The London Yoga Teacher Training Course
The current London Yoga Teacher Training Course (LYTTC) runs from March 2013 to April 2015.
The LYTTC course directors are Anne-Marie Zulkahari, Chloe Fremantle and Lisa McRory.
This revised two year course provides the practical skills and expertise to teach yoga safely and with confidence. The extensive syllabus covers the areas of philosophy, anatomy and physiology necessary in order to deepen understanding of yoga and develop personal practice.
LYTTC core faculty include the course directors and Peter Blackaby, Cara Bowen, Neville Cregan and Giovanni Felicioni.
The LYTTC is an accredited BWY teacher training course.
All applicants are interviewed in advance of being offered a place on the course.
It is highly recommended that trainees attend several of the London Yoga Teacher Training Group workshops on offer when considering applying for the LYTTC
For further details please contact the LYTTC administrator
Teacher Training with the Acquaviva school of Yoga
Led by marc Wooldford, with support from outstanding visiting teachers, including Pete Blackaby, Diane Long and Sophy Hoare.
A total of 15 weekends and a one-week residential intensive, offering an opportunity to significantly deepen understanding and experience of yoga, whilst nurturing the ability to share this work with others.
260 contact hours, two courses - one based in Lewes, East Sussex, the other in Edinburgh - both starting October 2013
The training commences with a 7-weekend deep immersion process to introduce the principles behind the work through practice (100hr foundation course over 7 months).
Throughout both phases, practice sessions will continue to form the heart of the course, to develop direct experiential understanding of the principal asanas, pranayamas, meditations and relaxation techniques.
The course is recognised by the AIYP and the IYN.
There will be some one day workshops to introduce the work. For further information about taster days, course content, requirements and applicatons etc: