Yoga-Yoga Teacher Training
300 hour Yoga Alliance Professionals accredited course
September 5th 2020- September 25th 2021
With Louise Cashin Registered Senior Yoga Teacher (SYT) Yoga Alliance Professionals and Faculty
The Yoga- Yoga Teacher Training Course (TTC) focuses on practical techniques and personal development to enable serious, experienced Yoga students to evolve into ethical, competent Yoga teachers. It provides a thorough grounding in the practice and theory of Yoga and is presented throughout in an interactive and experiential way to aid faster and more complete assimilation of the at times, complex information. We are a smaller group [18 students maximum] and this provides for a good teacher student ratio to maximise your opportunity to learn.
Louise is the course leader for the Yoga-Yoga TTC and her co-tutors are Swami Saradananda her teacher and mentor of many years. New for 2020 Kate Mundie and Ute Laggner are joining the team as we continue to develop the course. Kate will be working alongside Louise with the modules concerned with teaching methodology and ethics. Dr Ute Phd will be covering anatomy and physiology- more information on these wonderful tutors is contained in our the course information downloadable below . During the course there will be further teachers and assistants excited to help you get the most out of your time on the course. Assisting and mentoring throughout the course is the wonderful and very capable Paula Sheehan
The aim of the Yoga-Yoga TTC is to equip students both professionally and practically to teach an inclusive Yoga class to adults with mixed ability, with the emphasis on:
Asana (Yoga postures)
Mudras and Bandhas
The above will include all aspects of professional teaching, including course and lesson planning; assessing students, class management and the adapting and modifying of the above practices for the safe inclusion of individual requirements.
In addition to learning how to teach the above aspects of Yoga practice, the Yoga-Yoga TTC aims to equip students with knowledge in the following:
Anatomy and physiology appropriate to Yoga practice together with health and safety considerations
Yoga in philosophical and historical context with reference to the set key texts
The business of Yoga- setting up classes and promoting classes and courses
The concept of “Yoga Off the Mat” Yoga as a lifestyle choice.
Furthermore it is our intention to provide or direct students to, on-going personal development through reading and study and on-going support and mentoring throughout the course and beyond
a personal message from Louise Cashin Course Director
"I am delighted to share my knowledge, passion and long time practice of Yoga with serious students who wish to study Yoga in more detail for their own personal development and to learn how to teach this wonderful, life affirming practice to others. I see Yoga as an integral part of my life not only in the way I move, but in the way I think and interact with others. Yoga has taught me so much more than just practicing on the mat! My approach in designing and delivering this teacher training is to encourage you to fully embody the practices of Yoga so that you become an example to your students of good health, compassion and empathy- things I believe make for a great Yoga teacher"