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200 Teacher Training Certificate (2018 SOLD OUT) ‘Teaching   yoga   is   not   about   teaching   YOGA,   it   is   about teaching PEOPLE yoga’. Course    Director    –    Jackie    Quayle    (BWY.Dip,    FCT,    IYN    Yoga Elder) Jackie   has   been   teaching   yoga   for   11   years,   and   practising   for 17   years.   A   British   Wheel   of   Yoga   Foundation   Course   tutor (levels   1   and   2),   as   well   as   a   Yoga   Elder   with   the   IYN,   she   has taught   many   workshops,   teacher   intensives,   and   courses   over the   past   11   years.   She   is   passionate   about   yoga,   but   more   than that,    she    is    passionate    about    people,    and    developing    their dream, or dharma. Guest teachers (TBC) This   course   is   a   200-hour   Independent   Yoga   Network   registered   teaching   certificate,   open   to   applicants   with   a minimum   of   2-3   years   yoga   practice,   preferably   with   a   regular   teacher,   and   acceptance   on   to   the   course   will   be dependent   on   an   open   day/interview,   and   references   (two   will   be   required,   at   least   one   of   them   from   a   yoga teacher). The certification will be from The Yoga Bank, which is an IYN registered yoga school. Of the 200 hours, 180 will be full contact, and run over 24 days, over the course of 12 months: 2018: Feb 10th and 11th March 17th and 18th April 7th and 8th May 12th and 13th June 9th and 10th July 14th and 15th August 11th and 12th September 15th and 16th October 6th and 7th Nov 10th and 11th December 8th and 9th 2019: Jan 12th and 13th. 2   Days   per   month   (one   full   weekend   per   calendar   month),   9.30am   to   5.30pm   Sat   and   Sun   (with   an   hour   for lunch). 180   hours   full   contact,   20   hours   non-contact   (this   will   be   made   up   of   classes,   workshops,   and   retreats,   and   self- study, and needs to be recorded). Cost: £1750.00 ; £500.00 non-refundable deposit, and £125.00 per month over ten months. Aims and Objectives By   the   end   of   the   course   student   teachers   will   be   able   to,   (and   feel   confident   to)   teach   yoga   to   the   public, including   asana,   pranayama,   philosophy,   mantra,   mudras,   meditation,   and   relaxation.   They   will   feel   comfortable and   confident   using   verbal   cues   and   adjustments,   be   able   to   lesson   plan   effectively   and   safely,   and   feel confident in teaching an all level hatha yoga class. They   will   also   be   encouraged   to   begin   or   maintain   a   regular   home   practice,   working   with   svadhyaya   (self- study). Asana (75 hours) Including; Applied   anatomy   and   physiology:   Forward   bends,   Back   bends,   Twists,   Side   bends,   Standing   postures, Seated postures, Inversions, and prone and supine postures Adjustments (verbal cueing and physical hands on adjustments) Warming up, benefits, modifications, counter poses, and cooling down Sanskrit names and meanings Ethics of physical adjustments, and understanding students’ personal space Lesson planning to a ‘Peak Pose’ The   effects   of   stress   on   the   body   (and   an   in-depth   look   at   the   anatomy   of   the   hips),   and   how   to   recognise it in your students History and Philosophy (30 hours) Including: The history and origins of yoga An   in-depth   look   at   the   Hatha   Yoga   Pradipika,   The   Upanishads,   The   Bhagavad   Gita   and   The   Yoga   Sutras of Patanjali The Paths and Styles of yoga How to integrate yoga philosophy into daily life How to teach the basics of yoga philosophy in your yoga classes Pranayama (20 hours) Including: Teaching techniques, modifications, and benefits of: o The Pranic Body, and the Pancha Vayus (5 vital winds) o Basic breathing, and the three-part yogic breath o Ujayi (Victorious breath) o Nadi Shodhana (Alternate nostril breath) o Breath Retention (Antar Khumbaka and Bahya Kumbhaka) o Anuloma Viloma o Brahmari (Humming bee breath) (The student teacher will also be asked to complete a pranayama diary over the 12 months) The remaining hours will be covering: Mudras (seals, hand positions) Kriyas (cleansing techniques, including Bhastrika, Kappalabhati, and Tratakem) The Chakras Relaxation, yoga nidra and its importance in the modern world Meditation Theming lessons Health and safety, and risk assessment Yoga ethics (the importance of boundaries between students and teachers) Certification The   Yoga   Bank   teaching   certificate   will   only   be   given   once   the   student   has   fulfilled   and   obtained   the   following criteria: Minimum 80% attendance over the length of the course Two ten-minute theoretical presentations to the rest of the group Teaching practice; 15-minute   meditation,   30-minute   asana   to   a   peak   pose   (including   modifications,   contraindications,   and benefits), 45-minute class, to include pranayama, asana, and relaxation. A   60-minute   and   a   90-minute   full   class   to   the   ‘public’,   and   these   will   be   assessed   by   at   least   two   teachers from the course, (to include full lesson plan). Each   teaching   practice   or   presentation   will   have   a   full   lesson   plan   accompanying   it,   and   will   be   shared with the rest of the group. Three   essays   over   the   length   of   the   course,   subjects   including   ‘The   Importance   of   Relaxation’,   ‘Meditation from   the   Sutras’,   ‘The   Paths   of   Yoga’,   ‘Integrating   the   Chakras   into   Daily   Life’,   ‘The   Teaching   from   the   Gita’, and will include at least one philosophical study, and one practical. Evidence   of   a   pranayama   diary,   and   20   non-contact   hours   (this   can   be   in   the   form   of   workshops,   retreats, and self-study). A first aid certificate (HSE approved). Public   Liability   Insurance   (this   can   be   obtained   when   you   become   a   member   of   IYN,   and   can   be   done   through them). Summary This course will run alongside the Yoga Bank studio itself (similar to an apprenticeship scheme). The   best   way   to   become   a   good   yoga   teacher   is   to   actually   teach   yoga.      During   the   training   you   will   be   able   to sit   in   and   observe   any   of   the   yoga   classes   at   the   studio,   the   different   styles,   and   teaching   methods,   of   our diverse and experienced teachers. You    can    then    assist    the    yoga    teachers    once    your    confidence    builds,    teaching    either    the    warm    up,    the pranayama, or the relaxation part of the class. We   want   to   nurture   and   encourage   our   future   yoga   teachers,   to   enable   them   to   become   confident   and inspirational yoga teachers, and also to develop the student (new) teachers unique and authentic voice. Upon Completion There   will   be   a   voluntary   mentoring   scheme   in   place   for   all   qualified   Yoga   Bank   teachers,   scheduled   evenings whereby   we   can   discuss   openly   and   safely,   the   trials   and   difficulties   of   teaching,   and   ask   questions   of   our   more experienced teachers/elders. Following the 200 TT there will be modules to add, each one a teaching certification. To   ensure   that   the   Yoga   Bank   teaching   standard   is   kept   up,   10   hours   (points)   minimum   CPD   (Continued Professional Development) will be required annually. More Information For more information or to apply, contact: Jackie Quayle – Jackie@theyogabank.co.uk 07939 568999
40 Hour Yin Teacher Training Certificate 22 & 23 September - 27 & 28 October 2018 ‘This teacher training is suitable for teachers and student yoga teachers. Set   in   our   beautiful   bespoke   yoga   studio   in   Cheshire,   this   Yin   Yoga   intensive   will   give   you   all   of   the   tools   that you   need   to   be   a   confident   yin   yoga   teacher.   The   studio   is   filled   with   props;   sand   bags,   bolsters,   blocks, blankets, eye pillows, and straps, and has a wonderful lounge for lunch and breaks.. Run over two weekends, this intense training will cover all aspects of Yin Yoga. 30 hours full contact and 10 hours homework and practice (to be recorded). A Full Yin Teaching Manual for each student teacher Saturday and Sunday, 10.00 am to 18.30 pm (Hour for Lunch) Weekend 1 Day 1 10.00 - 13.30 The Origins and History of Yin and the 'Yinsters' The SCIENCE behind Yin - Contracture of Ligaments Compression vs Tension Anatomy   of   the   Hip,   Low   back,   and   Pelvis   (this   will   also   be   covered   through   out   the   yin   postures   where applicable) 14.30 - 18.30 The three TATTVAS (Principles) of Yin Yin Postures - Part 1 (A - H) Anahatasana (Melting Heart) to Happy Baby Anatomy o Props o Contraindications o Modifications Homework One piece to be done on Saturday night for Sunday. Day 2 10.00 - 13.30 Yin Postures - Part 2 Reclining Twists to Toe Squats Anatomy o Props o Contraindications o Modifications 14.30 - 18.30 Yin Postures (Continued) Between the Weekends Between   the   two   weekends,   trainees   will   be   expected   to   keep   a   journal   of   a   MINIMUM   weekly   YIN   home practice, and put together 3 short yin sequences, as well as prepare a piece of set homework. Weekend 2 Day 1 Recap of weekend 1 Yin Seqencing Yin Themes Yin Progression Wall Yin Day 2  Class planning and management 'Holding Space' Problems and common issues Yin and meditation Yin and Healing A FINAL complete 90 minute yin lesson plan must be submitted before certification. Certification   will   be   upon   written   homework   and   journals   being   submitted,   and   monitoring   throughout   both weekends, as  well as assessed final lesson plan. Certification   is   from   The   Yoga   Bank   (a   registered   Independent   Yoga   Network   Teaching   School)   and   IYN,   and will be a certificate to teach Yin Yoga. Jackie   is   a   BWY   Foundation   Course   Tutor,   IYN   Yoga   Elder,   and   200   Hour   Yoga   Teacher   Trainer.   Having practised   and   taught   yin   for   over   ten   years,   as   well   as   many   Yin   intensives,   Jackie's   experience   and   passion   for yin is well known! Investment £375.00
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Teacher Training
200 Teacher Training Certificate (2018 SOLD OUT) ‘Teaching yoga is not about teaching YOGA, it is about teaching PEOPLE yoga’. Course Director – Jackie Quayle (BWY.Dip, FCT, IYN Yoga Elder) Jackie   has   been   teaching   yoga   for   11   years,   and   practising   for   17   years.   A   British   Wheel   of   Yoga Foundation   Course   tutor   (levels   1   and   2),   as   well   as   a   Yoga   Elder   with   the   IYN,   she   has   taught many   workshops,   teacher   intensives,   and   courses   over   the   past   11   years.   She   is   passionate   about yoga,    but    more    than    that,    she    is    passionate    about    people,    and    developing    their    dream,    or dharma. Guest teachers (TBC) This   course   is   a   200-hour   Independent   Yoga   Network   registered   teaching   certificate,   open   to applicants   with   a   minimum   of   2-3   years   yoga   practice,   preferably   with   a   regular   teacher,   and   acceptance   on   to   the   course   will   be   dependent   on   an open day/interview, and references (two will be required, at least one of them from a yoga teacher). The certification will be from The Yoga Bank, which is an IYN registered yoga school. Of the 200 hours, 180 will be full contact, and run over 24 days, over the course of 12 months: 2018: Feb 10th and 11th March 17th and 18th April 7th and 8th May 12th and 13th June 9th and 10th July 14th and 15th August 11th and 12th September 15th and 16th October 6th and 7th Nov 10th and 11th December 8th and 9th 2019: Jan 12th and 13th. 2 Days per month (one full weekend per calendar month), 9.30am to 5.30pm Sat and Sun (with an hour for lunch). 180 hours full contact, 20 hours non-contact (this will be made up of classes, workshops, and retreats, and self-study, and needs to be recorded). Cost: £1750.00 ; £500.00 non-refundable deposit, and £125.00 per month over ten months. Aims and Objectives By   the   end   of   the   course   student   teachers   will   be   able   to,   (and   feel   confident   to)   teach   yoga   to   the   public,   including   asana,   pranayama,   philosophy, mantra,   mudras,   meditation,   and   relaxation.   They   will   feel   comfortable   and   confident   using   verbal   cues   and   adjustments,   be   able   to   lesson   plan effectively and safely, and feel confident in teaching an all level hatha yoga class. They will also be encouraged to begin or maintain a regular home practice, working with svadhyaya (self-study). Asana (75 hours) Including; Applied   anatomy   and   physiology:   Forward   bends,   Back   bends,   Twists,   Side   bends,   Standing   postures,   Seated   postures,   Inversions,   and   prone and supine postures Adjustments (verbal cueing and physical hands on adjustments) Warming up, benefits, modifications, counter poses, and cooling down Sanskrit names and meanings Ethics of physical adjustments, and understanding students’ personal space Lesson planning to a ‘Peak Pose’ The effects of stress on the body (and an in-depth look at the anatomy of the hips), and how to recognise it in your students History and Philosophy (30 hours) Including: The history and origins of yoga An in-depth look at the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, The Upanishads, The Bhagavad Gita and The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali The Paths and Styles of yoga How to integrate yoga philosophy into daily life How to teach the basics of yoga philosophy in your yoga classes Pranayama (20 hours) Including: Teaching techniques, modifications, and benefits of: o The Pranic Body, and the Pancha Vayus (5 vital winds) o Basic breathing, and the three-part yogic breath o Ujayi (Victorious breath) o Nadi Shodhana (Alternate nostril breath) o Breath Retention (Antar Khumbaka and Bahya Kumbhaka) o Anuloma Viloma o Brahmari (Humming bee breath) (The student teacher will also be asked to complete a pranayama diary over the 12 months) The remaining hours will be covering: Mudras (seals, hand positions) Kriyas (cleansing techniques, including Bhastrika, Kappalabhati, and Tratakem) The Chakras Relaxation, yoga nidra and its importance in the modern world Meditation Theming lessons Health and safety, and risk assessment Yoga ethics (the importance of boundaries between students and teachers) Certification The Yoga Bank teaching certificate will only be given once the student has fulfilled and obtained the following criteria: Minimum 80% attendance over the length of the course Two ten-minute theoretical presentations to the rest of the group Teaching practice; 15-minute   meditation,   30-minute   asana   to   a   peak   pose   (including   modifications,   contraindications,   and   benefits),   45-minute   class,   to   include pranayama, asana, and relaxation. A   60-minute   and   a   90-minute   full   class   to   the   ‘public’,   and   these   will   be   assessed   by   at   least   two   teachers   from   the   course,   (to   include   full lesson plan). Each teaching practice or presentation will have a full lesson plan accompanying it, and will be shared with the rest of the group. Three   essays   over   the   length   of   the   course,   subjects   including   ‘The   Importance   of   Relaxation’,   ‘Meditation   from   the   Sutras’,   ‘The   Paths   of Yoga’,   ‘Integrating   the   Chakras   into   Daily   Life’,   ‘The   Teaching   from   the   Gita’,   and   will   include   at   least   one   philosophical   study,   and   one practical. Evidence of a pranayama diary, and 20 non-contact hours (this can be in the form of workshops, retreats, and self-study). A first aid certificate (HSE approved). Public Liability Insurance (this can be obtained when you become a member of IYN, and can be done through them). Summary This course will run alongside the Yoga Bank studio itself (similar to an apprenticeship scheme). The   best   way   to   become   a   good   yoga   teacher   is   to   actually   teach   yoga.      During   the   training   you   will   be   able   to   sit   in   and   observe   any   of   the   yoga classes at the studio, the different styles, and teaching methods, of our diverse and experienced teachers. You   can   then   assist   the   yoga   teachers   once   your   confidence   builds,   teaching   either   the   warm   up,   the   pranayama,   or   the   relaxation   part   of   the class. We   want   to   nurture   and   encourage   our   future   yoga   teachers,   to   enable   them   to   become   confident   and   inspirational   yoga   teachers,   and   also   to develop the student (new) teachers unique and authentic voice. Upon Completion There   will   be   a   voluntary   mentoring   scheme   in   place   for   all   qualified   Yoga   Bank   teachers,   scheduled   evenings   whereby   we   can   discuss   openly   and safely, the trials and difficulties of teaching, and ask questions of our more experienced teachers/elders. Following the 200 TT there will be modules to add, each one a teaching certification. To   ensure   that   the   Yoga   Bank   teaching   standard   is   kept   up,   10   hours   (points)   minimum   CPD   (Continued   Professional   Development)   will   be required annually. More Information For more information or to apply, contact: Jackie Quayle – Jackie@theyogabank.co.uk 07939 568999
40 Hour Yin Teacher Training Certificate 22 & 23 September - 27 & 28 October 2018 ‘This teacher training is suitable for teachers and student yoga teachers. Set    in    our    beautiful    bespoke    yoga    studio    in    Cheshire,    this    Yin    Yoga intensive   will   give   you   all   of   the   tools   that   you   need   to   be   a   confident   yin yoga   teacher.   The   studio   is   filled   with   props;   sand   bags,   bolsters,   blocks, blankets,   eye   pillows,   and   straps,   and   has   a   wonderful   lounge   for   lunch and breaks.. Run   over   two   weekends,   this   intense   training   will   cover   all   aspects   of   Yin Yoga. 30    hours    full    contact    and    10    hours    homework    and    practice    (to    be recorded). A Full Yin Teaching Manual for each student teacher Saturday and Sunday, 10.00 am to 18.30 pm (Hour for Lunch) Weekend 1 Day 1 10.00 - 13.30 The Origins and History of Yin and the 'Yinsters' The SCIENCE behind Yin - Contracture of Ligaments Compression vs Tension Anatomy of the Hip, Low back, and Pelvis (this will also be covered through out the yin postures where applicable) 14.30 - 18.30 The three TATTVAS (Principles) of Yin Yin Postures - Part 1 (A - H) Anahatasana (Melting Heart) to Happy Baby Anatomy o Props o Contraindications o Modifications Homework One piece to be done on Saturday night for Sunday. Day 2 10.00 - 13.30 Yin Postures - Part 2 Reclining Twists to Toe Squats Anatomy o Props o Contraindications o Modifications 14.30 - 18.30 Yin Postures (Continued) Between the Weekends Between   the   two   weekends,   trainees   will   be   expected   to   keep   a   journal   of   a   MINIMUM   weekly   YIN   home   practice,   and   put   together   3   short   yin sequences, as well as prepare a piece of set homework. Weekend 2 Day 1 Recap of weekend 1 Yin Seqencing Yin Themes Yin Progression Wall Yin Day 2  Class planning and management 'Holding Space' Problems and common issues Yin and meditation Yin and Healing A FINAL complete 90 minute yin lesson plan must be submitted before certification. Certification   will   be   upon   written   homework   and   journals   being   submitted,   and   monitoring   throughout   both   weekends,   as      well   as   assessed   final lesson plan. Certification   is   from   The   Yoga   Bank   (a   registered   Independent   Yoga   Network   Teaching   School)   and   IYN,   and   will   be   a   certificate   to   teach   Yin Yoga. Jackie   is   a   BWY   Foundation   Course   Tutor,   IYN   Yoga   Elder,   and   200   Hour   Yoga   Teacher   Trainer.   Having   practised   and   taught   yin   for   over   ten   years, as well as many Yin intensives, Jackie's experience and passion for yin is well known! Investment £375.00
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Teacher Training
200 Teacher Training Certificate (2018 SOLD OUT) ‘Teaching     yoga     is     not     about     teaching YOGA, it is about teaching PEOPLE yoga’. Course    Director    –    Jackie    Quayle    (BWY.Dip, FCT, IYN Yoga Elder) Jackie   has   been   teaching   yoga   for   11   years, and   practising   for   17   years.   A   British   Wheel   of Yoga   Foundation   Course   tutor   (levels   1   and   2), as   well   as   a   Yoga   Elder   with   the   IYN,   she   has taught   many   workshops,   teacher   intensives, and    courses    over    the    past    11    years.    She    is passionate    about    yoga,    but    more    than    that,    she    is    passionate    about    people,    and developing their dream, or dharma. Guest teachers (TBC) This   course   is   a   200-hour   Independent   Yoga   Network   registered   teaching   certificate, open   to   applicants   with   a   minimum   of   2-3   years   yoga   practice,   preferably   with   a   regular teacher,   and   acceptance   on   to   the   course   will   be   dependent   on   an   open   day/interview, and references (two will be required, at least one of them from a yoga teacher). The certification will be from The Yoga Bank, which is an IYN registered yoga school. Of   the   200   hours,   180   will   be   full   contact,   and   run   over   24   days,   over   the   course   of   12 months: 2018: Feb 10th and 11th March 17th and 18th April 7th and 8th May 12th and 13th June 9th and 10th July 14th and 15th August 11th and 12th September 15th and 16th October 6th and 7th Nov 10th and 11th December 8th and 9th 2019: Jan 12th and 13th. 2   Days   per   month   (one   full   weekend   per   calendar   month),   9.30am   to   5.30pm   Sat   and   Sun (with an hour for lunch). 180   hours   full   contact,   20   hours   non-contact   (this   will   be   made   up   of   classes,   workshops, and retreats, and self-study, and needs to be recorded). Cost:    £1750.00    ;    £500.00    non-refundable    deposit,    and    £125.00    per    month    over    ten months. Aims and Objectives By   the   end   of   the   course   student   teachers   will   be   able   to,   (and   feel   confident   to)   teach yoga   to   the   public,   including   asana,   pranayama,   philosophy,   mantra,   mudras,   meditation, and    relaxation.    They    will    feel    comfortable    and    confident    using    verbal    cues    and adjustments,   be   able   to   lesson   plan   effectively   and   safely,   and   feel   confident   in   teaching an all level hatha yoga class. They   will   also   be   encouraged   to   begin   or   maintain   a   regular   home   practice,   working   with svadhyaya (self-study). Asana (75 hours) Including; Applied   anatomy   and   physiology:   Forward   bends,   Back   bends,   Twists,   Side   bends, Standing postures, Seated postures, Inversions, and prone and supine postures Adjustments (verbal cueing and physical hands on adjustments) Warming up, benefits, modifications, counter poses, and cooling down Sanskrit names and meanings Ethics of physical adjustments, and understanding students’ personal space Lesson planning to a ‘Peak Pose’ The   effects   of   stress   on   the   body   (and   an   in-depth   look   at   the   anatomy   of   the   hips), and how to recognise it in your students History and Philosophy (30 hours) Including: The history and origins of yoga An   in-depth   look   at   the   Hatha   Yoga   Pradipika,   The   Upanishads,   The   Bhagavad   Gita and The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali The Paths and Styles of yoga How to integrate yoga philosophy into daily life How to teach the basics of yoga philosophy in your yoga classes Pranayama (20 hours) Including: Teaching techniques, modifications, and benefits of: o The Pranic Body, and the Pancha Vayus (5 vital winds) o Basic breathing, and the three-part yogic breath o Ujayi (Victorious breath) o Nadi Shodhana (Alternate nostril breath) o Breath Retention (Antar Khumbaka and Bahya Kumbhaka) o Anuloma Viloma o Brahmari (Humming bee breath) (The   student   teacher   will   also   be   asked   to   complete   a   pranayama   diary   over   the   12 months) The remaining hours will be covering: Mudras (seals, hand positions) Kriyas (cleansing techniques, including Bhastrika, Kappalabhati, and Tratakem) The Chakras Relaxation, yoga nidra and its importance in the modern world Meditation Theming lessons Health and safety, and risk assessment Yoga ethics (the importance of boundaries between students and teachers) Certification The   Yoga   Bank   teaching   certificate   will   only   be   given   once   the   student   has   fulfilled   and obtained the following criteria: Minimum 80% attendance over the length of the course Two ten-minute theoretical presentations to the rest of the group Teaching practice; 15-minute   meditation,   30-minute   asana   to   a   peak   pose   (including   modifications, contraindications,   and   benefits),   45-minute   class,   to   include   pranayama,   asana,   and relaxation. A   60-minute   and   a   90-minute   full   class   to   the   ‘public’,   and   these   will   be   assessed   by at least two teachers from the course, (to include full lesson plan). Each   teaching   practice   or   presentation   will   have   a   full   lesson   plan   accompanying   it, and will be shared with the rest of the group. Three   essays   over   the   length   of   the   course,   subjects   including   ‘The   Importance   of Relaxation’,    ‘Meditation    from    the    Sutras’,    ‘The    Paths    of    Yoga’,    ‘Integrating    the Chakras   into   Daily   Life’,   ‘The   Teaching   from   the   Gita’,   and   will   include   at   least   one philosophical study, and one practical. Evidence   of   a   pranayama   diary,   and   20   non-contact   hours   (this   can   be   in   the   form   of workshops, retreats, and self-study). A first aid certificate (HSE approved). Public   Liability   Insurance   (this   can   be   obtained   when   you   become   a   member   of   IYN,   and can be done through them). Summary This   course   will   run   alongside   the   Yoga   Bank   studio   itself   (similar   to   an   apprenticeship scheme). The   best   way   to   become   a   good   yoga   teacher   is   to   actually   teach   yoga.      During   the training   you   will   be   able   to   sit   in   and   observe   any   of   the   yoga   classes   at   the   studio,   the different styles, and teaching methods, of our diverse and experienced teachers. You   can   then   assist   the   yoga   teachers   once   your   confidence   builds,   teaching   either   the warm up, the pranayama, or the relaxation part of the class. We   want   to   nurture   and   encourage   our   future   yoga   teachers,   to   enable   them   to   become confident    and    inspirational    yoga    teachers,    and    also    to    develop    the    student    (new) teachers unique and authentic voice. Upon Completion There   will   be   a   voluntary   mentoring   scheme   in   place   for   all   qualified   Yoga   Bank   teachers, scheduled   evenings   whereby   we   can   discuss   openly   and   safely,   the   trials   and   difficulties of teaching, and ask questions of our more experienced teachers/elders. Following the 200 TT there will be modules to add, each one a teaching certification. To   ensure   that   the   Yoga   Bank   teaching   standard   is   kept   up,   10   hours   (points)   minimum CPD (Continued Professional Development) will be required annually. More Information For more information or to apply, contact: Jackie Quayle – Jackie@theyogabank.co.uk 07939 568999
40 Hour Yin Teacher Training Certificate 22 & 23 September - 27 & 28 October 2018 ‘This teacher training is suitable for teachers and student yoga teachers. Set   in   our   beautiful   bespoke   yoga   studio   in   Cheshire,   this   Yin   Yoga   intensive   will   give   you all   of   the   tools   that   you   need   to   be   a   confident   yin   yoga   teacher.   The   studio   is   filled   with props;   sand   bags,   bolsters,   blocks,   blankets,   eye   pillows,   and   straps,   and   has   a   wonderful lounge for lunch and breaks.. Run over two weekends, this intense training will cover all aspects of Yin Yoga. 30 hours full contact and 10 hours homework and practice (to be recorded). A Full Yin Teaching Manual for each student teacher Saturday and Sunday, 10.00 am to 18.30 pm (Hour for Lunch) Weekend 1 Day 1 10.00 - 13.30 The Origins and History of Yin and the 'Yinsters' The SCIENCE behind Yin - Contracture of Ligaments Compression vs Tension Anatomy   of   the   Hip,   Low   back,   and   Pelvis   (this   will   also   be   covered   through   out   the yin postures where applicable) 14.30 - 18.30 The three TATTVAS (Principles) of Yin Yin Postures - Part 1 (A - H) Anahatasana (Melting Heart) to Happy Baby Anatomy o Props o Contraindications o Modifications Homework One piece to be done on Saturday night for Sunday. Day 2 10.00 - 13.30 Yin Postures - Part 2 Reclining Twists to Toe Squats Anatomy o Props o Contraindications o Modifications 14.30 - 18.30 Yin Postures (Continued) Between the Weekends Between   the   two   weekends,   trainees   will   be   expected   to   keep   a   journal   of   a   MINIMUM weekly   YIN   home   practice,   and   put   together   3   short   yin   sequences,   as   well   as   prepare   a piece of set homework. Weekend 2 Day 1 Recap of weekend 1 Yin Seqencing Yin Themes Yin Progression Wall Yin Day 2  Class planning and management 'Holding Space' Problems and common issues Yin and meditation Yin and Healing A FINAL complete 90 minute yin lesson plan must be submitted before certification. Certification    will    be    upon    written    homework    and    journals    being    submitted,    and monitoring throughout both weekends, as  well as assessed final lesson plan. Certification   is   from   The   Yoga   Bank   (a   registered   Independent   Yoga   Network   Teaching School) and IYN, and will be a certificate to teach Yin Yoga. Jackie   is   a   BWY   Foundation   Course   Tutor,   IYN   Yoga   Elder,   and   200   Hour   Yoga   Teacher Trainer.    Having    practised    and    taught    yin    for    over    ten    years,    as    well    as    many    Yin intensives, Jackie's experience and passion for yin is well known! Investment £375.00
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200 Teacher Training Certificate (2018 SOLD OUT) ‘Teaching   yoga   is   not   about teaching   YOGA,   it   is   about teaching PEOPLE yoga’. Course      Director      –      Jackie Quayle    (BWY.Dip,    FCT,    IYN Yoga Elder) Jackie     has     been     teaching yoga   for   11   years,   and   practising   for   17   years.   A   British   Wheel of   Yoga   Foundation   Course   tutor   (levels   1   and   2),   as   well   as a   Yoga   Elder   with   the   IYN,   she   has   taught   many   workshops, teacher   intensives,   and   courses   over   the   past   11   years.   She is    passionate    about    yoga,    but    more    than    that,    she    is passionate   about   people,   and   developing   their   dream,   or dharma. Guest teachers (TBC) This    course    is    a    200-hour    Independent    Yoga    Network registered   teaching   certificate,   open   to   applicants   with   a minimum    of    2-3    years    yoga    practice,    preferably    with    a regular   teacher,   and   acceptance   on   to   the   course   will   be dependent   on   an   open   day/interview,   and   references   (two will be required, at least one of them from a yoga teacher). The   certification   will   be   from   The   Yoga   Bank,   which   is   an IYN registered yoga school. Of   the   200   hours,   180   will   be   full   contact,   and   run   over   24 days, over the course of 12 months: 2018: Feb 10th and 11th March 17th and 18th April 7th and 8th May 12th and 13th June 9th and 10th July 14th and 15th August 11th and 12th September 15th and 16th October 6th and 7th Nov 10th and 11th December 8th and 9th 2019: Jan 12th and 13th. 2   Days   per   month   (one   full   weekend   per   calendar   month), 9.30am to 5.30pm Sat and Sun (with an hour for lunch). 180   hours   full   contact,   20   hours   non-contact   (this   will   be made    up    of    classes,    workshops,    and    retreats,    and    self- study, and needs to be recorded). Cost:    £1750.00    ;    £500.00    non-refundable    deposit,    and £125.00 per month over ten months. Aims and Objectives By   the   end   of   the   course   student   teachers   will   be   able   to, (and   feel   confident   to)   teach   yoga   to   the   public,   including asana,   pranayama,   philosophy,   mantra,   mudras,   meditation, and    relaxation.    They    will    feel    comfortable    and    confident using   verbal   cues   and   adjustments,   be   able   to   lesson   plan effectively   and   safely,   and   feel   confident   in   teaching   an   all level hatha yoga class. They   will   also   be   encouraged   to   begin   or   maintain   a   regular home practice, working with svadhyaya (self-study). Asana (75 hours) Including; Applied   anatomy   and   physiology:   Forward   bends,   Back bends,   Twists,   Side   bends,   Standing   postures,   Seated postures, Inversions, and prone and supine postures Adjustments    (verbal    cueing    and    physical    hands    on adjustments) Warming    up,    benefits,    modifications,    counter    poses, and cooling down Sanskrit names and meanings Ethics    of    physical    adjustments,    and    understanding students’ personal space Lesson planning to a ‘Peak Pose’ The   effects   of   stress   on   the   body   (and   an   in-depth look     at     the     anatomy     of     the     hips),     and     how     to recognise it in your students History and Philosophy (30 hours) Including: The history and origins of yoga An   in-depth   look   at   the   Hatha   Yoga   Pradipika,   The Upanishads,   The   Bhagavad   Gita   and   The   Yoga   Sutras of Patanjali The Paths and Styles of yoga How to integrate yoga philosophy into daily life How   to   teach   the   basics   of   yoga   philosophy   in   your yoga classes Pranayama (20 hours) Including: Teaching techniques, modifications, and benefits of: o The   Pranic   Body,   and   the   Pancha   Vayus   (5   vital winds) o Basic breathing, and the three-part yogic breath o Ujayi (Victorious breath) o Nadi Shodhana (Alternate nostril breath) o Breath    Retention    (Antar    Khumbaka    and    Bahya Kumbhaka) o Anuloma Viloma o Brahmari (Humming bee breath) (The    student    teacher    will    also    be    asked    to    complete    a pranayama diary over the 12 months) The remaining hours will be covering: Mudras (seals, hand positions) Kriyas     (cleansing     techniques,     including     Bhastrika, Kappalabhati, and Tratakem) The Chakras Relaxation,    yoga    nidra    and    its    importance    in    the modern world Meditation Theming lessons Health and safety, and risk assessment Yoga   ethics   (the   importance   of   boundaries   between students and teachers) Certification The   Yoga   Bank   teaching   certificate   will   only   be   given   once the student has fulfilled and obtained the following criteria: Minimum    80%    attendance    over    the    length    of    the course Two   ten-minute   theoretical   presentations   to   the   rest of the group Teaching practice; 15-minute   meditation,   30-minute   asana   to   a   peak   pose (including       modifications,       contraindications,       and benefits),     45-minute     class,     to     include     pranayama, asana, and relaxation. A   60-minute   and   a   90-minute   full   class   to   the   ‘public’, and   these   will   be   assessed   by   at   least   two   teachers from the course, (to include full lesson plan). Each   teaching   practice   or   presentation   will   have   a   full lesson   plan   accompanying   it,   and   will   be   shared   with the rest of the group. Three   essays   over   the   length   of   the   course,   subjects including   ‘The   Importance   of   Relaxation’,   ‘Meditation from   the   Sutras’,   ‘The   Paths   of   Yoga’,   ‘Integrating   the Chakras   into   Daily   Life’,   ‘The   Teaching   from   the   Gita’, and   will   include   at   least   one   philosophical   study,   and one practical. Evidence   of   a   pranayama   diary,   and   20   non-contact hours   (this   can   be   in   the   form   of   workshops,   retreats, and self-study). A first aid certificate (HSE approved). Public   Liability   Insurance   (this   can   be   obtained   when   you become a member of IYN, and can be done through them). Summary This   course   will   run   alongside   the   Yoga   Bank   studio   itself (similar to an apprenticeship scheme). The   best   way   to   become   a   good   yoga   teacher   is   to   actually teach   yoga.      During   the   training   you   will   be   able   to   sit   in and    observe    any    of    the    yoga    classes    at    the    studio,    the different   styles,   and   teaching   methods,   of   our   diverse   and experienced teachers. You     can     then     assist     the     yoga     teachers     once     your confidence     builds,     teaching     either     the     warm     up,     the pranayama, or the relaxation part of the class. We    want    to    nurture    and    encourage    our    future    yoga teachers,     to     enable     them     to     become     confident     and inspirational   yoga   teachers,   and   also   to   develop   the   student (new) teachers unique and authentic voice. Upon Completion There   will   be   a   voluntary   mentoring   scheme   in   place   for   all qualified   Yoga   Bank   teachers,   scheduled   evenings   whereby we   can   discuss   openly   and   safely,   the   trials   and   difficulties of   teaching,   and   ask   questions   of   our   more   experienced teachers/elders. Following   the   200   TT   there   will   be   modules   to   add,   each one a teaching certification. To   ensure   that   the   Yoga   Bank   teaching   standard   is   kept   up, 10    hours    (points)    minimum    CPD    (Continued    Professional Development) will be required annually. More Information For more information or to apply, contact: Jackie Quayle – Jackie@theyogabank.co.uk 07939 568999
Teacher Training
40 Hour Yin Teacher Training Certificate 22 & 23 September - 27 & 28 October 2018 ‘This   teacher   training   is   suitable   for   teachers   and   student yoga teachers. Set   in   our   beautiful   bespoke   yoga   studio   in   Cheshire,   this Yin   Yoga   intensive   will   give   you   all   of   the   tools   that   you need   to   be   a   confident   yin   yoga   teacher.   The   studio   is   filled with    props;    sand    bags,    bolsters,    blocks,    blankets,    eye pillows,   and   straps,   and   has   a   wonderful   lounge   for   lunch and breaks.. Run   over   two   weekends,   this   intense   training   will   cover   all aspects of Yin Yoga. 30   hours   full   contact   and   10   hours   homework   and   practice (to be recorded). A Full Yin Teaching Manual for each student teacher Saturday    and    Sunday,    10.00    am    to    18.30    pm    (Hour    for Lunch) Weekend 1 Day 1 10.00 - 13.30 The Origins and History of Yin and the 'Yinsters' The SCIENCE behind Yin - Contracture of Ligaments Compression vs Tension Anatomy   of   the   Hip,   Low   back,   and   Pelvis   (this   will also   be   covered   through   out   the   yin   postures   where applicable) 14.30 - 18.30 The three TATTVAS (Principles) of Yin Yin Postures - Part 1 (A - H) Anahatasana (Melting Heart) to Happy Baby Anatomy o Props o Contraindications o Modifications Homework One piece to be done on Saturday night for Sunday. Day 2 10.00 - 13.30 Yin Postures - Part 2 Reclining Twists to Toe Squats Anatomy o Props o Contraindications o Modifications 14.30 - 18.30 Yin Postures (Continued) Between the Weekends Between   the   two   weekends,   trainees   will   be   expected   to keep   a   journal   of   a   MINIMUM   weekly   YIN   home   practice, and   put   together   3   short   yin   sequences,   as   well   as   prepare a piece of set homework. Weekend 2 Day 1 Recap of weekend 1 Yin Seqencing Yin Themes Yin Progression Wall Yin Day 2  Class planning and management 'Holding Space' Problems and common issues Yin and meditation Yin and Healing A    FINAL    complete    90    minute    yin    lesson    plan    must    be submitted before certification. Certification   will   be   upon   written   homework   and   journals being      submitted,      and      monitoring      throughout      both weekends, as  well as assessed final lesson plan. Certification     is     from     The     Yoga     Bank     (a     registered Independent   Yoga   Network   Teaching   School)   and   IYN,   and will be a certificate to teach Yin Yoga. Jackie   is   a   BWY   Foundation   Course   Tutor,   IYN   Yoga   Elder, and   200   Hour   Yoga   Teacher   Trainer.   Having   practised   and taught    yin    for    over    ten    years,    as    well    as    many    Yin intensives,   Jackie's   experience   and   passion   for   yin   is   well known! Investment £375.00
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200 Teacher Training Certificate (2018 SOLD OUT) ‘Teaching      yoga      is      not      about teaching   YOGA,   it   is   about   teaching PEOPLE yoga’. Course     Director     –     Jackie     Quayle (BWY.Dip, FCT, IYN Yoga Elder) Jackie   has   been   teaching   yoga   for   11 years,   and   practising   for   17   years.   A British    Wheel    of    Yoga    Foundation Course   tutor   (levels   1   and   2),   as   well   as a   Yoga   Elder   with   the   IYN,   she   has taught      many      workshops,      teacher intensives,   and   courses   over   the   past 11     years.     She     is     passionate     about yoga,    but    more    than    that,    she    is passionate        about        people,        and developing their dream, or dharma. Guest teachers (TBC) This        course        is        a        200-hour Independent            Yoga            Network registered    teaching    certificate,    open to   applicants   with   a   minimum   of   2-3 years   yoga   practice,   preferably   with   a regular    teacher,    and    acceptance    on to   the   course   will   be   dependent   on   an open    day/interview,    and    references (two   will   be   required,   at   least   one   of them from a yoga teacher). The    certification    will    be    from    The Yoga   Bank,   which   is   an   IYN   registered yoga school. Of    the    200    hours,    180    will    be    full contact,   and   run   over   24   days,   over the course of 12 months: 2018: Feb 10th and 11th March 17th and 18th April 7th and 8th May 12th and 13th June 9th and 10th July 14th and 15th August 11th and 12th September 15th and 16th October 6th and 7th Nov 10th and 11th December 8th and 9th 2019: Jan 12th and 13th. 2   Days   per   month   (one   full   weekend per     calendar     month),     9.30am     to 5.30pm   Sat   and   Sun   (with   an   hour   for lunch). 180   hours   full   contact,   20   hours   non- contact    (this    will    be    made    up    of classes,   workshops,   and   retreats,   and self-study, and needs to be recorded). Cost:      £1750.00      ;      £500.00      non- refundable    deposit,    and    £125.00    per month over ten months. Aims and Objectives By    the    end    of    the    course    student teachers    will    be    able    to,    (and    feel confident     to)     teach     yoga     to     the public,    including    asana,    pranayama, philosophy,           mantra,           mudras, meditation,   and   relaxation.   They   will feel   comfortable   and   confident   using verbal   cues   and   adjustments,   be   able to   lesson   plan   effectively   and   safely, and   feel   confident   in   teaching   an   all level hatha yoga class. They   will   also   be   encouraged   to   begin or   maintain   a   regular   home   practice, working with svadhyaya (self-study). Asana (75 hours) Including; Applied             anatomy             and physiology:   Forward   bends,   Back bends,       Twists,       Side       bends, Standing        postures,        Seated postures,   Inversions,   and   prone and supine postures Adjustments   (verbal   cueing   and physical hands on adjustments) Warming            up,            benefits, modifications,      counter      poses, and cooling down Sanskrit names and meanings Ethics    of    physical    adjustments, and      understanding      students’ personal space Lesson planning to a ‘Peak Pose’ The    effects    of    stress    on    the body    (and    an    in-depth    look    at the    anatomy    of    the    hips),    and how     to     recognise     it     in     your students History and Philosophy (30 hours) Including: The history and origins of yoga An    in-depth    look    at    the    Hatha Yoga   Pradipika,   The   Upanishads, The     Bhagavad     Gita     and     The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali The Paths and Styles of yoga How         to         integrate         yoga philosophy into daily life How   to   teach   the   basics   of   yoga philosophy in your yoga classes Pranayama (20 hours) Including: Teaching                       techniques, modifications, and benefits of: o The    Pranic    Body,    and    the Pancha      Vayus      (5      vital winds) o Basic     breathing,     and     the three-part yogic breath o Ujayi (Victorious breath) o Nadi    Shodhana    (Alternate nostril breath) o Breath      Retention      (Antar Khumbaka       and       Bahya Kumbhaka) o Anuloma Viloma o Brahmari     (Humming     bee breath) (The    student    teacher    will    also    be asked   to   complete   a   pranayama   diary over the 12 months) The remaining hours will be covering: Mudras (seals, hand positions) Kriyas      (cleansing      techniques, including                          Bhastrika, Kappalabhati, and Tratakem) The Chakras Relaxation,    yoga    nidra    and    its importance in the modern world Meditation Theming lessons Health     and     safety,     and     risk assessment Yoga   ethics   (the   importance   of boundaries     between     students and teachers) Certification The    Yoga    Bank    teaching    certificate will   only   be   given   once   the   student has      fulfilled      and      obtained      the following criteria: Minimum   80%   attendance   over the length of the course Two       ten-minute       theoretical presentations   to   the   rest   of   the group Teaching practice; 15-minute   meditation,   30-minute asana   to   a   peak   pose   (including modifications,    contraindications, and    benefits),    45-minute    class, to     include     pranayama,     asana, and relaxation. A    60-minute    and    a    90-minute full    class    to    the    ‘public’,    and these    will    be    assessed    by    at least     two     teachers     from     the course,    (to    include    full    lesson plan). Each       teaching       practice       or presentation     will     have     a     full lesson     plan     accompanying     it, and   will   be   shared   with   the   rest of the group. Three   essays   over   the   length   of the    course,    subjects    including ‘The    Importance    of    Relaxation’, ‘Meditation     from     the     Sutras’, ‘The   Paths   of   Yoga’,   ‘Integrating the   Chakras   into   Daily   Life’,   ‘The Teaching   from   the   Gita’,   and   will include          at          least          one philosophical     study,     and     one practical. Evidence   of   a   pranayama   diary, and   20   non-contact   hours   (this can   be   in   the   form   of   workshops, retreats, and self-study). A      first      aid      certificate      (HSE approved). Public   Liability   Insurance   (this   can   be obtained      when      you      become      a member    of    IYN,    and    can    be    done through them). Summary This    course    will    run    alongside    the Yoga   Bank   studio   itself   (similar   to   an apprenticeship scheme). The   best   way   to   become   a   good   yoga teacher    is    to    actually    teach    yoga.      During   the   training   you   will   be   able   to sit    in    and    observe    any    of    the    yoga classes    at    the    studio,    the    different styles,   and   teaching   methods,   of   our diverse and experienced teachers. You      can      then      assist      the      yoga teachers   once   your   confidence   builds, teaching    either    the    warm    up,    the pranayama,   or   the   relaxation   part   of the class. We    want    to    nurture    and    encourage our   future   yoga   teachers,   to   enable them      to      become      confident      and inspirational   yoga   teachers,   and   also to       develop       the       student       (new) teachers unique and authentic voice. Upon Completion There   will   be   a   voluntary   mentoring scheme   in   place   for   all   qualified   Yoga Bank    teachers,    scheduled    evenings whereby   we   can   discuss   openly   and safely,    the    trials    and    difficulties    of teaching,    and    ask    questions    of    our more experienced teachers/elders. Following    the    200    TT    there    will    be modules   to   add,   each   one   a   teaching certification. To     ensure     that     the     Yoga     Bank teaching   standard   is   kept   up,   10   hours (points)     minimum     CPD     (Continued Professional     Development)     will     be required annually. More Information For more information or to apply, contact: Jackie Quayle – Jackie@theyogabank.co.uk 07939 568999
Teacher Training
40 Hour Yin Teacher Training Certificate 22 & 23 September - 27 & 28 October 2018 ‘This    teacher    training    is    suitable    for teachers and student yoga teachers. Set    in    our    beautiful    bespoke    yoga studio     in     Cheshire,     this     Yin     Yoga intensive   will   give   you   all   of   the   tools that   you   need   to   be   a   confident   yin yoga   teacher.   The   studio   is   filled   with props;    sand    bags,    bolsters,    blocks, blankets,   eye   pillows,   and   straps,   and has   a   wonderful   lounge   for   lunch   and breaks.. Run   over   two   weekends,   this   intense training   will   cover   all   aspects   of   Yin Yoga. 30    hours    full    contact    and    10    hours homework      and      practice      (to      be recorded). A   Full   Yin   Teaching   Manual   for   each student teacher Saturday    and    Sunday,    10.00    am    to 18.30 pm (Hour for Lunch) Weekend 1 Day 1 10.00 - 13.30 The   Origins   and   History   of   Yin and the 'Yinsters' The      SCIENCE      behind      Yin      - Contracture of Ligaments Compression vs Tension Anatomy   of   the   Hip,   Low   back, and     Pelvis     (this     will     also     be covered     through     out     the     yin postures where applicable) 14.30 - 18.30 The   three   TATTVAS   (Principles) of Yin Yin Postures - Part 1 (A - H) Anahatasana   (Melting   Heart)   to Happy Baby Anatomy o Props o Contraindications o Modifications Homework One    piece    to    be    done    on    Saturday night for Sunday. Day 2 10.00 - 13.30 Yin Postures - Part 2 Reclining Twists to Toe Squats Anatomy o Props o Contraindications o Modifications 14.30 - 18.30 Yin Postures (Continued) Between the Weekends Between   the   two   weekends,   trainees will   be   expected   to   keep   a   journal   of   a MINIMUM   weekly   YIN   home   practice, and      put      together      3      short      yin sequences,   as   well   as   prepare   a   piece of set homework. Weekend 2 Day 1 Recap of weekend 1 Yin Seqencing Yin Themes Yin Progression Wall Yin Day 2  Class planning and management 'Holding Space' Problems and common issues Yin and meditation Yin and Healing A    FINAL    complete    90    minute    yin lesson   plan   must   be   submitted   before certification. Certification     will     be     upon     written homework       and       journals       being submitted,             and             monitoring throughout   both   weekends,   as      well as assessed final lesson plan. Certification   is   from   The   Yoga   Bank   (a registered          Independent          Yoga Network    Teaching    School)    and    IYN, and   will   be   a   certificate   to   teach   Yin Yoga. Jackie    is    a    BWY    Foundation    Course Tutor,   IYN   Yoga   Elder,   and   200   Hour Yoga       Teacher       Trainer.       Having practised   and   taught   yin   for   over   ten years,   as   well   as   many   Yin   intensives, Jackie's    experience    and    passion    for yin is well known! Investment £375.00