Decide About Yoga You Want To Learn
First thing first, you should decide which type of yoga you want to learn. If you are not sure about it, search on the internet, ask your friend who is already into yoga or even go to a fitness center and ask what types of yoga courses they offer and what is the main difference in them. Popular types of yoga are Anusara, Hatha and Iyengar, Vinyasa, Bikram, Ashtanga.
Select Training Program
Whether you want learn yoga in three months, six months or a year, it is entirely up to you to decide. You can either search on the internet or go and ask at the counter of a yoga health center which types of training programs they offer, what are their timings and fee etc.
Think of Finances
You should give a thought to how you are going to arrange finances for your training. Either you have substantial savings that you can invest in the course, so once you are certified you can make a profit on it by passing on knowledge to your student. You will need to be clear about how you are going to pay your fee for the course for about a six months at least.
Enrol For Course
When all looks ready, you can enrol for a training program, and start learning yoga. You can attend the classes two or three times a week, in a class of about 20 to 50 students. The number however can be different, and sometimes you have a lesser number of students in a class.
Observe Your Teachers
You can also learn by observing your teacher when not taking classes. Closely watch how they make or perform each pose, their physical condition and breathing etc, and then try to copy it.
Practice, Practice and Practice
Practice is one the most important learning tools of yoga. The more you practice, the more patience you develop, the more physical fitness improves and mentally tougher you become. So, in addition taking classes two or three times a week, you should practise it on your own as well. It will help you to develop postures and poses quickly and make you even feel tougher.