Specialist Training

Our Specialist Training Courses are aimed at giving yoga teachers, yoga therapists, and trainees extra skills to enhance their teaching, including training to teach yoga to specialist groups (such as children or for pregnancy), for specific health conditions (such as stress, burnout, or mental health conditions), or in-depth training to teach particular areas of yoga (such as meditation or yoga nidra). These courses generally involve assessment leading to certification in the relevant area of training. They are offered in face to face, online (recorded), online (live), and blended formats. As a yoga educator, Yogacampus are committed to encouraging and increasing diversity and accessibility in the yoga world. We therefore offer a 50% Yogacampus Diversity and Accessibility Bursary on several of our core specialist courses. Places are allocated to teachers or trainees who have the ability and commitment to take the course teachings into a disadvantaged communities, and priority will be given to those who themselves are from marginalised or vulnerable groups or are from a minority ethnic background.

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January 2022

Digestive Health

Teaching Yoga for Digestive Health

3rd January 2022 • Online (Live) • Charlotte Watts

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Teen Yoga Teacher Training (Online)

7th January 2022 • Online (Live) • Charlotta Martinus

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Meditation Teacher Training

29th January 2022 • Online (Live) • Isabell Britsch & Graham Burns

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The Art of Sacred Sound Training - Module 4 of 4

29th January 2022 • Online (Live) • Anne Malone

February 2022

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Yoga for BackCare - 4 day Teacher Training

4th February 2022 • Online (Live) • Anji Gopal

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Menopause Yoga Teacher Training

7th February 2022 • Online (Live) • Petra Coveney Sold out

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Teen Yoga (In Person)

12th February 2022 • LIFT Islington • Face to face • Charlotta Martinus

March 2022

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Menopause Yoga Teacher Training

3rd March 2022 • Online (Live) • Petra Coveney

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Yin Yoga Teacher Training: Minds, Meridians, Moments (In Person)

9th March 2022 • Yogacampus Finsbury Park • Face to face • Norman Blair

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Relax and Renew™: How to teach Restorative Yoga, Level 1

10th March 2022 • Online (Live) • Judith Hanson Lasater & Lizzie Lasater

April 2022

Immune and Respiratory Health

Teaching Yoga for Immune and Respiratory Health

25th April 2022 • Online (Live) • Charlotte Watts

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Teaching Yoga for Stress, Burnout and Fatigue

29th April 2022 • Online (Live) • Charlotte Watts & Leah Barnett

May 2022

ECYC

Empowering Children through Yoga and Creativity, Teacher Training

13th May 2022 • Blended • Ayala Homossany

Yogacampus Diversity and Accessibility Bursaries

We are committed to increasing diversity and accessibility in the yoga world and to encourage . As a yoga educator we want to make yoga education accessible and affordable to people of all backgrounds. One practical way we feel we can play a part in increasing diversity is to provide a bursary place on all of our Diploma and Specialist Trainings. Bursary places will be awarded to teachers or trainees who have the ability and commitment to take the course teachings into a disadvantaged community and play their part in the drive to increase accessibility to these profoundly healing practices. Priority will be given to those who themselves are from marginalised or vulnerable groups or are from a minority ethnic background.

We will provide a 50% bursary place on each Specialist Training Course. To apply for a bursary please see the application date on each Course page together with the application date.