Upaya Yoga Yoga Teacher Training Courses in Italy is now open for registration. The collaboration between Upaya Yoga and Olistic Network along with recognition for Yoga Alliance, creates an opportunity to learn the science of Yoga by transcending the barrier of language. Through the course the students will learn different aspects of Yoga in a systematic way and become an efficient Yoga Teacher. GOA, India (PRWEB) November 20, 2019 An Overview The course is designed to deliver a wide overview on the major subjects of yoga and also to provide the students with valuable and effective tools for their career as promising teachers. All students will be prepared to lead and instruct a 90 minutes class with strength and clarity after having gained the necessary skills. Regarding the introduction of the course, Mr. Prem Krishna Ananda, Owner of Upaya Yoga says, “There should be no barrier of language to learn the science of yoga. So, without compromising with the tradition, we are … [Read more...] about 100 hours & 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy
Feeling a mild Bern. Photo: Mark Makela/Getty Images There are some intraparty arguments that Democrats perennially rehash, as though they were a kind of ritual. Bitter Twitter fights over why George McGovern lost, whether “neoliberals” are real or a superstition, and who was the best candidate in the (never-ending) 2016 Democratic primary mark the passing of blue America’s seasons. But it’s possible that no intra-Democratic-pundit dispute recurs with more grim regularity than this: Should the party prioritize winning over swing voters, or inspiring sympathetic nonvoters? Or, more succinctly, is the key to winning power persuasion or mobilization? The animating premise of this debate — that there is an inescapable tension between appealing to swing voters and turning out nonvoters — has always relied less on hard evidence than some progressives’ (wishful) speculation. Swing voters, by definition, do not share liberal Democrats’ … [Read more...] about Leftism Isn’t Very Appealing to Nonvoters. But Bernie Sanders Is.
WISCONSIN -- School report cards released every year by the State Department of Public Instruction show how well districts are performing when compared with their neighbors. State officials released their annual report cards for private schools across Wisconsin. Scores are calculated for each of the following priority areas on the state report card: • Student Achievement proficiency in English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics on state assessments How Report Cards Are Calculated Accountability ratings are calculated on four priority areas: student achievement in English language arts and mathematics, school growth, closing gaps between student groups, and measures of postsecondary readiness, which includes graduation and attendance rates, third-grade English language arts achievement, and eighth-grade mathematics achievement. Schools and districts could have point deductions for missing targets for student engagement: absenteeism must be less than 13 percent and dropout … [Read more...] about 2019 School Report Cards: 428 Wisconsin Private Schools Ranked
It’s a new season, Phil Ferrigno has reminded his Lincoln football team. Last season is long gone. It was in the rearview mirror even before the first spring practice. “It’s always fun to think about, though,” Ferrigno said. “Always helpful to draw upon.” The 2018 Lincoln season was perfect. Thirteen wins. No losses. A first state bowl championship. Almost half (19) of the 40 players on that roster graduated, including The Chronicle’s San Francisco Player of the Year, starting quarterback and safety Jovon Baker. The Mustangs, who outscored opponents 449-128, graduated their top two rushers and receivers, top tackler, sacker, ball hawk and kicker. “More than all that talent, they just did everything the right way,” Ferrigno said. “They had great senior leaders.” Ferrigno knew the cupboard wasn’t nearly empty entering 2019. But he probably couldn’t have predicted this: On the heels of another dominating … [Read more...] about State champion Lincoln a title contender again despite graduation losses