Weekend dates for the 2019 course (22nd March to 23rd June 2019)
This is a 9-weekend-course (200hrs.), next TTC runs from 30th August to 8th December 2019
- 1WE 30, 31 Aug. & 1 Sept.
- 2WE 13 - 15 September
- 3WE 20 - 22 September
- 4WE 4 - 6 October
- 5WE 11 - 13 October
- 6WE 1 - 3 November
- 7WE 15 - 17 November
- 8WE 29, 30 Nov. & 1 Dec.
- 9WE 6 - 8 December
- Friday from 7.30 until 17.30
- Saturday from 7.30 until 17.30
- Sunday from 7.30 until 17.30s
What to bring
- Yoga mat
- Yoga belt and other props you use
- Comfortable yoga clothing to change into
- Warm shawl or blanket for meditation and lectures
- APMB Book
Our curriculum covers:
The Fundamentals of Yoga
- The meaning of yoga
- Yoga types and styles
- History of yoga with a focus on Patanjali
- The methodology of yoga teaching
- Theories of meditation, pranayama, asana practice and mantra
Yoga and the Physical Body
- Hatha yoga
- Shatkarma or cleansing rituals
- The yogic body including chakras and the nadi system
- Anatomy and physiology
- Asana clinics with in depth discussion
Philosophy and Core Principles
- Prana Vayu and koshas
- Philosophical principles
Creating your Class and Assessments
- Developing your own sequence
- Establishing your yoga teaching style
- Personal evaluations, presentations and assessments
- Teaching methodology revision
- Graduation Ceremony
As well as the yoga curriculum above, you will be introduced to teachings about non-violent communication, learning behaviour patterns and your soul profile.
These, coupled with personal reflection sessions will guide and deepen your learning.
In total, the 200 hours will consist of:
- 80 hours of yoga practice
- 50 hours of teaching
- 70 hours of lecture and assessments.
On successful completion of the TTC, graduates are eligible to become Registered Yoga Teachers with the Yoga Alliance.