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I've been thinking about taking up yoga for a while now but am a bit clueless as to which style would be best for me. I'm looking for something that will strengthen and tone but that will also serve as a relaxing, centering exercise. I have an irritable bowel disease which I need to take into account as well.<br><br><br><br>
Any help is much appreciated! I'm in NW Ohio is anyone knows of a really great class or instructor.
 

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look for a RYT. that means the instructor is registered with the Yoga Alliance and has a minimum of 200 hours of training.<br><br><br><br>
barring that, ask where the teacher was trained, and how long they themselves have practiced. some of the best teachers have been practicing for 25 years and just took a weekend quickie certification to teach. some good schools/master trainers are:<br><br><br><br>
Iyengar<br><br>
Dharma Mittra<br><br>
Integral Yoga<br><br>
IAYT<br><br>
Yoga Works(chuck and maty)<br><br>
White Lotus<br><br><br><br>
If you find one and have questions you can PM me and I can check out their schooling for you.
 
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