Take a journey with us through yoga philosophy, breathwork, postures and relaxation and become a confident, competent and soulful yoga teacher.

On this program you will learn the principles and skills to teach breathing techniques (pranayama), postures (asana) and relaxation (yoga nidra) to individuals and large and small groups. You will become familiar with the anatomy of the body and how it works in yoga. At its heart, this program will uncover why we do yoga. Underpinning it all will be the study of ancient yoga philosophy to enable both teacher and their students to live more soulfully.

The program is very practical in nature. Students will commit to homework and home practice. It is designed to take students on a highly enjoyable and life-affirming journey.

The course will run for 4 weeks from 4th to 31st July 2019
Monday to Friday: 11.30am-6pm
Saturdays: 12pm-6pm.

Early Bird: €2,099 available 30 days before course start date (saving €500) Full course fee €2599 (Instalment plan available)

€150 deposit required to book your place (non refundable)

We hope you decide to take this enjoyable yoga journey with us. There will be an opportunity to cover classes at our studio once you have successfully completed the course.

Yoga Teacher Training – Modules

Living principles explore the ancient wisdom of yoga philosophy and its total relevance to today’s life for yogis and all mankind.

The body principles section looks at the different factors influencing movement in asana.

Pranayama, Asana, Yoga Nidra exercises are all dealt with and teased out in great detail. We also explore workshops in inversions, handstands and headstands, restorative yoga, mindfulness and meditation and sound bath healing.

The body in yoga examines the body systems and in particular looks at the anatomy and physiology inherent in yoga asana and pranayama.

The teacher skills and business of yoga sections look at the approaches of teachers on how to teach and run their businesses ethically.

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