton of mental discipline to be honest. Wiped me pretty clean when it came to will power, that was about all I could handle.
For several years now I have been toying with the idea of becoming a certified yoga teacher. I’ve spent hours searching for the perfect program. And have even paid a deposit and dropped out of a 200 hr Yoga Teacher training. I couldn’t quite find what I was looking for, but had considered YogaFit the entire time. I kept getting stuck on the whole Yoga Alliance 200 hr RYT. Which, don’t get me wrong, is still my end goal. But the more I looked at what works best with my personality and lifestyle, right now the best option seems to be YogaFit.