Find out how Yoga Blogger The Global Yogi AKA Michelle Taffe did when she committed to 30 straight days of yoga at the Ashtanga Yoga Centre of Melbourne. Michelle tells of her ups and downs in her blog ‘30 Days of Ashtanga Yoga: What happens during a month of showing up on the mat every day’ which we reproduce here with Michelle’s permission.
Starting in March 2018 at the Ashtanga Yoga Centre of Melbourne, the course runs for 12 months and is one of the highest possible qualifications in yoga teaching that is recognised both in Australia and internationally.
Imagine standing in front of a yoga class knowing you have the knowledge and skills to change lives – knowing you understand the techniques, how to share them, and importantly you have a plan for each and every one of your students. Make this dream a reality by learning from Yoga Master Nicky Knoff in her upcoming teaching training classes in Melbourne in December and January.
Nicky, whose knowledge is distilled over 40 years of intense study, is considered by many as one of the greatest yogis of our time.
Fly away with Greg and Tracy Cooper to North Queensland for our Centre’s annual retreat at the beautiful Sanctuary Retreat ecolodge where there is a special 15% discount on accommodation for Retreat participants.
Have you tried yoga in the past but never stuck to it? Or are you looking for something new? Whether a complete yoga novice or looking to brush up; we can help you develop a solid, strong, safe Ashtanga Yoga practice.
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.