The 200-hour teacher training course will give you all the tools you need to be able to teach Yoga with safety and confidence to a variety of clientèle of mixed levels, from beginners through to more advanced dynamic classes.
Our weekend courses and workshops offer ways to deepen your knowledge and understanding of certain aspects of Yoga and what it entails. Yoga Teaching Academy is a Yoga Alliance Professionals accredited teaching facility and meats the highest standards to guarantee you the best possible teacher training available.
Director of Wellbeing Warehouse
Paula began practicing Yoga well over 20 years ago and was drawn to Yoga through depression and anxiety.
Previously Paula had always worked in the Health and Fitness industry, both in the UK and overseas.
‘’My initial introduction to Yoga was whilst living in Sweden. I then trained with David Swenson in The Ashtanga system. Through my love of Dance and Music (born into a family of musicians), I travelled to The Kripalu Institute in Massachusetts to train in Vinyasa flow with Shiva Rea. After opening my own Yoga and Wellness Centre 5 years ago, I felt it was time to incorporate some Yin into my practice to balance my busy life, and restore my mind and body. I have been to trainings with Sarah Powers and continue my study to the present day.
I also run a 200 hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training School, as well as still actively teaching myself.’’
MEET THE REST OF THE TEAM
Steve is a clinical specialist in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, and specialises in treating all types of pain and injury. He heads the Anatomy and Physiology weekend in the 200-hour Teacher Training course as well as being the main teacher on our shorter CPD courses.
Meret is BDY-certified Yoga teacher of the Himalaya Institut in Hamburg, where she also is a board member and part founder.
Additionally to Yoga teaching, she is also a specialist in homeopathy, full body massage and therapeutic support, stress management and relaxation courses for health professionals