The following weekend after returning home from Level Two Training, I attended the Baptiste Art of Assisting program in Rochester, New York at Breathe Yoga (November 8 – 10).
After coming off of the heels of Level Two, this experience was wonderful. We spent a good amount of time at my Level Two Training working with the art of hands-on assisting in postures.
So, to then spend 3 days in Rochester diving even deeper into this area, just enhanced and furthered the knowledge that I had gained at Level Two.
The days at the Art of Assisting program were spent in asana practice, along with learning and partnering with others in a wide variety of hands-on assists, for the postures that are practiced in Baptiste Yoga.
It is always so refreshing to attend a Baptiste program.
Not only do you get to re-unite with people who you went through previous programs/trainings with, but you spend time and space with like-minded individuals and always walk away feeling empowered and having gained a new friend or two.
One of the best parts of this experience for me was getting to share it with a few MBFY students and an MBFY instructor, who also attended this program.
It is a testament to the fact that learning never ends, whether you’ve been on your mat for ten years or two months. It makes the bond of our community stronger, reiterating the fact that yoga truly is a practice and that we are all on and in this journey together.
…learning never ends, whether you’ve been on your mat for ten years or two months.
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Which yoga teacher training have you done or look forward to? What did you enjoy about the training or which part are you eager to experience? Please comment below