About us

Yogacampus is a not-for-profit organisation devoted to yoga education. We provide Teacher Training and Yoga Therapy Training, as well as continuing education (CPD) for yoga teachers, yoga therapists and experienced students in the UK, abroad and Online.

Our teaching faculty is made up of top yoga academics and researchers, as well as experienced teachers with yoga careers spanning four or five decades. Some of the world’s most respected international teachers – including Rod Stryker, Richard Freeman, Judith Lasater, Tias Little and Shiva Rea – have also joined the Yogacampus family as visiting teachers.

And, like our international teachers, we pride ourselves on our international students and graduates. Many of our graduates now teach at The Life Centre – our sister company – including Susanne Lahusen, Tanja Mickwitz, Alessandra Pecorella, Isabel Britsch, Zephyr Wildman and Ayala Homossany.

Consistent with our not-for-profit status, we keep tuition fees as low as possible and offer bursary options to those with a demonstrated financial need. Our online courses are high-standard yet affordable, making yoga education available to all. It is in this spirit that we have built up a portfolio of holistic-based trainings to cover a range of interest areas including Mindfulness and Meditation, Sound Healing, Women’s Health, Yoga for Children and Young Adults, Yoga for Children and Adults with Special Needs, Restorative and Subtle Body and Therapeutic Applications trainings.

We encourage all our students to become part of the Yogacampus community and the wider community of The Life Centre where you can explore and deepen your yoga practice, whatever your yoga background and experience.

"Surpassed all expectations! In addition to lively presentation on psychology and yoga and their interfaces, really practical and deep practices and explanations made a big impact on me personally. I expect to enjoy long term inspiration for my teaching and my life from the tools and insights I took away." Yogacampus Student on Yoga for Anxiety and Depression, October 2016