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300 hour Advanced Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training

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500 hour Vinyasa Teacher Training

London, Uk

May 2018-May 2019

One year program

500-Hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training with SYT Erin Prichard

Guest Teachers: Becky Farbstein, Jeff DeLilla, Lo Lo Lam, Katie Gaddiani, Kate Dowen, Luke Rogan


The training is fully accredited by the Yoga Alliance Professionals, and will run for 12 weekends over one year

May 2018-April 2019. Please see full syllabus below for the full details.

This course is for teacher's who already have their 200 hour TT certificate. The course is an additional 300 hrs with over 280 contact hours and 20 hours of self-study and research.

The course will be split into 8 different modules which will be split over the period of a year. There will also be a one day silent meditation retreat, one research project, one half day bouldering and continued mentorship over 10 classes that you teach on a regular basis.

Module 1:

Advanced Teaching Skills and Practise

We will be looking at advanced assists. How to sequence for 45, 60, 75, 90 beginners and more experienced classes. Sequencing for special needs students. Making classes adaptable. Asana lab. The act of observation whilst teaching. Case studies,looking at students with specific needs. Teaching practise. We also be looking at yoga philosophy more in depth and how to weave it into our teachings. There will be daily Pranayama , chanting, and meditation practices. Taught by Erin Prichard

Module 2:

History of Yoga

History of Yoga: This module will considers various archeological, historical, and sociological perespectives on yoga with the aim of shedding light on the fragmentary, diverse and often enigmatic evidence of yoga practices in both the East and the West from 3500 BCE to 2018 AD. Taught by Becky Farbstein

Women in Yoga: A feminist perspective

We will be looking at women’s role throughout the history of Yoga and how women have re-vitalized yoga throughout the ages. Exploring the beginning times of Tantric yoga to the rise of the Brahmins and a male dominated society, to the key yoginis who revolutionised and added a distinct feminine thread to the tapestry of Yoga. We will discuss breaking the male dominated tradition whilst still keeping to the roots and how to practise Yoga in a feminine way. We will look at what it means to be a Yogini today and if the role of the female has changed or are we still living in a time of male dominance? Taught by Erin Prichard

Module 3

Making Yoga Inclusive

In this module we will look at changing perceptions of normality by changing perceptions of disablity. Looking at the social model of disability and deconstruct what it actually means. How can we benefit people with different abilities.How to work with differing abilitis, physical, learning, emotional, and complex needs. Taught by Nat Black

Yoga for all bodies

We will be looking at ways to adapt yoga for all bodies, using chair and floor techniques. We will also look at the science behind yoga and meditation and how we can help others. Taught by Erin Prichard

Module 4

Karma Yoga: Yoga off the mat

In this module we will be looking more in depth at the philosophies of the Bhagavad Gita and what the teachings of Karma Yoga actually mean. We will have two specialist teachers, coming to speak about Gender and Climate Change. Katie Gaiddiani, will be teaching about healing and Yoga for gender violence and survivors of sexual assault and how gender plays a role in the classroom and how to sensitive to gender dimensions. Kate, will be talking about how we can live more consciously off the mat in regards to the planet and climate change. There will also be an expectation to take part in a community service project throughout the courses duration. Taught by Erin Prichard, Katie Gaddiani, and Kate Dowen

Module 5

Sanskrit

Sanskrit specialist will be taking us deeper into to learning Sanskrit in a fun and approachable way. Lets get our chant on.Taught by Gabriella

Module 6

Advanced Anatomy

Jeff Delilla, a chartered physiotherapist , will be guiding deeper into the understanding anatomy and movement. Taught by Jeffrey Delilla

Electric Body. We will be looking more in depth to the subtle energy bodies, koshas, prana vayus, nadis, and and how to purify with advanced pranayama techniques. Taught by Erin Prichard

Module 7

Business of Yoga

Yoga retreats, workshops, and charity events can all be a lot of fun but slightly daunting to plan when you are a new teacher. We will be looking at how to organise all of these events in an easier way. Students will have a go planning one of their own special events. Taught by Erin Prichard

Module 8

Holistic Practices

In this module, we will have an Auryvedic and Aromatherapy specialist teaching us more about these practices in order to enrich our teaching skills.

Taught by LoLo Lam and Luke

Also included in course:

One day silent meditation retreat

Half day bouldering

Mentorship over 10 classes

Students will be expected to complete one research project, participate in one charitable event, and teach 10 classes throughout the year that will be mentored by Erin Prichard.

Pre-requisites for this course:

You must be a 200 hour trained teacher with a minimum of 6 months teaching experience.

Costs

Early Bird Rate if booked before December 31st: 3300 pounds

If booked after January first : 3600 pounds

Please apply here

There are options to pay for this course in monthly instalments.

I know Yoga can be very expensive! So I will be offering one scholarship to this program at a largely discounted price. Please apply here.

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