Australian Yoga Journal


WHAT WAS THE BIGGEST SHOCK? That I actually loved teaching! I only did my first training because it was a chance to deepen my knowledge. I had no intention of teaching, but I loved it – Lila Kirtana, 41, Senior Trainer for YTT 6 week immersion at Krishna Village, Murwillumbah NSW

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