Though we love how excited you are about steeping yourself in this material, we don't recommend doing two of our courses at the same time. Here's why:
Have you ever tried to drink from a garden hose?
Sometimes it's just too much all at once. For example, doing the Principles & Practices courses concurrently means you'll spend 48 class hours on Breathing + additional homework time before you even make it to any other material. That's a lot!
It gives you time to assimilate and embody the information...
All of our students who have successfully completed more than one of our courses have done one after the other, and this is why. If you do one course first and get the information under your belt, you'll have an entire year of learning, experience, and experimentation before you begin digging into the information from another perspective. You'll be able to appreciate the nuances you pick up because you'll already be familiar with the material and not trying to just get the concept.
We always offer a "grad discount" for students enrolling in their 2nd course (and 3rd, and 4th...)
Where to start now?
We'd be happy to help you figure out which course is best for you to do first. Take a look at the FAQ here, or write to us and let us know about your personal situation so we can help you decide which is the best fit for right now.