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How To Pass Your Yoga Instructor Training Exams

The following is a brief compilation of tips that will help anyone taking Yoga certification exams. Generally speaking, Yoga teacher courses are composed of three basic parts. These parts may be your written exams, essays, and practical exams. There may be one, or more, of these parts involved during the examination process.

Written Exams: Usually, written exams are based upon foundational Yogic knowledge. The points, that the examiners may be drawing you to, are valuable for anyone, who will be teaching Yoga classes. In other words, this is knowledge that you should have been mastered, before you began teaching a class.

Written Exams may be based upon one, or more, books which are part of the curriculum. When referencing books, it is always best to reference the book, author, and page number of the information you are presenting. In this way, you support your answer with concrete evidence.

At the same time, there is nothing wrong with having a personal opinion that agrees, or disagrees, with the author’s point. In this way, you also show evidence that you are able to think for yourself. The exception to this is if the examiner requires you to give an answer that is based only upon the author’s opinion.

Essays: One of the biggest mistakes to make on an essay is to cut-and-paste writings by various authors, and then try passing it off as your own work. If you quote an author, you should also give credit to that author by stating the author’s name, the book or website, and include the page number or URL.

When using any quotes by authors to support your essay, you would want to provide a page of references – whether a separate “References” page or Footnotes at the bottom of each page where the quote is included within the text of the page. Also related to this: Limit the number of supporting quotes, to about 20 percent, of your work. The examiner is looking for your thoughts, not a complete compilation of another author’s thoughts.

Practical Exams: This is usually considered the hardest part of the testing. However, preparation is going to help you pass this hurdle. Interns, who spend time teaching mock classes, recording their classes on video, and practicing teaching techniques, will pass much easier than someone who puts little thought into how to conduct a class.

Teaching a Yoga class is composed of cueing skills, observation skills, showing modifications, and assisting when needed. You never want to turn your back on your students and “do your own Yoga practice.” It is a wonderful thing when one can perform a technique, but a teacher is being tested for his or her ability to lead a class.

One last point about the Practical Exam – if you find yourself facing away from your students, it is probably a good time to get off your mat and walk around the room. It always seems to be that, when you turn your back to your students, there is a mental disconnect between you and your students.

Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500, is a co-owner and the Director of Yoga Teacher Training at: Aura Wellness Center in, Attleboro, MA. To receive Free Yoga videos, Podcasts, e-Books, reports, and articles about Yoga, please visit: http://www.yoga-teacher-training.org/

How To Pass Your Yoga Instructor Training Exams http://page.ezinemark.com/how-to-pass-your-yoga-instructor-training-exams-32226fd135a.html The following is a brief compilation of tips that will help anyone taking Yoga certification exams. Generally speaking, Yoga teacher courses are composed of three basic parts. These parts may be your written exams, essays, and practical exams. There may be one, or more, of these parts involved during the examination process.

Written Exams: Usually, written exams are based upon foundational Yogic knowledge. The points, that the examiners may be drawing you to, are valuable for anyone, who will be teaching Yoga classes. In other words, this is knowledge that you should have been mastered, before you began teaching a class.

Written Exams may be based upon one, or more, books which are part of the curriculum. When referencing books, it is always best to reference the book, author, and page number of the information you are presenting. In this way, you support your answer with concrete evidence.

At the same time, there is nothing wrong with having a personal opinion that agrees, or disagrees, with the author’s point. In this way, you also show evidence that you are able to think for yourself. The exception to this is if the examiner requires you to give an answer that is based only upon the author’s opinion.

Essays: One of the biggest mistakes to make on an essay is to cut-and-paste writings by various authors, and then try passing it off as your own work. If you quote an author, you should also give credit to that author by stating the author’s name, the book or website, and include the page number or URL.

When using any quotes by authors to support your essay, you would want to provide a page of references – whether a separate “References” page or Footnotes at the bottom of each page where the quote is included within the text of the page. Also related to this: Limit the number of supporting quotes, to about 20 percent, of your work. The examiner is looking for your thoughts, not a complete compilation of another author’s thoughts.

Practical Exams: This is usually considered the hardest part of the testing. However, preparation is going to help you pass this hurdle. Interns, who spend time teaching mock classes, recording their classes on video, and practicing teaching techniques, will pass much easier than someone who puts little thought into how to conduct a class.

Teaching a Yoga class is composed of cueing skills, observation skills, showing modifications, and assisting when needed. You never want to turn your back on your students and “do your own Yoga practice.” It is a wonderful thing when one can perform a technique, but a teacher is being tested for his or her ability to lead a class.

One last point about the Practical Exam – if you find yourself facing away from your students, it is probably a good time to get off your mat and walk around the room. It always seems to be that, when you turn your back to your students, there is a mental disconnect between you and your students. asus ноутбук

Boost your brainpower through exercise

Boost your brainpower through exercise
But of all the body parts that benefit from a good workout, the brain may be the big winner. Physical fitness directly affects our mind and plays a crucial role in the way the brain develops and functions. Also, exercise is linked to brain changes …
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Want to increase your brain power? Watching a 3D movie makes you more
The established scientists claim the special movies give the brain a "boost" lasting up to 20 minutes after viewing. Brain-monitoring headsets and cognitive brain tests were undertaken as part of the study into how movies affect the grey matter …
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Why eating oily fish really is the way to boost your brainpower
Research on people suffering from genetic mutations in their brains found they were unable to absorb a special type of fat called lysophosphatidylcholines (LPCs) – composed of essential fatty acids like omega-3 – from the blood. As a result they …
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Can you boost your brainpower?

Can you boost your brainpower?
Health and aging experts say there's mounting evidence that making key lifestyle changes, from eating better and reducing stress to engaging in mentally stimulating activities, can boost your brain's ability to stave off the devastating neurological …
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Vital Aging: Boosting Your Brain Power event in San Diego
The event featured nationally acclaimed speaker Dr. Paul Nussbaum, a neuropsychologist from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and founder of the Brain Health Center. 10News anchor Kimberly Hunt introduced Dr. Nussbaum, along with San …
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3D could make you smart and boost your brain power
Dr Fagan said that the results showed enough of an improvement in brain function to suggest that 3D could play a part in improving brain power in the future. 'These findings are more significant than you might think,' he said. 'It is a fact that people …
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Throwback Thursday #TBT

Throwback Thursday #TBT
Event on 2015-06-18 19:30:00
Do you often reminisce about your childhood memories and favourite past times like the popular MSN Messenger, A&W Root Beer float and Power Rangers? Here's your chance to relive them for one night only! Step into our time machine and turn back time in our magical old school classroom located in the Thomson neighbourhood.

Enjoy heartwarming local delights while having carefree, endless fun playing those after-school games that you used to love before you grew up and paid taxes. Reconnect with your inner innocence and fall in love the old school way – by having your breath taken away by that cute girl/boy in class!

What to Expect
• Hearty local fare with a slice of cake and refreshment.
• Group interaction with ample rotation.
• Gentlemen to rotate while ladies stay put.
• Old-school classic games such as airplane chess and five stones.
• Bag home some of the old-school favourite toys.
• Gender ratio of 50/50 to 60/40.

About Old School Delights
Old School Delights (OSD) is about re-living culinary memories of Singapore’s past through authentic recipes handed down through generations. Embark on a trip down memory lane as werevisit the quintessential Singaporean dishes. From their signature dishes like Mee Siam to their old school chalkboard concept and an array of toys from Singapore’s golden ages, OSD guarantees to evoke pleasant memories of your childhood.

Registration and Payment
• Head to http://bit.ly/gaigaitbt to R.S.V.P. now!
• Payment can be made through MasterCard, VISA or bank transfer.
• For bank transfer, please contact tiffany@letsgaigai.com

Refer a Friend
• Refer 1 to 2 friends, receive rebate each at the end of the event.
• Refer 3 friends or more, receive rebate each!

Terms and Conditions
• Event is opened to all Singaporeans, Singapore PR and Employment Pass holders who are registered single under the Singapore Registry of Marriage.
• Must be aged 24 and above.
• Event registrations are based on first-come-first-serve basis.
• Confirmation of seat is based on payment made. Without confirmation, we will not admit you to the event.
• Walk-in customers without pre-registration are subjected to on top of the regular event fee.

Refund Policy
• If a participant withdraws more than one (1) week before the event, a refund of 80% of the ticket price will be given. The remaining 20% is non-refundable as part of GaiGai’s administration fee.
• If a participant withdraws less than one (1) week before the event, no refund will be given.
• In the event that GaiGai cancels its event, full refund or a replacement event will be done.

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The power of speed reading

The power of speed reading
As busy adults we have to read multiple documents and information sources on a daily basis. For many, reading is the way most of our days are spent. It makes sense therefore, to speed up and improve our reading skills. That was my train of thought when …
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7 Speed Reading Editor Provides Reading Techniques In New Blog Post
7 Speed Reading Editor Provides Reading Techniques In New Blog Post. eReflect and 7 Speed Reading™ present smart reading techniques on the 7 Speed Reading™ blog, an online resource for people interested in reading faster and more efficiently on a …
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John Farrell needs to be tougher on Red Sox players
It was Feb. 18, 2013, a few days into spring training. John Farrell was in his first season as manager of the Red Sox. Alfredo Aceves, who on his best days was a challenge to deal with, was lobbing pitches to the plate during live batting practice …
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SWV

SWV
Event on 2015-06-19 19:30:00
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General Admission – Seated
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* Minimum Per Person, For All Tables
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With their 1992 RCA debut, It's About Time, the all-female trio SWV scored a string of top ten R&B hits such as "I'm so into You", "Right Here", "Downtown", "Weak", and "You're Always on my Mind". This established the trio as a commercial force early in 1993. Teddy Riley helped the group craft their sound further with the remix to the hit "Right Here" that featured samples of Michael Jackson's hit, "Human Nature", which also went #1 on the R&B charts and #2 on the POP charts. SWV gained enormous attention with their auspicious debut. Among their list of honors were 11 Billboard Music Award nominations, and nominations for a Grammy, American Music Awards and The Source Award in 1993. Additionally, they won a Children's Choice Award and a BET "Best of Video Soul" Award.

SWV's "Anything" contribution to the sound track for the movie Above the Rim became a top R&B hit in the spring of 1994. The entire soundtrack released a number of top 10 smash hits, resulting in the multi-platinum status of the soundtrack's debut. In the spring of 1994, SWV released the remix version of "Anything", which went gold.

In 1996, SWV returned with another platinum album, New Beginning, which was preceded by the number one hit "You're the One" and The Neptune's hit "Use your Heart".

In 1997, SWV released their third album Release Some Tension, which spawned several top ten hits, such as "Someone" with Sean Puffy Combs, who produced the track and who was a featured artist on "Lose My Cool", a rhythmic duet between SWV and rap artist Redman; "Rain" a trademark torch ballad written and produced by the first album collaborator, Brian Alexander Morgan; and "Can We" featuring Missy Elliot and produced by Timberland, which was also featured on the Booty Call soundtrack.

SWV has appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show, New York Undercover, and Showtime at the Apollo, and their music has been included on several movie soundtracks such as Waiting to Exhale, Have Plenty, Booty Call, and Above the Rim.

Since SWV's hiatus, Cheryl "Coko" Clemons has married Michael Clemons, given birth to two sons, and has released one R&B album entitled Hot Coko that spawned the smash hit "Sunshine", produced by Rodney Jerkins and Trifling. Coko has also released two gospel projects the Grammy nominated "Grateful" and recently "The Winner in Me", which appeared 4th on the Gospel Music Billboard charts.

Tamara "Taj" George is married to former NFL player Eddie George and also has two sons. Taj starred in her own reality series, I Married a Baller, alongside husband Eddie. Taj, an accomplished writer, is the author of Player Hate Her, How to Avoid the Beat Down and Live in a Drama Free World. Taj's recent appearance in the hit CBS reality series Survivor gained national attention; she finished in fourth place.

Leanne "Lelee" Lyons has two children, started her own production company, and is currently working with several artists, producing new music. Lelee is currently attending school, majoring in accounting with a minor in communications. Lelee is a sought after speaker and advocate for the prevention of teen pregnancy, recently speaking at Syracuse University and high schools.

Taj, Lelee, and Coko are all big advocates for children's rights, and teen pregnancy prevention.

SWV reunited in 2005 and have been performing non-stop ever since. They have tour dates with Dru Hill, Salt-N-Pepa, Silk, Jon B, Kelly Price, and Carl Thomas, traveling extensively all over the world.

In 2008, SWV was also an honored guest at the BET Awards performing with Alicia Keys, En Vogue and TLC.

SWV is gearing up to release their fourth studio album in over 15 years titled I Missed You.

SWV will hit the road this summer with Keith Sweat, KC-JOJO, and Guy for the "Fresh Music Festival Tour".

SWV is one the world's top selling female R&B groups, and is indeed striving continuously to be one of the hardest working female groups in the entertainment industry today!

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