Wear comfortable, stretchy clothing; preferably long pants and a t-shirt.  Bring note-taking materials, water bottle, lunch/snack...read more

Anyone can take the Taster and Level 1 Practitioner Training programs; they are great skills to share with family, friends, yoga students or clients.  Level 2 and all Continuing Education programs are available to those who have completed the Level 1 Practitioner Training program.  These courses are ideal for yoga teachers, fitness professionals and massage practition..read more

If you are already insured as a yoga teacher or body worker, the process is simple and usually no additional cost to add Thai Yoga Massage to your policy. For instance in the case of OAMPS, Thai Yoga Massage is a recognized modality and adding this to your policy is free.  Check with your insurance provider for more information.  If you do not carry insurance as a yoga teache..read more

Check with your governing body, but in the case of the Yoga Australia you can use this course to attain CPD points and even upgrade your membership from Provisional to Full and beyond.  Please check with your governing body to ensure that this course is aligned with their guidelines.  For more information on Yoga Australia CPDs and Membership Upgrades visit the ..read more

Absolutely.  If you are already a certified massage, yoga or fitness professional you can practice after taking Level I, providing your insurance provider has a cover for Thai Massage.  If you do not have prior training, you may need to increase your knowledge and training level through further levels of Thai Yoga Massage, Yoga Teacher Training, or Massage Training.&n..read more

Your courses will be facilitated by Heather Agnew, an internationally recognized senior yoga educator and Thai Yoga Massage instructor.  Heather has more than 10 years experience practicing and teaching Thai Yoga Massage, and has facilitated over 60 successful courses in Canada and Australia.  ..read more