The Yoga Space Level 1 Hatha Vinyasa Yoga Teacher training is a transformational course which will ground you in both the theory and practice of yoga. Our unique yogic education journey explores the intersection or practice, research and community service. Taught by some of Australia’s lead educators and researchers this program equips you with the confidence to share the gift of yoga. Registered at the Highest Level with Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia.

Course structure and dates

Our Weekday Immersion training combines the benefits of working through an intensive training while still allowing us to balance our busy lives with family, school, study and work.

All workshops will run on weekdays and only during school hours – with plenty of online content to be completed in your own time.

The in person workshops will be held at the Yoga Space in West Perth next February:

→ Week 1: Feb 15-18 | Mon-Thu | 9:30AM – 2:15PM

→ Week 2: Feb 23-26 | Tue-Fri | 9:30AM – 2:15PM

Extensive online resources

To allow us to dive deep on the 8 days of intensive in person training, students will have access to extensive online resources, structured in weekly units. Each unit highlights aspects of yoga theory, research or practice – brought to you by Jean Byrne PhD.

Ongoing Support

Each trainee will be paired with one of our amazing mentors to guide them through their training for a minimum of 12 months. Mentoring can be done in person and online, with regularly scheduled meetings to allow you to delve deeply into your own practice and flourish as a teacher, no matter where you live!

Plus, students will have the life changing opportunity to live their yoga through teaching classes to those with barriers to accessing yoga.

Our online sangha provides you with support during and beyond your training with online and in person workshops to keep you upskilled.

Ready to dive in?

We are now accepting applications. Email to request a prospectus today.

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Workshop Leaders


Workshop Topics

  • Sanskrit Chanting
  • Pranayama
  • Meditation
  • The Art of Adjusting
  • Restorative Yoga & using props
  • Yoga for Pregnancy and Post Natal Yoga
  • Anatomy of Asana
  • Yoga for Kids
  • Indian Philosophical Traditions
  • The Yoga Tradition: Bhagavad Gita and Yoga Sutras
  • Sequencing and Class Structure
  • Communication skills
  • Yoga and Mindfulness Meditation
  • Professional Ethics in Yoga Teaching
  • Yogic Physiology
  • Yogic Diet and Nutrition for Vegetarians
  • Yoga Pedagogy and Teaching Methodology
  • Yin Yoga

Curriculum Covered

(As set out by the Yoga Australia Guidelines)

Yoga Philosophy, Ethics & Lifestyle:
Study of the sacred and Yoga educational texts. Ethics for Teachers. Yoga as a living practice.Yoga & Buddhist Philosophy.

Anatomy & Physiology:
Study of the anatomy & functional physiology of bodily systems.

Yogic Physiology:
Study of subtle yogic physiology and energy fields, such as: Nadis, Koshas, Chakras, Gunas etc.

Techniques:
Study and practice of Yoga techniques such as: Asanas, Pranayama, Kriyas, Relaxation, Meditation, Chanting, etc.

Teaching Methods:
Study and practice of teaching methodologies such as: Principles of demonstration, communication, assistance, correction, adjustments, instruction, teaching styles, student learning styles, etc.

Integrative Practice & Teaching:
Observation, assistance in classes taught by quali ed teacher, supervised teaching practice, teaching classes & courses


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