We are delighted to again host Byron Yoga Centre’s Level 2 teacher training, developed by long-time Yoga Practitioner John Ogilvie.
This part-time course comprises 6 weekends over 5 months, starts THIS WEEKEND on Saturday 11 November. It follows on from Level 1 training which began in May, and is internationally (Yoga Alliance) accredited.
Being part time on the weekends, these courses are a great way to amass your teacher-training knowledge over a long period without having to take time off work.
Byron Yoga Centre Part Time Teacher Training – Level 2 (300 hours)
Sat 11 Nov 2017 to Sun 29 April 2018
The Byron Yoga Centre Level 2 Part Time Teacher Training Course is designed to deliver our characteristic holistic approach to training that encompasses the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of the yogic path. Guided by our knowledgeable and friendly teaching staff, in this comprehensive course, we’ll be covering the following areas:
- Level 2 Asana techniques, alignment, modifications and variations
- Teaching Methodology for intermediate yoga classes
- In depth adjusting and correcting students
- Advanced Sequencing for classes and private students
- Level 2 Applied Anatomy and Physiology
- Level 2 Yoga Philosophy, focus on Yoga Sutras
- Learn to teach pranayama and meditation
- Ayurveda, yogic health and lifestyle tools
- Refining your teaching skills with ‘real life’ practice teaching opportunities from day 1
About Byron Yoga Centre
Byron Yoga Centre is Australia’s leading yoga-training academy with some of the world’s most experienced trainers.
Established in 1988 by John Ogilvie, Byron Yoga Centre is one of the longest-running yoga schools in Australia.
John Ogilvie Lead Trainer – Founder and Director of the Byron Yoga Centre, has been teaching yoga for over twenty-five years and developed the Byron Yoga Centre teacher training courses.
John encourages a light heartedness in our approach to yoga and to ourselves. Teaching regular classes as part of the Byron Yoga studio weekly timetable, his classes are both challenging and dynamic, and integrate the different yoga styles of Iyengar and Ashtanga, as well as the softer Sivananda and Satyananda practices of yoga and the energy principles of Aikido.
Other experienced teachers include:
All of our teachers are experienced and dedicated to sharing their knowledge about the many different aspects of yoga and teaching.