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200hr Yoga Teacher Training – non residential

24 July @ 7:00 am - 12 December @ 9:00 pm
Tuition fee: £2130

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We will be offering a non-residential yoga teacher training course again this year in London.

This training is designed for people who would prefer to attend our yoga teacher training over a series of weekends in London. The material is the same as on the intensive residential course, and will be taught over seven weekends in 2021.

  • 23 July evening only via zoom
  • 24-25 July
  • 14-15 August
  • 4-5 September
  • 2-3 October
  • 23-24 October
  • 20-21 November
  • 11-12 December

Timings for the days are: Saturday-Sunday 7am-9pm – except for the first Friday (23rd July) where we’ll start in the evening at 6:30pm online via zoom.

The programme follows the same timetable as our residential courses. It may look like the days are long, but there are plenty of breaks and the material is paced in such a way to make it very digestible.

We suggest that you treat the weekends as “retreats” to allow yourself to be fully immersed in the practice and learning, so you can gain the most from the experience. We ask that you put your mobile phones and communications devices away during the learning periods.
Completion of this course requires 100% attendance, so it is important to factor in travelling time to and from the venue – particularly on Sundays, when public transport options may be reduced – so that we can start on time at 7am on both days.
It is also possible to mix the residential and non-residential elements to achieve the Zenways Yoga Alliance-accredited 200RYT qualification.

We believe becoming a yoga teacher is about your personal journey, understanding and inner confidence. Rather than orientating our course around “our” way, we instead orientate ourselves around your path. We focus on giving you the principles and techniques to equip you for a lifetime of exploring, developing and teaching.

  • Gain a comprehensive “tool kit” that allows you to find your true expression and develop as a teacher for the rest of your life.
  • The course is uniquely based in the Yogacara (yoga practice) philosophy of Mahayana Buddhism, and was written by Zen master Daizan Skinner based on wisdom gained from 25+ years of Zen and yoga study.
  • Accredited by the world-wide standards body Yoga Alliance, and the Independent Yoga Network. Graduates are eligible to join REPS (Register of Exercise Professionals) level 3.
  • Join a growing family more than 200 Zenways teachers who have trained with us in the 10 years since this course began.
  • To train with us you’ll need a minimum two years regular yoga practice (or equivalent).

 

Venue and meals 

We’ll be meeting at the ZenYoga studio in Camberwell, south London (24A Camberwell Grove, London, SE5 8RE). If you need to travel in from outside London, we suggest you stay with a friend or find an AirBnB on the Friday and Saturday nights (depending on pandemic restrictions at the time).
You will need to bring your own packed meals, drinks and snacks for both days. There is a kitchen with a fridge, sink, and hot water for drinks. There are also plenty of shops/restaurants/cafes nearby.

Equipment

There are yoga mats, props, zafus, cushions and blankets at the studio.

To find out more about the yoga teacher training course generally, click here.

Details

Start:
24 July @ 7:00 am
End:
12 December @ 9:00 pm
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Tutor/Teacher

Samantha Warrington
Email:
samantha.warrington.yoga@gmail.com

Other

Tuition Fee:
£2130
Early Bird Price:
£1830 (to get the earlybird price you need to book more than 3 months in advance)

Venue

ZenYoga (Yugagyo Dojo)
24a Camberwell Grove
London, London SE5 8RE United Kingdom
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Website:
www.zenyoga.org.uk

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