British Wheel of Yoga Foundation Course - 17th February - 28th July 2018 - now open for applications
The British Wheel of Yoga Foundation course is an accredited course suitable for students wanting to deepen their knowledge of Yoga. This 60 hour course covers many aspects that would rarely be touched upon on a regular physical Yoga class and is a fantastic way to discover what Yoga, really is all about. The course can be the first steps for those wishing to continue to teacher training (it is the pre requisite for the BWY teacher training) or for students who do not wish to be teachers but would like to develop their studies of Yoga further. On completion of the course students will receive a BWY Foundation Certificate.
Subjects covered on the course include:
A minimum of 2 years practice of Yoga (any style) and an up to date BWY membership which is £34 for annual membership,this can be done online here: http://www.bwy.org.uk/join-the-bwy/
How to apply:
Please read all the info carefully then download and complete the application form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org . We will reply within a few days to let you know if your application has been successful and continue with the registration from there. In some cases you maybe asked for a short telephone interview or be invited to join one of Hana's classes.
"100% worthwhile. Very interesting and it has totally changed my outlook on Yoga- there is so much to learn!" - Fran
"Do it! There is so much to learn and the course is a great way to see where you want to take your practice. I loved it and I'm so sad it's over" - Katie
"Everyone is ready to do this course! All learning is provided in simple, profound and progressive steps. Transformative action!" -Ellie
"It was a welcoming, non judgemental, generous and inspiring course!" -Alice
"The knowledge and experience gained was invaluable for developing my personal practice. What a rare and special opportunity." - Jess
£600 plus £60 registation fee to BWY. On acceptance on to the course you will be asked to pay a non refundable deposit of £200 and £60 registration fee which will be passed on to BWY. You must also become a member of the BWY which you can do online. It is £34 for annual membership, here is the link: http://www.bwy.org.uk/join-the-bwy/ **Please note you must have this BWY membership before the start of the course in order to be officially registered on the course and to be able to receive your certificate on completion.
The remainder of the fee are to be paid 2 weeks before the start date. All course fees are non refundable and non transferable.
Dates: Next course is 17th February - 28th July 2018
There will be 1-2 sessions each month, Saturdays 1-8pm
You must attend 80% of the course to receive the BWY Foundation Certificate.
Location:Islington Arts Factory is a lovely Community Arts Centre. This grade 2 converted church building has many of its original features and although it is old it has great character and charm. The large studio space has a beautiful high ceiling. We are fully equipped with mats, blocks, blankets, bolsters and belts. There is a cafe area where tea and biscuits will be available during the breaks.
Islington Arts Factory is on the Parkhurst Road/Camden Road one-way system.
Tube: The nearest tube is Caledonian Road (one stop after Kings Cross) on the Piccadilly Line and a short walk.
You can also get a short bus (5-10 minutes) on 29 or 253 from Warren Street, Euston or Finsbury Park, on the Victoria Line or from Camden on Northern Line.
Other buses that stop outside are: 4, 17, 29, 43, 91, 153, 253, 259, 271, 279, 359
Islington Arts Factory
2 Parkhurst Rd,
London N7 OSF
About the BWY
Established in 1965, The British Wheel of Yoga is the largest yoga membership organisation in the UK. BWY is recognised by Sport England and The Sport and Recreation Alliance (formally the CCPR) as the National Governing Body for Yoga in England.
Hana is an experienced and passionate teacher with over 10 years experience of teaching Yoga and dance to a huge array people. Having taken the BWY Foundation course over 10 years ago she can honestly say it was a turning point to how she understood and practiced Yoga. Read Hana's Bio to find out more.