There are 8 Universal Principles to Stepping up to the Edge, according to Baron Baptiste in his book - Journey in Power.
This is not a review of the Baptiste level 3 training. Instead I share with you my learnings, my discoveries, my experiences and my reflections from this yoga life teacher training. Warning: It’s a very long post.
You may or may not ever attend a baptiste yoga class or Baptiste training, but be willing to drop what you know, and just be in pure listening. You never know, you might discover something new about yourself.
My biggest takeway is discovering what my life is for. My life is for empowering my family and my community to live life courageously from the heart. With purpose and kind determination.
I’m trying to restart a little dream of mine - to provide support and inspiration to yoga teachers; budding + experienced. And I’m starting with the man who trained me in Power Vinyasa in 2014 and who inspired me to be an amazing yoga teacher and person.
Duncan Peak - he is the founder of Power Living, which has studios in Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide.
I even entertained the thought of bringing the Power Living brand to Singapore - on my HUGE possibility list!! :)
He wrote about his top 10 secrets to being a good yoga teacher.
A lot of common sense in article but my top 2 takeaways is
That a good yoga teacher is if they can bring the same boring old breath and down dog to life, day after day, and
To forget inspiring everyone and just focus on staying inspired yourself.