Vajrasati 500 hour yoga alliance teacher training
2 year 500 hour teacher training course registered with Yoga Alliance. This course is 16 years old and is one of the most in depth teacher training courses in the country covering yoga asana, pranayama, mantra, A and P, philosophy, safety and all aspects of teaching yoga!
Type of Event
- Teacher Training
Most Wednesdays - for full dates please get in touch (we have Christmas and Easter and August off)
To be paid by an initial deposit of £600 and then 24 monthly payments thereafter of £150.
The enrollment day for Vajrasati Yoga Teacher Training 500 hours.
Join our esteemed colleagues who have completed this well respected teacher training program now in its 16th year.
Applications are received from 8 months before the course commences and should take the form of a written letter with all contact information included.
The letter should include 5 points:
1/ Relevant history
2/ Why you want to do a yoga teacher training?
3/ Why this course?
4/ What you hope to get from the coiurse?
5/ What you think you can bring to it.
Applicants should also be familiar with the Vajrasati Yoga website teacher training section and have been practicing yoga for at least two years.
Vajrasati Yoga (VS yoga) is one of the 's most respected teacher training courses.
It's influences span yoga's long history drawing from the Tantra, Raja Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Advaita Vedanta and Buddhism.
The course is suited to first time yoga teacher trainees as well as already established teachers wishing to deepen their understanding and reinvigorate their practice and beneit from a supportive and inspring collective of teachers during and post training.
The teacher training course emphasis shared learning and direct knowing and strongly recognises The strength of working as a collective whilst casting off homogenisation and disempowerment.
You will learn how to:
Integrate yoga philosophy.
Incorporate key anatomical information as part of an integrated yoga class.
Draw beautiful clear instructions direct from your own experience.
Observe and feedback.
Adjust with wisdom and love.
Teach from a wide range of yoga practices from posture and breath work to meditation and Sanskrit chanting.