You need a studio; or, barring that, a workshop given by a major center (does not have to be Kripalu or The Himalayan Institute) ... but the great thing is, you don't need these your whole yoga-doing life. Barring those--which believe me, as little as I took, I hadn't needed the debt-engendering expense or the time-gobbling inconvenience (personally, but to a lot of others on this forum, YMMV) a few reference books and sometimes even being active on social media with a couple of 200 and 500 RYTs, until you learn that those designations are not the be-all or end-all of the ability to convey Yoga - which does comprise 8 limbs, not just the 3 you (may) learn in class or via video: which are asana, pranayama and dhyana ...
I would personally recommend you also study Baron Baptiste's work in the realm of Power Yoga. You could do a heckuva lot worse that him, for all his detractors.
I am not the best expert to be giving advice. I personally practice an alignment-driven and movement-driven slow-flow practice that is appropriate to me.
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