Our Yoga Level 3 Diploma in teaching Yoga and YA200hrs will provide you with the knowledge, understanding and skills to plan, prepare and deliver a safe and effective yoga sessions and pursue a career in teaching yoga. We offer 0% payment plans for the course.
The course tutor is Helena Bingham SYT, a Senior Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance UK
The course is for adults (aged 16+) and the entry requirements are:
â€¢ a minimum of two years experience of participating in yoga classes is desirable
â€¢ a degree of physical fitness is necessary as the course required physical exertion
â€¢ basic skills in communication pitched at level 2
This qualification comprises of 5 mandatory units
Unit 1 â€“ Underpinning principles of teaching yoga
Unit 2 â€“ Anatomy and physiology for yoga
Unit 3 â€“ Planning a series of yoga sessions
Unit 4 â€“ Health and safety for yoga
Unit 5 â€“ Teaching a yoga session
Successful achievement of all 5 units must be achieved for the full qualification
Worksheets for each unit
10 week overview
Detailed session plans
Personal development plans
Personal practice and reflection diary
Here is a testimonial from a new qualified YA200 Yoga Teacher
"I am lucky enough to have practiced yoga with Helena for a few years now. She is someone who was able to connect me with the magic of yoga and open my eyes to just how life-changing it can be. She is a truly gifted teacher and inspiring just to be around, so when the opportunity arose to train to be a teacher with her I could not pass it up.
The course itself is fascinating, brilliantly well-structured, and very â€œhands-onâ€ with lots of practical work right from the start. Helenaâ€™s advice and guidance is invaluable. She created a space in which our group of trainees bonded quickly and became very close; we always felt supported and encouraged in our training, both by Helena and each other.
Not everyone on the course was necessarily sure that they wanted to go on and be a teacher of yoga to others, but the real gift of this is that it deepens your own yoga and further awakens your awareness â€“ not just of the asana, the physical practice, but of all facets of yoga in daily life. Clearly thatâ€™s a great benefit to the self, but also those around you still ultimately benefit from that even if youâ€™re not actively teaching them a class.
I am quite sad that the course has now ended as I will miss my monthly get-togethers with my yoga family, but I am excited and grateful to have received the knowledge and skills that were passed on to us through this course. My advice to anyone thinking about signing up would be to stop thinking so much â€“ go with your heart and just do it! "
Jen - London Oct 2014
YA200hrs with IQ Level 3 in Teaching Yoga
Sarah Hills Wright - 25/09/2014
I was lucky enough to choose this course. I was able to deepen my knowledge of yoga while making new friends and spending time with and learning from the best teachers. I recently qualified and I am in the process of setting up my own classes. I only wish I could go back and do it all again. A year well spent.
April 9th & 10th
Hertfordshire SG6 3NA