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  2. Why do most of your students come to your Yoga classes?
    If you conducted a student survey, you would be surprised at how many arrived to your classes for the same
    reason. Surveys reveal much about the needs of your students.
    Granted, there are a variety of reasons why students attend Yoga training sessions, but many people
    participate in our classes because they are seeking solutions to stress management.
    It has been estimated that 75%, and possibly more, of doctor visits,
    are stress related. Stress is a major culprit in illness.
    Worse yet, stress will make a pre-existing illness worse. If you are seriously ill, one of the last things you need is an extra serving of
    stress, or anxiety, to go with it. Most Yoga teacher training courses barely
    scratch the surface, when considering the needs of stressed-out students.

    More often, attention is paid to the technical aspects of Pranayama (yogic breathing), asana (yogic posturing), student safety, teacher ethics, teaching methodology,
    anatomy, physiology, philosophy, and much more.
    So, how, in the world, could a Yoga instructor be prepared for the needs of the anxiety-riddled masses?