London Yoga Teacher Training
- British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) -
Are you looking for a yoga teacher training course based in London? Then check out Intelligent Yoga Teacher Training (iytt) to learn more.
The team, including Catherine Annis, Tanya Love, Gary Carter, Peter Blackaby, Neville Cregan and Mary Mackie have a combined yoga expereince in excess of 200 years - so you know you'll be in safe hands.
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I'm so incredibly pleased that I had the sense to indulge myself in IYTT. As far as I was concerned, it was going to be the Rolls Royce of trainings and eventually I allowed myself to believe I deserved it. Being good enough is a hurdle for many of us! Everything about the IYTT course makes me smile and feel very privileged. I have direction and purpose again and reason to direct my energies towards an area of my life where I can make a difference. I have gained so much insight in the last 6 months. The contentment on the faces of my two small classes show you've given me skills to share how to take intelligent enquiry of ourselves to the mat. Maybe some of these musings will re-enforce for you what a brilliant job you're doing, Catherine, Tanya and the rest of the impressive team.
I would highly recommend this Teacher Training course. Catherine and Tanya are two of the most inspirational and knowledgeable teachers I know and they have developed an excellent course. I did my teacher training with Catherine a few years ago and would recommend this course to anyone who is thinking about becoming a teacher.
I am a very experienced yoga practitioner but in just one 'one to one' session today, Catherine gave me some very valuable and practical tips and insights to enhance my practice. I learnt a lot in one hour. Catherine has a lovely manner and strikes the right balance between encouragement and instruction. Highly recommended for anyone from beginner to old yogi like me.
I wasn't sure what the Posture Clinic would be but this was a really helpful format for combining an experimental physical practice and taking notes that I often find challenging.