Yoga teacher training is a powerful and transformative process. It can be challenging, though, and it's easy to rush through it to get on with your life. But rushing the process makes it more challenging to let go of all your expectations about what yoga is supposed to be, what you are supposed to look like (or not) in class, and who your students are or aren't.
However, if you take care of yourself during yoga teacher training, the experience will be much easier on both body and mind—which means better results for everyone involved!
Patience is a virtue. Patience is a state of mind, an attitude, a habit, and a skill. It's also something that can be learned and developed.
Patience means being willing to wait for what you want in life or things that need doing, even when they don't happen as soon as possible.
If we are impatient with our progress and think that the world should change faster than it does, then we will never attain any long-term goals because they take time and effort – something most people don't have patience for these days!
Trust the process.
There is still time, even if you're away from where you want to be or have what you want. It is always possible to change your life and get on track. All it takes is a little trust that everything will fall into place when the right time comes around.
Letting go of fear and doubt helps us open our minds up for new possibilities that can assist us in achieving our goals much faster than if we had any doubts about it working out in our favor eventually!
Take care of yourself.
As a private yoga teacher, it can be easy to push yourself too hard. You're working with students and colleagues, and you want to give them your best self every day.
But this is not sustainable. It would be best if you took care of yourself to have the energy needed for teaching.
Here are some ways to help maintain your overall health:
Rushing the process only makes it more difficult.
Taking the time to learn what you need to learn is essential. You don't want to rush into things and make mistakes that will set you back or at least slow you down. It takes time for your body to change, and it takes time for the mind to adjust.
It will be even more challenging for you if you are impatient or frustrated with this process.
Go with the flow and let things happen naturally instead of forcing them into place because of outside influences (like financial concerns).
Yoga teacher training is a time of growth and development. It's a process that requires patience, trust, and self-care. While it can sometimes be frustrating to feel like you're not progressing as fast as you would, remember that rushing the process only makes it more difficult. Remember: your practice will always be there for you when you need it most!