200h, 21 days
25th November – 15th December 2023
We are excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for our Teaching Training Programme which will run from 25 November – 15 December 2023.
Over 21 days we transform passionate yoga practitioners into highly qualified instructors. Ready and able to teach as soon as the course ends.
While focusing on equipping you to teach Vinyasa yoga, the course will provide a solid foundation from which you can continue to explore other forms of yoga. You will be taught how to create and teach a Vinyasa class based on the principals of alignment and the ancient practice of Ashtanga Vinyasa. This means you’ll have everything you need to begin teaching at all types of yoga and fitness establishments upon graduation and begin your journey as a yoga teacher.
The program takes places over 3 consecutive weeks (200 hours)
Kick off Weekend! Foundation, Form & Function. Introduction to the eight limbs of yoga. Practice
Anatomy and Physiology of Yoga. Modifications and Dealing with injuries
Pranyama. Vinyasa Yoga asanas. Fusion of Dialogue. Adjustments. Benefits. Precautions. Styles of Teaching
History and Philosophy of Yoga
The Art of adjustments
Prices per person are as follows for shared and single occupancy and include tuition fees, accommodation and daily brunch and dinner buffet:
Registered with Yoga Alliance Taran Boynton is Senior Yoga Teacher who has been practising for over 17 years.
She completed her training with Ryan Spielman in London. In addition, has practiced under the guidance of various authorised Pattabhi Jois teachers including Joey Miles, Sharath Jois, Paul Dallaghan, Hamish Hendry & Charlie Taylor Rugman.
As a yoga teacher her style emphasises the dynamic, flowing approach of Pattabhi Jois’s Ashtanga Yoga. She pays particular attention on pace, Breathe and delivering exceptional manual adjustments to enhance the practitioners experience within the pose. Allowing you to let go of physical and mental tensions and your body to feel the pose and experience each movement in its entirety