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Yoga Teacher Training Canberra Training Options 2023
Join us in our 18th year of yoga teacher training in Canberra for introductory, graduate, and postgraduate yoga teacher training study options.
Want to dive deeper into your yoga practice and studies, but you aren’t looking to become a teacher? This 100-hour blended Face-to-Face + Online program gives you a deeper exploration of Vinyasa Flow practice and philosophy to develop your practice and studies and give you a preview of the yoga teacher training journey.
Study, practice, and learn to teach Vinyasa Flow Yoga. Explore postures, breathwork, relaxation, yoga philosophy, teaching skills and strategies, anatomy, accessible yoga and more in this blended Face-to-Face +Online course. Registered Yoga Australia Level 1, Yoga Alliance RYS-200, AUSactive 15 CECs.
This 500-hour yoga teacher training program is designed for those looking for a comprehensive education in yoga teaching, and a multidisciplinary approach to yoga, including Vinyasa Flow, Core Yoga, Mind Body Meditation, Ayurveda, and more. Yoga Australia, Yoga Alliance, AUSactive.
This 150-hour continuing education program is designed for yoga teachers from any background, style or lineage who wish to have a deeper exploration into Vinyasa Flow yoga postures, breathwork, and anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics for yoga. Professional Development Credits: Yoga Australia, Yoga Alliance, AUSactive 15 CECs.
This 300-hour continuing education program is designed for yoga teachers from any background, style or lineage who wish to explore a multi-disciplinary approach to yoga, including Vinyasa Flow, Core Yoga, Mind Body Meditation, Ayurveda, Energetic Anatomy, and more. Professional Development Credits: Yoga Alliance RYS-300, Yoga Australia, AUSactive 22 CECs
Special Elective Yoga Workshops
Open to yoga teachers-in-training and experienced teachers, join associate trainer and Accessible Yoga Ambassador Sarah (Sare) Nuttridge for one or both special elective workshops:
How can you tailor your yoga class into something accessible for every body? In this workshop, yoga teachers will explore the question of “What is Accessible Yoga?” A presentation will include a range of considerations and scope, along with teaching and communication strategies. Practical applications in the workshop consist of pose customizations using yoga equipment, and explorations of breathwork and meditation options for students. It also addresses how you can hold space and respond effectively for a range of needs within a class. Learn more and register here
In this Yang to Yin workshop, you will be introduced to Yin Yoga and learn about the contrasting and complementary aspects between a Yang and Yin practice, using Vinyasa and Yin styles. Yoga teachers will explore the range of Yang to Yin within selected poses, observing the shift from active holds to restful or challenging passive holds. The workshop aims to ignite your curiosity in, and exploration of, the style of Yin and how to enjoy the benefits of both energies and styles in your practice. Learn more and register here