300+ Hour Yoga Teaching Training Course
Our aim is to provide a thought-provoking course, which actively encourages students to question current teaching methods and alignment cues. During the course, we will encourage trainees to develop a deeper understanding of how they work with, and relate to, their bodies, and how to adapt that understanding to create new, healthier approaches to living and moving.
Our approach to yoga is driven by the most current scientific anatomical and movement research and we hope to produce intelligent, skilful and responsive teachers, who nurture their practice and teaching of yoga through a consistent and mature personal practice.
The course content will be practical and skills-based, and will also facilitate a personal journey of exploration and discovery. Material will be delivered in a variety of ways including formal lectures, guided practice and asana technique classes, group work, teaching practice and individual study and reading. The course covers four key areas:
- asana, pranayama and meditation – 54 hours
- anatomy and physiology – 56 hours
- teaching skills – 100 hours
- philosophy – 12 hours
- mentoring and supervision – 12 hours
Total Contact Hours: 234
We will explore the place of yoga in our modern lives, and show how it remains current and relevant to practitioners in the Western world. The study of anatomy and physiology is highlighted on this course, and will be delivered by renowned teachers Peter Blackaby and Gary Carter, providing one of the most comprehensive groundings in anatomy of any teacher training diploma in the UK.
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