Three key qualities of a Bodhiyoga student!

Three qualities guaranteeing success and growth through our training programme. These qualities are dedication, openness, and a commitment to personal transformation.

Firstly, dedication is a fundamental quality of the ideal Bodhiyoga student. They approach the programme with a sincere commitment to their own development as a yoga teacher. This dedication is reflected in their consistent effort, willingness to put in the necessary time and practice, and their active engagement with the material presented. Their dedication allows them to fully immerse themselves in the training, both physically and mentally, maximizing their learning and absorbing the teachings deeply.
Secondly, the ideal Bodhiyoga student is characterized by openness. They possess a genuine curiosity and receptivity to new ideas, perspectives, and experiences. They embrace the opportunity to explore different yoga styles, such as dynamic flowing vinyasa, Yin Yoga, and Therapeutic approaches. Most importantly our students are open to the deep respect that functional anatomy based yoga posture work demands of their heart-mind. Yoga not fitting your body but learning to adapt yoga to your body. Their openness enables them to transcend preconceived notions and expand their understanding of yoga, mindfulness, and meditation. They are willing to challenge their existing beliefs and be open to transformative experiences, allowing for personal growth and evolution throughout the training.
Lastly, the ideal Bodhiyoga student demonstrates a strong commitment to personal transformation. They are driven by a deep desire to not only enhance their own practice but also to cultivate the necessary skills and knowledge to guide others on their yoga journey. They recognize that yoga is not solely about physical postures but encompasses a holistic approach to life, encompassing mindfulness, self-reflection, and self-awareness. They actively engage in the practices taught, embracing the mind-body connection and the transformative potential of yoga. Through their commitment to personal transformation, they become agents of positive change, both within themselves and in the lives of others they will teach.