The 200 training hours (of which more than 180 are “contact”, i.e. face to face hours) are divided across the following areas:

  • Asana technique including alignment, actions, modifications and assists: knowing the nitty-gritty of poses
  • Teaching tools and distinctions: learning how to teach impactful yoga classes
  • Anatomy, Physiology and Biomechanics: understanding why and how Yoga practice works
  • Meditation and Pranayama: learning Yoga practices beyond asana
  • Energetic anatomy: exploring the subtle side of Yoga
  • Yoga philosophy and history: knowing the roots of the practice and the depth available
  • Personal inquiry and transformation work: opening up to a new experience of oneself
  • Communication and presentation skills: building skills and confidence to lead and to be seen
  • The business of Yoga: getting ready for the post-training world
  • Ethics: exploring how to navigate the complexities of teaching Yoga

Forget dry classroom learning. This Yoga teacher training gets you moving, trying, exploring, inquiring, connecting and laughing as we go through each day.

  • The best way to find your feet as a Yoga teacher is to teach Yoga. We emphasise practical skills and provide plenty of opportunities to practice teaching in a classroom setting. You will gain feedback. You will gain tools and confidence to teach an effective Yoga class, to run a Yoga workshop and to lead meditation. The results are immediate.
  • Your skills will expand and evolve in a highly supportive and safe environment through discussion, personal practice, coaching, hands-on assisting and practice teaching.
  • Gaining the knowledge and skills to teach Yoga is important. But who you are as a Yoga teacher and human being is ultimately what connects you with your students, changes lives, and keeps students coming back to your classes. Through excavating practices, group processes and self inquiry, you will reveal your authentic, powerful self.
  • Most of us learn better with a smile on our faces. This Yoga teacher training is an intensive and sometimes challenging process as we accumulate new insights, digest feedback and try out new things. And we – and you – take the training seriously. At the same time, we don’t take ourselves too seriously, and fun is an essential ingredient of the training.