Do you love your regular Yoga class and want to go a bit deeper into your understanding and personal practice of Yoga? If so, this immersive, 60-hour Foundation Course could be ideal for you. The Course provides a thorough grounding in physical postures (asana), breath work (pranayama) mudra (seals), mantra (sound), meditation and relaxation, all within the fascinating history and philosophy of the Yogic Tradition.
The course is structured to allow lots of time to share personal experiences within the group and to discuss and question the different approaches to Yoga that will arise on the course. It is a great interactive experience as well as being an opportunity for personal development.
Some people choose to take the Foundation Course to delve deeper into a topic they love and to enrich their own personal practice. The Course can also be – but doesn’t have to be – a perfect stepping-stone towards becoming a Certified Yoga Teacher e.g. (by taking the British Wheel of Yoga Diploma in Teaching).
The Foundation Course will run for 10 months beginning on Sunday 31st January and ending on Sunday 14th November (with no meeting in August). Each meeting will be on a Sunday from 9.30am-5pm and will include lunch and tea breaks.
You are welcome to attend an Introductory Day to the Foundation Course on Sunday 13 December, 10.00am – 4.30pm to find out more before committing. The date for this will be announced shortly.
Course fees are £600. There is a non-refundable deposit of £100 payable on acceptance to the course. You then have the option of paying the remaining £500 as a lump sum or by monthly instalments of £50. There is an additional BWY registration fee of £60 paid via the course tutor to the BWY and students need to become members of the BWY (cost £37). Membership must be via BWY Central Office or website.
Booking For an application, booking form and teacher reference form please email firstname.lastname@example.org and put BWYFC1 in the subject line
Venue address: The River Room, Halton Mill, Halton, Lancashire, LA26ND www.theriverroom.org.uk