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Mansi15354378 Mansi15354378 1 year

Of all the teachers mentioned here, I think the "shut-me-not" is the most irritating one. One such I met would constantly go on instructing feel energy rising up, the air around you, the sound of birds...and so on. And every time we all were like, "Would you shut up for a moment so we can actually do all this?" apart from that, she was good. Mainly because she gave out detailed instructions and that improved our poses immensely. However, meditating with her voice in background sucked. Another woman, Kahshanna Evans, shared her experience with the different kinds of yoga teachers she met and was mentored by, and impressed on the fact that, finding the right yoga teacher is a hard task. But, its worth putting effort into. You can read her experience here: http://workouttrends.com/impor...

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