Introduction to Yoga Teacher Training Course

If you have ever wanted to study your love of Yoga further without undertaking the full Yoga Teacher Training Course, then this course is for you!

This 6 month course offers an Introduction to Yoga Teacher Training and has been designed for you to choose any of your favourite 10 of the 40 units available whilst getting a taster of what studying Yoga at the Moksha Academy of Yoga would be like. Here you can study with like-minded people, explore the key areas of Yoga that you love the most, or simply update and refresh your existing skills as an already qualified Yoga Teacher.  An excellent way to commit some time for your own personal and professional development.

This course has also been designed for students who are Yoga enthusiasts considering changing their career and want to try some of the units before making the full commitment of undertaking the full RYT200 Yoga Teacher Training Course Accredited through Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia.

Current qualified Yoga Teachers may also wish to apply to undertake study in Units that may not have been offered in their original training and subsequently adding focus to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) gaining 50 total hours of CPD points.

Simply choose any 10 of the 40 units available over a period of 6 months selecting lectures held on any of the following days/times:

  • Wednesday’s from 10am – 3pm; and/or
  • Thursday’s from 5pm – 10pm

Offering 4 intakes per year – January, April, July and October

Should you then choose to enrol into the full course to qualify as a Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia Accredited Yoga Teacher (RYT200) (full course must be completed within 2 years from initial start date) you will be able to receive recognition of prior learning for your chosen units and can then study the remaining 30 units as well as completing all other key assessment areas in order to receive the full RYT200 Yoga Teaching Qualification.

CORE MODULES

Whilst undertaking this Introduction to Yoga Teacher Training Course you will learn about the holistic approach to Yoga, bringing the ancient teachings of Yoga to the modern western world and learn how the asana (postures) and pranayama (breathing practices) affect the systems of the body as well as learning more about the mind/body connection.

Modules covered include:

1. Practical Teaching Techniques

2. Teaching Methodology

3. Applied Gross Anatomy

4. Applied Systemic Physiology

5. Subtle Energy Anatomy

6. Yoga Philosophy and Psychology

7. Yoga Therapeutics

8. Yoga Research Studies

To view a list of all of our units, please click here

UNLIMITED FREE YOGA CLASSES

As a student undertaking the Introduction to Yoga Teacher Training Course at Moksha, you are provided with UNLIMITED FREE YOGA CLASSES at the Moksha Studio for the duration of your course as a way of supporting you to deepen your existing personal practice.  You are also provided with discounts in attending the Moksha Intensives whilst you are a student with the Moksha Academy of Yoga.

In our experience, the Moksha studio becomes your hOMe away from hOMe whilst you undertake your studies, and we encourage you to make the most of this opportunity and attend as many classes as you are able during this important time.

To receive the Moksha Academy of Yoga Introduction to Yoga Teacher Training Course information pack, please click here

COURSE FEES

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