London, Yoga, Teacher, Training, Course, Catherine, Annis, Scaravelli

Are you looking for a yoga teacher training course based in London?  Then check out Intelligent Yoga Teacher Training (iytt) to learn more.

The team, including Catherine Annis, Tanya Love, Gary Carter, Peter Blackaby, Neville Cregan and Mary Mackie have a combined yoga expereince in excess of 200 years - so you know you'll be in safe hands.

For full details about this yoga teacher training in London, please click here.

 

 

Read Yoga Teacher Training Testimonials

I came to Catherine Annis from a vinyasa yoga background, & it continues to be my main practice; I found Catherine’s approach to yoga teaching invaluable in developing my relationship with my body & how I approach my students in class. She encouraged me to breakdown what I was asking students (& myself) to do in a pose, with a strong anatomical & alignment focus, thinking about the fundamental ways we move. This has given me a foundation for life with which I can now build my yoga teaching on & utilise in a range of yoga styles & classes -both in my own practice & in my teaching. I couldn’t recommend Catherine’s yoga teacher training course highly enough.

Lizzie Stimson

 

Catherine’s depth of knowledge and expertise shine through in her yoga teacher training as she guides you through new ways to experience asana and movement. Her feedback is always detailed, perceptive and encouraging, inspiring you by example to become a better teacher for yourself and your students.

Karen McCoss

 

Many of us have experienced competitive yoga classes that make you feel inadequate for your inability to touch your toes or stand on your head. Tanya's yoga is the antidote, she emphasises proper positioning and works within your body's capabilities. In effect it gives you tools for your everyday posture and health and a framework for any further forms of exercise you undertake. Personally, it cured my long-standing lower back pain. Warmly recommended!

Sally Howard

 

Detailed and advanced yoga teachings with focus on alignment. This may open your eyes if you come from an Ashtanga or Iyengar background. The anatomical part is especially refreshing.

Albert Ko

Leave a Comment





Join Our Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.

Please enter your name.
Please enter a valid email address.
Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.