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Code of Conduct for Yoga Teachers

  1. Uphold the integrity of my yoga profession by conducting myself in a professional and conscientious manner.
  2. Create and maintain a safe, clean and comfortable environment for the practice of yoga.
  3. Actively encourage diversity by respecting all students regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, physical limitations or religion affiliations.
  4. Respect the rights, dignity and privacy of all students.
  5. The teacher should be able to adapt her/his teaching to the students Requirements, in order to meet their individual needs and to respect their limits.
  6. Refrain from any behavior that would be determined to be discriminatory, harassing, or unprofessional to include both verbal and written personal statements, and to conduct myself in a professional and conscientious manner.
  7. Maintain and respect the confidentiality and dignity of all students and members at Hatha yoga Mysore.
  8. Foster a welcoming and nurturing environment that is safe, sanitary and supportive for the practice of yoga.
  9. Honestly present professional qualifications, training and the limitations of my skills and scope of practice. Where applicable, refer students to seek alternative instruction, advice, treatment, or direction.
  10. Adhere to the traditional yoga principles, while developing and employing the discretion to build upon and adapt those principles to all situations.
  11. Develop, foster, and live the inherent integrity of the yogic principles in every aspect of my life, and to make the practice of yoga in all its forms an integral part of my experience.
  12. To always seek to expand my understanding of yoga through a commitment to furthering my education and experience.
  13. Adhere to all local government and national laws that pertain to my yoga teaching and business and actively pursue the intelligent and compassionate involvement of government and regulating bodies as they pertain to yoga.
  14. Adhere to the traditional yoga principles as written in the Yamas and Niyamas.
  15. Yoga Teachers should pass on the Yoga methods to their students, in a way to help them to understand the true essence of Yoga.


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