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Hatha & Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training in London

Yoga Alliance USA and Yoga Alliance Professionals UK accreditation (200+ hours)

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Space is limited to 16 students – to ensure a place in the program we encourage you to apply early.

Teachers: Heather Elton (Asana), Matthew Clark (Philosophy) Daniel Simpson (Philosophy), Richelle Ricard (Anatomy) & guest teachers.

 

Dates: Sept 23 & 24 | 30 Sep & 01 Oct | 7 & 8 Oct | 14 & 15 Oct | 21 & 22 Oct | 11 & 12 Nov | 18 & 19 Nov | 25 & 26 Nov | 2 & 3 Dec | 9 & 10 Dec |13 & 14 Jan | 20 & 21 Jan

 

Venue: West London Buddhist Centre

 

Cost: £ 2,695 GBP. (If you’d like to attend this course as a means to deepen your practice, without Yoga Alliance certification, the cost is £1,695 GBP.) Payment plan is possible.

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WHY DO THIS YOGA TEACHER TRAINING?
  • It’s a DOGMA FREE training with interesting, innovative teachers, all of whom are serious yoga practitioners with global reputations;
  • The course is for a small and select group of students. Students are given personal attention that is sensitive to their needs and ongoing development;
  • This is a transformative training where you’ll experience an authentic process that makes you look at your own reality, takes you deeper in your own practice, and gives you the skills to teach yoga. It will give you the capability to teach from your own experience and practical knowhow that are the stamp of an interesting teacher – someone with something to say about yoga practice because you have lived it. You can only teach what you know;
  • Hindu, Buddhist and contemporary yogic philosophy are taught in a way that lifts it ‘off the page’, and ‘off the mat,’ so you can integrate philosophy into your teaching and personal practice. The philosophy is relevant to both the physical experience and the spiritual practice. It is not an academic lesson, but a yogic inquiry relevant to real life;
  • Integrate ancient wisdom traditions with contemporary psychology into a mindful practice;
  • Practice Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga and watch your body/mind transform;
  • Get hands-on experience with adjustments (so you are prepared to work alongside someone in the real world);
  • Study BKS Iyengar alignment principles; learn techniques to breakdown difficult asanas (inversions, arm balances, backbends, etc) to teach ‘workshop style’;
  • Build movement vocabularies and learn to sequence Vinyasa Flow as a seamless ‘moving meditation’;
  • Practical Teaching: learn to demonstrate & adjust asanas; work in groups & individually to create a Vinyasa Flow sequences; structure & teach a yoga class; watch videos of your performance and get feedback from teachers & colleagues;
  • Learn how to teach basic Pranayama and Mediation; Restorative yoga, Yin Yoga and Yoga Nidra; Make Yoga your Business
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Saturdays 9:30 – 17:30; Sundays 9:30 – 18:30

  • 9:00 – 11:00: Pranayama | Meditation | Asana
  • 11:00 – 13:00: Yoga Clinic I (Anatomy & Biomechanics of Movement, Adjustment Clinic, Asana Workshop, Sequencing Vinyasa Flow, Practicum)
  • 13:00 – 14:00: Lunch
  • 14:00 – 15:30: Yoga Philosophy
  • 15:30 – 17:30: Yoga Clinic  (Anatomy & Biomechanics of Movement, Adjustment Clinic, Asana Workshop, Sequencing Vinyasa Flow, Practicum)

Note: This is a sample schedule and may change due to the interests of the course. 

V E N U E

The London Yoga Teacher Training is held at the West London Buddhist Centre. It’s a beautiful and tranquil space offering classes in Meditation and Buddhism, with a dedicated and aesthetic Yoga Studio. The Centre is committed to providing space for yoga and has invested in really good equipment.  There is a spacious reception area to sit and relax.  Downstairs is a library and two special rooms for meditation events. The whole centre is fully accessible with a lift, disabled shower and toilet. It’s easy to get to and close to tube (Paddington, Queensway and Royal Oak) and bus links.

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A P P L I C A T I O N  F O R M 

Step 1: Fill in your details in the Application Form below. Please READ the instructions carefully.

 

Step 2: Each application is read in detail, with applicants assessed individually. If you are accepted on the training, Successful applicants will receive confirmation of acceptance. A £500 deposit is required to save your place.

 

Step 3: Pay the non-refundable deposit of £500 GBP to secure your place.

 

Step 4: The balance of the course fee is due on August 15, 2017.

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About your yoga practise

What does yoga mean to you? When did you start studying yoga? How often do you practice? What styles of yoga have you practiced? How has your practice changed over time? How does yoga affect your life and relationships?
(Discuss your expectations with training, goals, etc.)
Do you have any history with mental illness? If so, please describe. Are you currently taking any medication? (Information on mental illness is essential to ensure safe practice. We have a non-discrimination policy.) Yoga Teacher Training is intense and can bring up strong emotions. It's essential that you have the skills to work through any trauma that might arise. While we try to support you in this process, we are not psychotherapists.

Medical History & Injuries

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(strengths and challenges), your dedication and commitment to yoga, and an assessment about whether they feel you are ready to do the Yoga Teacher Training program. If you’ve been transient the past few years and can’t do this, no problem, please let us know.
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YOGA THOUGHT

From joy all being have come.
In joy all beings are sustained.
To joy all beings return.
This is the highest teaching.
– Upanishads

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