Level 2 Teacher Training Modules in 2018

These on-going training modules are aimed at Yoga teachers who have a completed a minimum 200 hour training and been teaching for at least 1 year, who want to expand their knowledge and to really develop as teachers as well as extend their personal practice and understanding of all things yoga.

Of course you will be  in the expert hands of a range of senior and respected teachers to guide your continuing journey.

Specifically our training will give you a pathway to:

  • Graduate from 200 hour (provisional) membership of YogaAustralia to move to full Level 1 membership
  • Help Level 1 members (with 350 hours training) move towards Level 2 (500 hours) membership of Yoga Australia
  • Develop practical teaching skills in the real world as well as expand your knowledge and confidence to teach with greater authority and confidence

 

Course Structure:

To help busy teachers, study is mainly on weekday afternoons (with some weekends)

2018 Modules available include:

  • How to make your health and your practice a priority
  • Once we get clear on our values, our priorities shift.
    One of the biggest things I’ve come to understand when people tell me they want to be healthier, happier and start getting into good practices but don’t know how. . .
    Is that it’s all about getting real on your values and priorities.

  • Why is it hard to meditate? Even when we know the benefits? By Rachel Long
  • You value your health and wellbeing right? You eat well, exercise regularly, go to a regular yoga class where you Read More

  • How mindfulness works with strong emotions. By Rachel Long
  • A big feeling caught me by surprise recently. Within moments of reading an email, my rational mind shut down, my Read More

  • 4 ways mindfulness helps with stress. By Rachel Long
  • Fascinating research by neuroscientist Sara Lazar showed mindfulness meditation practitioners, even after just 8 weeks of practising, had a reduction in amygdala activity

  • Maybe you don’t have to always be “your best self”
  • There’s a common meme -and many books- these days suggesting we should aspire to “be our best self”. This taps Read More