Thursday, 16 October 2014

How to become a Hatha yoga teacher in 200 hours

There are different ways to become a yoga coach or instructor and each individual can go about it in different ways. Some people take years to build up their own experiences and skills before deciding that its time for them to pass on the knowledge and benefits to others. However, it is also possible to take a more direct approach in the form of an intensive 12-month course, which allows you to qualify within 200 hours so long as you are willing to commit. Such a course is offered by Seasonal Yoga Teacher Training and is made up of 12 modules all focusing on different areas of practical and theoretical yoga.

The unique aspect of this course is that is utilises the seasons and draws on the different types of energy that we each posses at different times of year. By learning how to recognise the types and flow of our energy we can know how to use it most positively and beneficially. Chinese and Indian aspects and traditions are included in the course and students will also learn how to use and teach yoga for specific purposes such as weight loss and medical issues.

Saturday, 13 September 2014

Yoga Teacher training London

Welcome to SYTT
Here you will be able to find all the information you require on our Yoga teacher training programs in Glasgow and London.
This course is designed for people who wish to deepen their Yoga experience and those who wish to qualify to teach it; for everyone it is an evolutional year.
International Diploma for Teaching Seasonal Yoga
Seasonal Yoga brings Seasonal Living back to life! 
The SYYT (Seasonal Yoga Teacher Training London) organization is an independent organization that strives on its high standard and the way in which it connects its students with nature and their own true selves.

Everyone who attends this year long course will benefit from the program. By combining the understanding of Chinese energy with the time honored techniques of Yoga, we aim to match your everyday life experiences with yoga and the world around you. What this means is that we realize that your practice will change with the seasons and when it is cold and you are working long hours in winter you will have less energy than in the summer. Our course is set up to look into your personal habits such as your diet, mindset, lifestyle, and energy, allowing us to help you use the tools you have most efficiently. As well as the practical side of yoga, we cover the philosophy behind it and that of medication, allowing you to really get to grips with these complex ideas. We are there to help you every step of the way with classes and meetings as well as monthly modules, assisting you ever step of the way with beneficial changes. 

We understand that no two Yoga teachers are alike, and that in order to get the most out of Yoga you will need to understand your own passion for it. We therefore do not try to create one teacher from our own image, but help you develop your own individual teaching style by using our tools. We also realize that not everyone who attends out course does so to become a teacher; many of our students simply want to further develop their journey with Yoga.

Tuesday, 12 August 2014

The 200 hour Hatha Yoga Course (RYS 200)

The Seasonal training course we have on offer consists of twelve modules which focus on Ashtanga Yoga as well as seasonal flow and Vinyassa practices. The course includes Asanas (postures), philosophy of yoga, purificiation techniques (Kriyas), breathing technique (Pranayamas), anatomy and physiology, Mantra, seasonal and vedantic meditation, Chi Gung, traditional energy practices, and the energy systems of the body. 

The course lasts a total of 200 hours and is designed to allow you to explore Yoga in more depth as well as the theoretical side. We call this course seasonal yoga as well give you advice on how to harmonize your body with the seasons and the energy in the outside world, and how to create balance in your lives from understanding Chinese cyclical nature. Seasonal yoga uses the understanding of the energy lines of the body and how they affect your mood, vital energy, your organs, and your mindset, allowing you to tune yourself to the world in which you live through the practice of yoga, your breathing, and your diet. The training will include the stuffy of the Indian and Chinese five elements and just how they relate to your lifestyle depending on which season it is.
You will also be able to experience different styles of yoga such as Hatha, Ashtanga, traditional, and seasonal flow, as well as some special types of yoga such as yoga with music and chair yoga. Also covered in the course are tips on how to market your classes, how to run them, and N.L.P.
Our seasonal yoga teacher training course exceed the standards set by the National and educational Yoga alliance at the 200 hour level. When you complete the course you will become a registered teacher of yoga. 

Each yearly course is made up of twelve monthly modules. Most of the classes will take place on Friday evenings as well as Saturdays, although there will be extra hours at other times during the week; please refer to the course dates for more details.

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Your Own Development

During the course you will also be expected to attend a regular class of yoga with a teacher of your choice. You will also be expected to begin personal practice in your every day life, and this can include energy flow work, meditation, yoga asanas, pranayama, or something as simplistic as learning to breathe deeply whist you are driving you car; what you choose to do will depend on your lifestyle and what suits you best.
During the year you will also be expected to read in order to gain further insight into what you are learning.
At the beginning of the course you will be given learning outcomes that will allow you to track your own achievement and progress.
When you complete your course you will not only be qualified to teach Vinyasa flow yoga, but you will also have learned some tools that will allow you to teach other forms of yoga such as restorative yoga.

If you have any further questions on the course content, please contact us.