300hr Advanced Yoga Teacher Training 2021

evolve + inspire: an Anusara 300 hour advanced teacher training

 

In the current climate, we appreciate that some people may not want to enrol onto a long teacher training; we have therefore divided the course into 3 parts that can be taken as stand-alone sections to enhance specific teaching skills without committing to the full 300 hours of teaching. This gives you the option to build up the necessary hours you need for a further qualification in a time frame that works for you

 

22nd January 2021 – 9th January 2022

£3500 or £1300 per part

triyoga Soho and Camden and 3 modules online

Information afternoon with Bridget : practice with Bridget and ask any questions you may have about the training
Sunday 10th January 3.30-4.30pm

 

Book Full Training 

Book Park One: Refining Your Teaching Skills

Book Part Two: Expanding Your Knowledge

Book Part Three: Diving Deeper Within

Email Flavia@triyoga.co.uk for any information regarding booking this training

 

This fully accredited 300 hour advanced teacher training over 12 months with Bridget Woods-Kramer at triyoga is designed for qualified yoga teachers and provides the support and tangible skills needed for you to become the teacher you aspire to be.
Bridget offers an inspirational and educational programme, co-teaching several modules with an esteemed faculty of experts in their field, who will support you as you dive deeper into your teaching journey. Allowing you the opportunity to connect to the practice that activates your heart so you can find your seva-ananda and offer your students the support they need.

course content

The training will include the following areas of study
• Asana
• Pranayama
• Meditation
• Philosophy
• Functional Anatomy
• Teaching Methodology
• Sequencing
• Theming
• Observation and Assisting (verbal and hands on)
• Women and Yoga
• Yoga for seniors
• Pre + Post Natal Yoga
• Restorative Yoga
• Business of Yoga
• Seva: Yoga in service
• Anusara Methodolgy
• Co-mentoring

 

Students will be assigned a mentor for help and support throughout the training.
Assessment will be on-going throughout the course and there will be home study and self-practice to complete between each of the modules. Throughout the training students will have the time and space to hone their teaching skills and the opportunity to teach and share with one another to each find their unique voice as a teacher.
In order to graduate students must attend a minimum of 90% of the course. Should a student miss more than this, they will be required to take catch-up modules as agreed with the tutor. These will incur an additional charge.

Timetable

PART ONE: 5 modules January 22nd- May 13th
Part one curriculum focus is to review, overview, refresh and deepen understanding of your foundational 200 hr teacher training. You will dive deeper into refinement enabling you to confidently teach an authentic and powerful class that is safe and empowering for your students.

 

Module 1: Universal Principles of Alignment
Friday, 22nd January – Sunday, 24th January 2021
Friday evening and two full days

 

Module 2: Sequencing + Theming
Friday, 12th February – Sunday, 14th February
Friday evening and two full days

 

Module 3: Honing Observation Skills + Anusara Methodology and Co-Mentoring
Saturday, 20th March – Sunday, 21st March
Two full days

 

Module 4: Functional Anatomy, Therapeutics + Bodymind Ballwork with Ellen Saltonstall
Monday, 22nd March – Thursday, 25th March
Four full days

 

Module 5: The Art of Adjustments
Monday, 10th May – Thursday, 13th May
Four full days

 

Book Park One: Refining Your Teaching Skills

 

 

PART TWO: 4 modules June 15th – October 3rd
Part two curriculum focus is to expand your knowledge as a teacher. These modules further develop and expand on your teaching skills, including information, inspiration and practical guidelines to teach specialised groups of students safely and with respect and exploring the business of yoga and your purpose as teacher.

 

Module 6: Womxn and yoga + yoga for seniors
Tuesday, 15th June – Friday, 18th June
Four full days

 

Module 7: Goddess Practices
Friday, 6th August – Sunday, 8th August
Friday evening and two full days

 

Module 8: Seva + the business of Yoga with Amanda Stone
Friday, 17th September – Sunday, 19th September Online
Friday evening and two full days

 

Module 9: Pre + Post Natal Yoga with Gilly Nevin
Friday, 1st October – Sunday, 3rd October
Three full days

 

Book Part Two: Expanding Your Knowledge

 

PART THREE: 4 modules October 15th – November 28th 

Part three curriculum focus is to dive deeper within your own practices to deepen experience, understanding and practice of Philosophy, Pranayama and Meditation to advance teaching skills.

 

Module 10: Philosophy with Bill Mahony + Meditation with Bridget Woods Kramer
Friday, 15th October – Sunday, 17th October Online
Friday evening and two full days

 

Module 11: Philosophy with Bill Mahony + Meditation with Bridget Woods Kramer
Friday, 22nd October – Sunday, 24th October Online
Friday evening and two full days

 

Module 12: Yoga Nidra and Restorative Yoga with Leela Miller
Monday, 15th November – Thursday, 18th November
Four full days

 

Module 13: Pranayama with Ananda Leone
Friday, 26th November – Sunday, 28th November
Friday evening and two full days

 

Book Part Three: Diving Deeper Within

 

Module 14: Final Assessment for those taking the complete 300hr training
Friday, 7th – Sunday, 9th January 2022
Friday evening and two full days

learning outcomes

On completion of the training, students will have had the time and additional knowledge and support to evolve and grow their teaching skills to find their own unique voice and feel confident to take their teaching out into the world, students will:
• Know, and be able to teach, the Anusara Principles of Alignment, understanding how these can support students in their practice
• Have a compendium of great coherent methods to make class themes authentic and powerful for your students
• Understand class sequencing principles and be able to sequence based on main classes of poses as well as class level
• Have learnt to apply the art of observation and adjustment in asana
• Be able to practice the skill of mentoring
• Understand Anusara methodology
• Have a deeper understanding of the teachings and practices of non-dual Tantra philosophy
• Be able to teach a safe class based on functional anatomy and have an in-depth understanding of common conditions and injuries and how yoga can help the healing process
• Have a deeper understanding of the practices of meditation and be able to teach simple practices
• Have a deeper understanding of Prana, the Subtle Body and be able to teach different Pranayama techniques
• Know the physiological differences and changes that a woman experiences in her body through her life cycle and have ways to make intelligent and honouring class plans
• Know how to adapt a class for Seniors and understand anatomy and physiology considerations
• Have learnt the skills needed to teach pre + post natal yoga
• Have a deeper understanding of restorative yoga and yoga nidra
• Be inspired by and have learnt about Seva from a range of teachers who have taken their teachings off the mat and out into the world

eligibility + pre-requisites

Students should have an existing 200 hour teacher training qualification.
Please be aware that, whilst you are eligible for the Bridget Woods Kramer course with an initial teacher training certificate from any school, qualification from this 300 hour course does not automatically qualify you to register with the Yoga Alliance, Yoga Alliance Professionals or ASHY if your initial teacher training is not accredited/registered by these bodies.
Students should recognise that the course will be demanding, both at and in between module weekends. Successful completion of the course will require significant effort, focus and dedication. In this respect, students should ensure that they have both the time and the personal support they need to commit to the course fully.
If you are unsure of your eligibility to book onto the training, please contact the teacher training team on 020 7449 3151 or  flavia@triyoga.co.uk.

graduation

Certificates will be awarded on successful completion of the course.

 

accreditation

The Bridget Woods-Kramer School of Yoga is accredited by Yoga Alliance USA, Yoga Alliance Professionals (UK) and Anusara School of Hatha Yoga.

Anusara Elements and Inspired teachers will be able to apply for Anusara Certification on successful completion of this course.

faculty

About Bridget Woods-Kramer:
Bridget Woods Kramer began her yoga practices in India in 1975 and embarked on an intense program of study to become a senior teacher. Interweaving her visionary background within the fitness industry together with her love of meditation and yoga asana Bridget teaches with enthusiasm, sensitivity and insight, conveying yogas potential to support us in living and serving with love. You’ll enjoy an inspirational and dynamic, yet playful class with a mix of flow and strong alignment principles, entwined with yoga philosophy.

Bridget teaches regular Anusara® classes in Cornwall and at triyoga in London as well as offering workshops, teacher training’s, immersions and retreats all over the world; awakening and inspiring a most diverse and creative student body. Her steady enthusiasm, humour, depth of knowledge and humility sets a shining example and her many students are devoted to her tireless effort and rich understanding.

With great Love, Bridget acknowledges Gurumayi Chidvilasanda as her principal teacher and offers gratitude and love to John Friend. Other great influences have been Shandor Remite, Chuck & Maty (Yoga Works) Gabriella Guibalaro, Donna Holleman, and Lisa Walford, Rodney Yee & Patricia Walden & of course Krishna Das.

Bridget is honoured to be co-teaching with an esteemed faculty of experts in their field:

Amanda Stone Nash
Amanda is a professionally accredited psychotherapist having graduated from Spectrum Therapy Centre in London (UKCP accredited) where she studied person-centred and formative psychology. She has an M.A. in Gender and Culture, specialising in identity and diversity. Amanda is also an accredited yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance International. She runs training sessions for yoga teachers on developing self-awareness, and on working with boundaries and group dynamics.
Ananda Leone
Ananda Leone, born is 1963 to Italian parents, grew up between Brazil, Argentina and Canada and now lives in Germany, where, in 1990, he established Berlins Academy for Yoga. A man of many discipline, Ananda graduated in 1989 with a degree in Forest Engineering, danced Ballet with the Teatro Guaria Brazil, studied traditional Chinese medicine and trained as a naturopath before going to India to train with Swami Gitananda in Yoga and Yoga Terapy. The result of that trip was Ananda;s initiation into the Yogacharya lineage.
In 1995 Ananda graduated as a yoga teacher from BDY (the German professional association of Yoga teachers) in Dusseldorf. Ananda comes to Bali a few times a year where he holds retreats in English and German. Ananda teaches yoga, pranayama and meditation with a warm, hand’s on approach.

Ellen Saltonstall
Ellen Saltonstall (E-RYT 500 and C-IAYT) is an alignment-based certified yoga instructor and body therapist based in New York City with over 40 years of experience. In addition to yoga, she teaches Bodymind Ballwork, a method of bodywork using rubber balls to facilitate tension release. Her published books include Yoga for Arthritis (2008), and Yoga for Osteoporosis (2010), Anatomy and Yoga (2016), and The Bodymind Ballwork Method (2018), and she has published articles in Yoga Journal and Topics of Geriatric Rehabilitation. She offers yoga therapy webinars through YogaOnlineU.com, and she teaches nationally and internationally with a specialty in anatomy and therapeutics.

Gilly Nevin
Gilly Nevin is a qualified Birth Teacher and Birth Doula. She trained as a an Active Birth Teacher with Janet Balaskas and as a Doula with Michel Odent and has a busy practice in Cornwall and London.
Qualifications:
• BSc (HONS ) Mathematics
• MA (Art History)
• MA (Illustration)
• Associate of the Active Birth Centre
• Developmental Baby Massage Instructor
• Birth Art Cafe Mentor
• Birth Doula
• Placenta Encapsulation Specialist (PBI)

Janendra Hanley
Jayendra Hanley is a certified Anusara Yoga teacher, an E-RYT 500 Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance and an authorized teacher of Neelakantha Meditation as taught in Blue Throat Yoga.
Jayendra has taught many Anusara Teacher Trainings around Europe, including in Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, the U.K., Germany, and the Netherlands. He is very active in supporting the Anusara School of Hatha Yoga as the co-coordinator of the Curriculum Committee, and played a major role in creating the curriculum for their new 300-Hour Advanced Teacher Training.

Leela Miller
Leela began teaching yoga in 1986 when she completed the Sivananda teacher training pro-gram. She later went on to study Ashtanga, Iyengar and Shadow yoga. Leela weaves the precision of Iyengar alignment, the energetics of Shadow Yoga and the commitment to practice into the spiritual fabric of Sivananda Yoga. A diagnosis of glaucoma led Leela on a personal search for the underpinnings of health. Through her study of anatomy and physiology, and biodynamic craniosacral therapy under the guidance of Michael Kern, she began to understand and apply the healing power of dynamic stillness that underpins all movement, and ultimately life. This led her back to yoga, her Sivananda lineage and the study of Yoga Nidra as taught by Swami Satyananda.

William K. Mahony
William K. Mahony, PhD, is known in yoga communities across the continents for his warm, lively and compassionate teaching that is accessible to contemporary yoga students at all levels as well as to those interested in deepening their spiritual lives in other ways.
Bill integrates his deep knowledge of yoga philosophy with insights refined over nearly five decades of his own yogic practice. He shares with participants the expansive and transforming wisdom he finds in the splendid texts he studies, and he guides participants in ways they can fruitfully apply these perspectives in their own lives.
Bill earned academic degrees from Williams College, Yale University and the University of Chicago and is a professor of Religious Studies at Davidson College, one of the premier institutions of higher learning in the United States. As a professor, he teaches courses on contemplative and devotional sensibilities of religions originating in India, with an emphasis on the philosophies of yoga. The recipient of a number of prestigious teaching awards and research fellowships, he travels to India frequently and has lived in contemplative settings for extended periods of time.

 

 

Book Full Training 

Book Park One: Refining Your Teaching Skills

Book Part Two: Expanding Your Knowledge

Book Part Three: Diving Deeper Within

Email Flavia@triyoga.co.uk for any information regarding booking this training

Information afternoon with Bridget : practice with Bridget and ask any questions you may have about the training
Sunday 10th January 3.30-4.30pm