200 hrs in Ashtanga Vinyasa and Yoga Anatomy
23rd April to 14th May
23rd July to 13th August
The course is aimed at those of you who have a steady yoga practice and would like to take your first step towards becoming a yoga teacher. It is also a great way to connect with practice and delve deeper into the finer details of yoga, even if you do not want to be a yoga teacher. The course is non-residential and will run for 2 intensive weeks part time. It promises to be an exciting and enjoyable journey in Liverpool’s city centre. It is registered and compliant with Yoga Alliance standards.
You should be prepared to be mentally, emotionally and physically challenged for the duration of the course! There is a lot of learning (hello anatomy,) heaps of movement (hello muscles,) and a fair bit of challenging your inner dialogue (hello emotions;) all in a super productive way with support from your teachers throughout.
It is possible to join for 50 hrs of Yoga Anatomy as a module of the YTTC. This would then contribute towards the certification over the coming year.
Courses take place at Yogacita in the Baltic Triangle, Liverpool.
200 hrs in Ashtanga Yoga will provide the foundation needed to be a great Vinyasa Flow teacher. Ashtanga Yoga is the foundation of Vinyasa Flow. With a holistic approach the curriculum, all modules are interlinked and connected: the physical supports the spiritual, the spiritual content supports the physical. While the course is physically demanding with a huge focus on Western anatomy, the course is undoubtedly geared towards being truly yogi in the complex world that we live in, a concept that is close to our heart and will be explored in detail. Concepts will be presented as theories, though exploration and most importantly through practice.
The course will include the following modules:
Led Ashtanga Yoga or Vinyasa Flow
An intro to Meditation
To understand the yoga anatomy associated with the postures of Ashtanga Yoga, knowing how to overcome physical limitations to develop and intelligent and personal practice. The module will include:
- Movement of the hip, shoulder, spine and knee joints
- Origin and insertion to determine muscle functionality
- Shoulder and hip stability
- Posture analysis in detail
- Common injury prevention
The pedagogy of teaching yoga including:
Building a yoga class commentary to provide accurate cuing and effective reminders
How to teach a modified class to cope with different abilities in a class
Simple sequencing for a Vinyasa Flow Class
Use of voice
The role of the modern yoga teacher
Workshops will include Inversions, Backbending, The Perfect Chaturanga, Happy Hips and Journey to Handstand.
History and background of Ashtanga Yoga
The 8 Limbs as described in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras
Ongoing discussion and debate about how to be a ‘good yogi’ in the modern world that we live in today.
This course will run full time for 3 weeks as follows:
Saturdays and first Sunday: 12 to 6pm
Mondays to Fridays: 7.30am to 5.30pm (brunch and study time 10.15 to 11.45am; break 2.15 to 3pm)
2022 Course Dates
23rd April to 14th May
30th July to 20th August
24th September to 15th October
The courses will take place at Yogacita in the Baltic Triangle, Liverpool’s alternative hub. The studio can host 18 students and is a great place for a TTC with lots of nearby cafes to grab brunch and sustenance for the day!
200 hr course tuition, maximum 18 students (including 50 hr Yoga Anatomy CPD students)
Studio facilities (when in person) and use of equipment
If this is too big of a commitment right now, why not check out the 50 hr Yoga Anatomy Course. If you are looking for more, at some point in the future, you can join me for 300 hrs in Vinyasa Flow at Palm Trees Yoga School in Goa.
To book onto this course, please email me though my contact page. Or call me on 07916 680 248.