Full Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training
Whether you dream of launching a new career as yoga teacher or would simply love to take your understanding & physical practice to a whole new level, redkiteyoga is thrilled to announce our Yoga Teacher Training Course, resulting in a full 200 hour qualification, certified by the Yoga Alliance.
Type of Event
- Teacher Training
9 x weekends from May 16 - Jan 17.
Each weekend runs Friday 6-9pm and both Saturday and Sunday 9-5pm and dates are as follows
20-22 May 16, 17-19 June 16, 15-17 July 16, 18-21 August 16, 23-25 Sept 16, 14-16 Oct 16, 11-13 Nov 16, 9-11 Dec 16 and 13-15 Jan 2017.
This course is one of the best value around, at a full inclusive cost of £1900, spread over the duration of the course. An initial deposit of £325 will secure your place, then £175 is payable before each of the 9 weekends.
Course will be kept to a nice small group of 15 or so people to ensure everyone receives plenty of support.
The industry standard globally recognised qualification which permits you to teach yoga is running right here in Worcestershire !
A comprehensive and inspiring course which will build knowledge in all aspects of yoga including the physical practice, history, anatomy and the ability to plan and deliver classes for yourself or the paying public with confidence and enjoyment.
The course will be co-taught by Kate Alexander, founder of redkiteyoga and Ian Davis, a highly respected and popular yoga teacher from Cheltenham. Both came to yoga from professional careers and have subsequently carved out successful yoga businesses doing something they absolutely love.
Whilst the course will be influenced by Vinyasa Flow and Astanga, Kate and Ian's primary styles, this course is not tied to one particular style of yoga, giving flexibility for students to stay true to their preferred yoga style. We will also invite guest teachers to ensure students experience a variety of approaches and types of yoga.
Both Kate and Ian can't stress enough not to worry about your level of yoga. A regular practice, enthusiasm and willingness to learn are more important to embark on the course than being able to master all the poses at the beginning.