200hr Yoga Teacher Training Weekday Intensive
Nov
4
to Dec 4

200hr Yoga Teacher Training Weekday Intensive

We're not here to turn out cookie-cutter replicas of ourselves. Yoga is a personal practice and teaching should always come from your heart. That's why when you train with us you'll learn how to teach in a range of different styles. We'll give you the tools to teach both restorative and dynamic classes. You'll become skilled in modifying yoga for different groups, and discover how to create a class that's both safe and fun. From there we'll support you in developing your own unique style.

You'll still be able to enjoy that coffee or go out for dinner on Saturday night. Because we won't demand you change your diet or spend evenings in silent retreat. But we do deliver intensive trainings and expect our students to commit 100%. Tutors really do cover it all, from history and philosophy to anatomy and business. Take a look at the course outline for a full break down of the syllabus. You'll see that we pack in well over the required 200 hours of training, so be prepared to do home-study and to practice between meets.

Early and ongoing teaching practice sessions form an essential component in ensuring you reach a high standard of instruction. Practices and teaching drills start within the first few days of the course and are maintained through to examinations. You'll be able to confidently lead 60 and 90 minute classes by the end of your training.

Dates:
November: 4th* - 8th, 11th - 15th, 18th - 22nd, 25th - 29th
December: 2nd - 4th

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Chair Yoga Training
Dec
20
to Dec 21

Chair Yoga Training

Chair yoga is an excellent practice that makes yoga accessible to a much wider audience. From students with limited mobility or balance to deskbound lifestyles, knowledge of chair yoga can have wide ranging possible uses. Both mornings of this intensive you will participate in a full yoga practice using chairs. You will break down the postures and analyse the sequences so that you leave with two complete chair yoga practices and the ability to create more on your own.

Alongside these physical practices, we will also spend time looking at pranayama, meditation and chanting, which are naturally therapeutic to everyone, regardless of their level of mobility.

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200hr Yoga Teacher Training Weekday Intensive
Jan
6
to Feb 5

200hr Yoga Teacher Training Weekday Intensive

We're not here to turn out cookie-cutter replicas of ourselves. Yoga is a personal practice and teaching should always come from your heart. That's why when you train with us you'll learn how to teach in a range of different styles. We'll give you the tools to teach both restorative and dynamic classes. You'll become skilled in modifying yoga for different groups, and discover how to create a class that's both safe and fun. From there we'll support you in developing your own unique style.

You'll still be able to enjoy that coffee or go out for dinner on Saturday night. Because we won't demand you change your diet or spend evenings in silent retreat. But we do deliver intensive trainings and expect our students to commit 100%. Tutors really do cover it all, from history and philosophy to anatomy and business. Take a look at the course outline for a full break down of the syllabus. You'll see that we pack in well over the required 200 hours of training, so be prepared to do home-study and to practice between meets.

Early and ongoing teaching practice sessions form an essential component in ensuring you reach a high standard of instruction. Practices and teaching drills start within the first few days of the course and are maintained through to examinations. You'll be able to confidently lead 60 and 90 minute classes by the end of your training.

Dates:
January: 6th - 10th, 13th - 17th, 20th - 24th, 27th - 31st
February: 3rd - 5th

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Anatomy Weekend Course (a core module on the 500hrs)
Jan
25
to Mar 22

Anatomy Weekend Course (a core module on the 500hrs)

Your primary tool as a yoga teacher is the body, which is why a thorough understanding of anatomy is crucial. In this module, you'll arrive at a deeper understanding of anatomy and how to translate that knowledge into a functional teaching tool, whilst addressing injuries and alignment. Learning how the body functions as a complete system and incorporating that directly into your teaching is an indispensable tool.

Can be taken as a stand alone course or used to count towards the 500 hour teacher training course with YogaLondon. January: 25th - 26th and March: 7th - 8th, 21st - 22nd 2020.

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200hr Yoga Teacher Training Weekday Intensive
Mar
2
to Apr 1

200hr Yoga Teacher Training Weekday Intensive

We're not here to turn out cookie-cutter replicas of ourselves. Yoga is a personal practice and teaching should always come from your heart. That's why when you train with us you'll learn how to teach in a range of different styles. We'll give you the tools to teach both restorative and dynamic classes. You'll become skilled in modifying yoga for different groups, and discover how to create a class that's both safe and fun. From there we'll support you in developing your own unique style.

You'll still be able to enjoy that coffee or go out for dinner on Saturday night. Because we won't demand you change your diet or spend evenings in silent retreat. But we do deliver intensive trainings and expect our students to commit 100%. Tutors really do cover it all, from history and philosophy to anatomy and business. Take a look at the course outline for a full break down of the syllabus. You'll see that we pack in well over the required 200 hours of training, so be prepared to do home-study and to practice between meets.

Early and ongoing teaching practice sessions form an essential component in ensuring you reach a high standard of instruction. Practices and teaching drills start within the first few days of the course and are maintained through to examinations. You'll be able to confidently lead 60 and 90 minute classes by the end of your training.

Dates:
Dates:
March: 2nd - 6th, 9th - 13th, 16th - 20th, 23rd - 27th, 30th March - 1st April

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Inversions - Trying to Training
Apr
4
to Apr 5

Inversions - Trying to Training

Take a systematic approach to achieving inversions in this weekend immersion. First you’ll learn strength, flexibility, agility and power exercises that help everyone build the necessary tools to fly. Next, learn how to support others physically in these poses, so that you can assist your students or learn how to practice safely at home with friends. Finally, practice breathing exercises and meditations to combat the psychological obstacles that can hold us back from “fear factor” poses and transitions. By the end of the course, everyone will leave with either a confident headstand and handstand or a clear path of how to get there. For those ready for more, we will learn some steps and training ideas for working towards or progressing forearm balances, hollow-back and one-armed inversions. By the end of the weekend, you will be able to:


- Use systematic training regimes for inversions
- Work towards headstand and handstand
- Understand the anatomy behind inversions
- Feel confident in helping others with inversions
- Have set practices to deal with mental barriers to inversions

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Anatomy Weekday Intensive (a core module on the 500hrs)
Apr
27
to May 4

Anatomy Weekday Intensive (a core module on the 500hrs)

Your primary tool as a yoga teacher is the body, which is why a thorough understanding of anatomy is crucial. In this module, you'll arrive at a deeper understanding of anatomy and how to translate that knowledge into a functional teaching tool, whilst addressing injuries and alignment. Learning how the body functions as a complete system and incorporating that directly into your teaching is an indispensable tool.

Can be taken as a stand alone course or used to count towards the 500 hour teacher training course with YogaLondon. Monday 15th - Friday 19th and Monday 21st June 2020.

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Asana Weekday Intensive (a core module on the 500hrs)
Jun
15
to Jun 21

Asana Weekday Intensive (a core module on the 500hrs)

The Asana intensive focuses in on three key aspects to your teaching: postures, adjusting and sequencing. Discover how to approach asanas that might be unfamiliar to you such as those found in the 2nd series of Ashtanga Vinyasa and moon salutations. Gain newfound creativity in class sequencing, both for those of you who are just starting to teach and those who need inspiration. Become truly confident in the application and communication of physical touch, through hands-on support and assists.

Can be taken as a stand alone course or used to count towards the 500 hour teacher training course with YogaLondon. Monday 15th - Friday 19th and Monday 21st June 2020.

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Yoga for Sports
Aug
1
to Aug 2

Yoga for Sports

Yoga is a perfect practise for those who play sports, it helps to encourage balance within the body, a deeper and longer breath and strength of mind. During this workshop we will explore how to harness the power of yoga asanas, breathing and meditation practises to enhance sports performance, rehab and prehab common sporting injuries and develop a positive, strong and productive inner monologue.

Some of the topics to be explored include:

“What is the core and how can yoga help?”
“How does the yoga tradition define success?”
“Do sports people need imbalance to perform?”
“How can mindfulness enhance sporting success?”
“What is the role of the neuromyofascial web?”
“Can we think ourselves towards being more skilled?”
“How can yoga asanas be a helpful part of an exercise regime?”

Whether you are a runner, cyclist, rock climber or swimmer, whether you play ball or racquet sports, practise martial arts, crossfit or lift weights, we will learn how to marry your love of yoga with your love of sports.

This workshop will be a mixture of asana practise, anatomy and biomechanical information, group discussion and sports drills, led by Corrie McCallum, a qualified PT, Pilates and yoga teacher.

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