Scaravelli Inspired Yoga, Class, Teacher Training, London, Catherine Annis, 2020, free

FREE Scaravelli Inspired Yoga!

Tues 19th - Thurs 21st November

It's assessment time at Intelligent Yoga Teacher Training, so our wonderful trainees are each teaching an hour long class.

If you'd like to join us and be a "body" to help them hone their skills, we'd love to see you.

Tuesday 19th November
9.00 – 10.00 ..... Lee
10.15 – 11.15 ..... Renate
11.30 – 12.30 ..... Carla
12.45 – 13.45 ..... Marta
14.00 – 15.00 ..... Jan
15.15 – 16.15 ..... Caroline

Wednesday 20th November
10.15– 11.15 ..... Margaret
11.30 - 12.30 ..... Lauren
12.45 – 13.45 ..... Dana A
14.00 – 15.00 ..... Dana K

Thursday 21st November
9.00 – 10.00 ..... Jess
10.15 – 11.15 ..... Hilary
11.30 – 12.30 ..... Maggie
12.45 – 13.45 ..... Nicole
14.00 – 15.00 ..... Tracy
15.15 – 16.15 ..... Anni

Please email us at: to book your place on these free Scaravelli inspired yoga classes - you're welcome to join as many classes as you like.


The Academy Dance Studios are easily accessible by public transport, including tube, overland, and bus routes, and the local area is well known for its vibrant café culture.  The nearest tube station is Camden Town, which is just a four minute walk.

The Academy Dance Studios
15 Pratt Mews

Intelligent Yoga Teacher Training

Are you looking for a new perspective on yoga teacher training?

At Intelligent Yoga Teacher Training (iytt), we’re passionate about creating a ground breaking course which acknowledges and celebrates the intelligence and adaptability of the human body.

Our aim is to provide a thought-provoking course, which actively encourages students to question current teaching methods and alignment cues.  During the course, we will encourage trainees to develop a deeper understanding of how they work with, and relate to, their bodies, and how to adapt that understanding to create new, healthier approaches to living and moving.

Our approach to yoga is driven by the most current scientific anatomical and movement research and we will work hard to help you develop into a skilful and responsive teacher, to nurture your approach and understanding of yoga through a consistent, mature and intelligent personal practice.

The course content will be practical and skills-based, and will facilitate a personal journey of exploration and discovery.   Material will be delivered in a variety of ways including formal lectures, guided practice and asana technique classes, group work, teaching practice and individual study and reading.

Reasons to choose iytt

∗  Small group - only 18 trainees - gives you the attention you deserve

∗  Immersive environment – each module is 4/5 days long, giving you time to absorb and reflect on your learning

∗  Non-dogmatic approach – the practice includes influences from somatics, Feldenkrais & functional movement and we actively encourage questions and curiosity

∗  Central London location – Belgravia

∗  Recognised and accredited by both the British Wheel of Yoga and Yoga Alliance Professionals

∗  With our world renowned teaching team, we believe iytt offers you one of the most comprehensive groundings in anatomy of any teacher training diploma in the UK

Why is iytt different?

∗  We’re interested in developing a new approach to teaching yoga, which is built on a solid understanding of the fundamental workings of the body and an appreciation of its natural intelligence

∗  We will focus on developing your teaching skills, so that you emerge with strong, confident teaching skills and become a skilful and responsive teacher

∗  Our approach is based on the latest findings on fascia and movement science, and we’ll help you discover ways of incorporating this knowledge into your teaching

∗  We’re more interested in exploring the process of movement and in encouraging each individual to develop their own felt sense than in making traditional yoga shapes. Our classes are therefore accessible for a wide range of bodies and abilities and offer a safe space within which we can all play, sense and grow.

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