If you are interested in becoming a yoga teacher the Traditional Yoga Association Teacher Training Course is the way to make it a reality. This course places great emphasis on creative and safe practice. Students wishing to attend the Teacher Training Course will first have to complete the Traditional Yoga Association Yoga Foundation Course.
Anatomy and Physiology
Emphasis is placed on the mechanics of movement in relation to asana, pranayama and vinyasa. First Aid training is also provided as part of the course.
History & Philosophy
You will learn how to integrate and convey the philosophy you have learned on the Foundation Course to your students.
Asana, Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyanam
You will learn how to teach all aspects of yoga, from postures through to breath-work, the ethics of yoga, mindfulness, relaxation, and meditation. You will also learn how to offer alternatives to students when these are appropriate to their needs.
Learning to Teach
You will learn different teaching methods and how to encourage students to explore their limits creatively. You will be familiarised with the current Health and Safety laws in the learning environment and at the end you will be qualified to join REPS (Register of Exercise Professionals), IYN (Independent Yoga Network) and the Yoga Alliance, should you choose to do so. This is a comprehensive 500-hour course that will give you a sound knowledge base from which to teach. Your practical skills will be guided by YogaBen and in order to build your confidence you will be given ample opportunity to practice teaching before you graduate. You will become a skilful teacher, trained and certified by the Traditional Yoga Association, accredited by the Independent Yoga Network. We will also help you to obtain full insurance cover.
Next course begins late 2018/early 2019
One Sunday per month for sixteen sessions
YogaLoft, 14 Park Street, Trowbridge, BA14 0AT
£100 deposit secures your place
Payment plans available