British Wheel of Yoga Foundation One Course 2019/20
Deepen your practise and expand your knowledge of yoga, develop mindful movement. This course involves 60 hours of experiential study. Learn about the eight limbs of yoga, the history of yoga, philosophy, chakras, and types of yoga.
Requirement: Two years' experience with a quality-assured practitioner (BWY or other valid training). Places are selective and limited. With last years course was more than fully booked, 2019s students can expect to join a dedicated and diverse group.
This is not a teacher training course but it will provide the basics and serve as an introduction to BWY diploma (although not a compulsory prerequisite this foundation course is useful preparation for those wishing to train to become a BWY Yoga Teacher). It will also be complementary to other yoga training courses such as 200 hours or 500 hours Yoga Alliance.
The course includes practical and theoretical work on the eight limbs of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras including asana, pranayama, concentration techniques, and meditation, as well as topics such as the history of Yoga and the different paths and schools of yoga. The core syllabus includes:
Preparation for practice
Mudra (sealing gestures)
Kriya (cleansing practices)
Pranayama (breath control)
Talks & discussion on the contexts and meaning of yoga
Minimum of 2 years experienced with a yoga teacher (reference required) You must also be willing to regularly attend (minimum of 80% attendance is required to get the BWY Foundation certificate) and you will be expected to do some reading and research during the course.
New in 2019: Introductory Day
If suitable for the course you will be invited to the Introductory Day which will take place on 3
5 May 2019, 10am to 2.30pm, at the Ecocentre. The British Wheel of Yoga recommends attending the Introductory Day if you are thinking of doing the course.
On the day you will be able to meet the tutor and the other students in the beautiful surroundings of Home Farm. It will be a good chance to experience an introduction to some of the practices we explore in Foundation 1 and find out if it is the path for you. As well as to ask Natasha any questions you may have about the course.
Dates & Times
Sundays from 9.30am - 4.30pm (including breaks for tea and lunch).
There will be ten sessions over-all:
2 & 30 June 2019
5 January 2020
The course will take place at beautiful Ecocentre at Home Farm, off Lodge Lane, Screveton, Near Bingham, Nottingham, NG13 8JL. A map and detailed instructions of how to find Ecocentre can be found here.
For details of an upcoming Central London based course in late 2019, check Moli Yoga page for updates.
£650 course fee plus BWY registration fee (£60) £37 BWY annual membership (Students need to be a member of BWY before the course begins).
Once you're accepted on the course, you will need to provide £160 non-refundable deposit. The remainder of the fee is due on the first day of the course.
The Heart of Yoga by TKV Desikachar
Light on Yoga by BKS Iyengar
Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha by S Saraswati
Yoga Sutras of Patanjali by Swami Satchidananda (or other translations)
How to Apply
Please contact Natasha directly email@example.com
For more information visit
Car Colston Road, Screveton, NG13 8JL Screveton, NG13 8JL Nottingham, United Kingdom
Rushcliffe, England, UK