balance Yoga Teaching Diploma
balance is at the forefront of yoga teaching, having trained many successful teachers now practising in Glasgow and beyond.
This is a modern Yoga Teacher Training course, accredited by Yoga Alliance, emphasising the practical skills required for teaching yoga in today's fast-paced world.
Course director and principal yoga teacher Gerry Kielty, BSc, MSc, has developed a thorough syllabus that sets the highest standards. Gerry teaches alongside specialists in anatomy, physiology and philosophy including Alan MacInnes BSc (hons), DC, MMCA and Maureen Smith SRN HV.
As a balance graduate yoga teacher, I have no hesitation in highly recommending the balance yoga teacher training course. Gerry Kielty the course director and principal yoga teacher, together with the specialist teaching staff in the connected and complimentary disciplines, succeed in setting the highest teaching standards, in what is a best in class, if indeed, not world class, yoga teacher training environment, within a high quality teaching and practice facility at balance.
You will discover an open, friendly and tremendously supportive learning and development environment, creating the right balance of in-depth study, practice and theory, which will at the same time challenge and equip you, to develop and refine your own individual yoga teaching and personal practice, furthering your knowledge and understanding of yoga, as not only a physical discipline, but as science, art and philosophy.
If you are considering the course, I encourage you not to hesitate in beginning to discover your own personal insight and effective teaching skills potential - there is always more
Project Manager & Yoga Teacher
Course 2016 - 2017
- Breath awareness & pranayama
- Relaxation & meditation
Anatomy and Physiology
- Skeletal & muscular body
- The body systems
- Application to Hatha yoga
- Pantajalis Yoga Sutras
- Bhagavad Gita
- Hatha Yoga Pradipika
- Correction & Modifications
- Class & Course Planning
The course will run from 22 May 2016 - 17 September 2017, approx. one Sunday per month as per the dates below.
Sunday 22 May, Sunday 19 June, Sunday 24 July, Sunday 14 August
Sunday 28 August, Sunday 02 October, Sunday 30 October, Sunday 27 November
Sunday 18 December
Sunday 15 January, Sunday 29 January, Sunday 26 February, Sunday 12 March
Sunday 26 March, Sunday 30 April, Sunday 21 May, Sunday 25 June
Sunday 23 July, Sunday 13 August, Sunday 27 August, Sunday 17 September
Applications to be submitted via the link below.