Taught by a cream-of-the-crop selection of visiting yoga teachers, our intensives draw serious yoga students and yoga teachers from all over the world. Intensives offer yoga students the opportunity to spend four or more days absorbed in learning about and experiencing yoga with a respected international yoga teacher.
May 2015, Les Passeroses, Nonac, France
In response to popular demand, we are delighted to offer an intimate residential intensive with two of our very own teacher training faculty. Join Susanne and Graham in rural western France, to deepen your understanding of the physical, energetic and practical aspects of safe and inspiring class sequencing.
May 2015, Yogacampus Training Centre, London
A great opportunity to join one of the west's leading yoga and anatomy teachers to learn how to work with common injuries in yoga classes. Although primarily aimed at teachers and trainee teachers, this information will be valuable to all practitioners.
June 2015, Cecil Sharp House, London
Join Shiva Rea to experience an immersion in the transformative full-spectrum practice of Chakra Vinyasa integrated with sublime teachings and meditations of the earliest Tantras. Explore vinyasa sequences and movement meditations and develop a transformative approach to body and mind.
September 2015, The Hellenic Centre, London
All spiritual practice aims to awaken man's divine potential. In the tantric tradition this indwelling spirit or capacity – in its dormant state – is called kundalini, and hatha yoga is the science of bringing that power to life. Join Rod Stryker to explore how to do this for yourself and your students.
October 2015, Yogacampus Training Centre, London
In yoga, the vayus are the channels through which the life force flows. Understanding the nature of each vayu is crucial to harmonising the subtle flow of prana in the body and to establishing health and vitality. Tias will guide you through an in-depth investigation of the five primary winds in the body, investigating the structures and the associated physiological functions of each vayu, and mapping out their location in the body, through asana, pranayama, meditation and more.
November 2015, Yogacampus Training Centre, London
This year’s Yoga Therapy Fundamentals training will enquire more deeply into movement patterns linked to pain problems — how they can be recognised in class or through assessment, and how they can be addressed through asana sequences. We’ll go into some depth on how variations in individual structure can be recognised and addressed in these sequences, organised into overall assessment techniques, and according to areas of the body in which typical pain problems arise.
that we run a range of short yoga therapy workshops for yoga teachers, yoga therapists, trainee yoga therapists, and anyone with an established yoga practice and an interest in working therapeutically… check out our upcoming yoga therapy workshops here.
A life changing experience. Not only content, but love from the heart was shared.A Yogacampus studenton Relax and Renew Teacher Training Intensive, April 2011
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