Yoga Teacher Training Taster Event - London
Have you thought about becoming a yoga teacher, but are not sure what training involves? Join us for a free taster session to learn more about our Yoga Teacher Training Diploma. Three enlightening mini sessions and Q&A time will give you a glimpse of what could await you on your journey to becoming a yoga teacher with Yogacampus.
Have you ever thought about becoming a yoga teacher, but are not sure what the training involves? If so, join us to ask questions and get a taste of our Yoga Teacher Training Diploma. The taster day is absolutely free and will include three enlightening mini sessions to give you a glimpse of what could await you on your journey to becoming a fully qualified yoga teacher with Yogacampus.
The Yogacampus Teacher Training Diploma, established in 2003 and offered in London, York and Manchester, is an 16 month (200 contact hours) course run by leading teachers from a variety of yoga traditions, all highly respected in their field of expertise. It is one of the UK’s top teacher training courses, known for its non-dogmatic and authentic approach. We recognise that yoga, from its earliest roots in ancient India, has continually grown and developed – and continues to grow and develop as we bring its teachings into the 21st century. Our course is registered with Yoga Alliance (RYS 200 hours), the Independent Yoga Network and the Register of Exercise Professionals and graduates can teach both in the UK and internationally. You can find out more about the Diploma course by clicking here and can download the course prospectus below.
Taster Day Programme
14.00 – 14.30: Pranayama with Catriona Brokenshire: A brief overview of the definition and benefits of pranayama (breathing techniques), followed by a practical session comprising two classic techniques to improve lung capacity, and balance the physiological and energy bodies.
14.30 – 15.00: Experiential anatomy with Sarah Litton: A glimpse of how we can translate theoretical knowledge of anatomy into a physical experience, and how we can use this experiential knowledge to make yoga practice safer and more effective. We will look at one symmetrical pose to diagnose asymmetry and one asymmetrical asana to bring symmetry; the effect on the mind of a posture in balance or imbalanced will be observed.
15.00 – 15.30: What happens after graduating? As told by one of our graduates, Loren Jenkins.
15.30 – 16.00: Q&A and Video
THIS IS A FREE EVENT, BUT PLEASE BOOK YOUR PLACE USING THE ON-LINE BOOKING LINK.
This was a useful session and answered all of my questions. Sarah McCarthy on Making Sense of Tax for Self-Employed Yoga Teachers, July 2017