There are organizations that register yoga teachers and training programs that have complied with a certain curriculum and educational standards. For example, one nonprofit group (the Yoga Alliance) requires at least 200 hours of training, with a specified number of hours in areas including techniques, teaching methodology, anatomy, physiology, and philosophy. Most yoga therapist training programs involve 500 hours or more. The training standards of the International Association of Yoga Therapists are competency based and require at least 800 hours after a basic 200-hour teacher training program.
I’m not good with wheat, so I needed a GF recipe for a wrap that wasn’t just potato/rice is very easy:
1 wrap: Combine 3 tbsp ground linseed, 1/4 tsp each of baking powder, onion salt, paprika. Beat with 1 tbsp melted coconut oil, 1 tbsp water and 1 large egg. Press the mixture onto a greased glass or plastic plate and microwave at full power (800W) for 2 minutes 30 seconds. Leave to cool for a few minutes, then ease off with a fish slice. Flip over and add your savoury filling of choice.
This makes a substantial lunch dish! I was nervous the first time about the effect of such a large dose of linseed, but all was fine. I get by with 3 of these per week.
(It’s OK kept in the fridge wrapped in clingfilm for a couple of days.)