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Our teacher training is modelled on the ancient system of Gurukula. Over the course of a year students spend a 9 weekends and one 5 day retreat in May (Friday evening through to Sunday afternoon) living and studying with their teachers and fellow students in an ashram environment. This enables total immersion in yogic life and practices allowing students to truly experience personal transformation and embodiment of the teachings. The course provides a comprehensive, foundational training in yoga practice, theory and teaching skills. We strive to facilitate the unfolding of well educated, compassionate, competent, yoga teachers of integrity who meet standards of excellence (all graduates are eligible to register at RYT 200 with Yoga Alliance).
For details of our 200 hour teacher training course please read through our thorough syllabus here TTC Prospectus 2016-v3
Our training school has met the stringent requirements set by Yoga Alliance UK, demonstrating that our courses are of the highest standard and that our graduates may use the title ‘Registered Yoga Teacher’ RYT as a sign of quality training.
When I found Universal Yoga’s TTC, I had been looking for a teacher training course for some time. I knew I wanted a course that offered a well-rounded training program that went just that little bit further than many “fast track” courses that I had also considered. Speaking to Charlotta and Naomi and getting a feel for the syllabus, I knew that I had found what I was looking for. With the Universal Yoga 200h training, I have been able to progress on my own path in yoga in a wonderful way and integrate this in to every aspect of my daily life. I know this will help me to be a good teacher and facilitate others on their exciting transformational road in yoga.
Sanna Hedman Schroeder, UYTTC 14-15
There are so many options for yoga teacher training but I have no doubt that this was the right one for me. Yoga teacher training is such a huge journey and the support and guidance I have received from Charlotta and Naomi has been so much more than I would ever have imagined. They are ensuring that the training they deliver gives students the skills to be not only knowledgeable, compassionate and ethical yoga teachers but also more self aware and peaceful human beings!
Yvonne Morey, Counsellor, UYTTC ’14-’15
I would not hesitate to recommend Universal Yoga’s teacher training. I think it has been one of the most positive life changing experiences I’ve ever had. Charlotta and Naomi both bring a wealth of experience, understanding, knowledge and nurturing to their teaching. You will be totally supported during the experience ( and extremely well fed). This will help you to develop your teaching at your own pace and in your own unique way. It will also help you to offer that care and support to your students. If you are hesitating about signing up don’t worry, it will be one of the best decisions you’ve ever made.
Carol Plumridge, Osteopath, Chippenham, UYTTC’14-’15
Teacher Training 2017 will start in January 2017 and will run up until November 2017
This event will take place at Dunkerton Parish Hall, Dunkerton, The Hollow, BA2 8BG
Course dates –
13-15th Jan 2017, 17th – 19th Feb, 17th – 19th March, 21st – 23rd April, 25th – 30th May, 16th – 18th June, 15th-17th Sept, 13th-15th Oct & 17th-19th Nov 2017.
Charlotta Martinus Yoga Elder, IYN, SYT YA
She has taught yoga for over ten years and practised for over 15 years, mostly in the Sivananda tradition. Further training includes studies with the father of structural yoga therapy Mukunda Styles and the leader in the field of yoga for mental health, Dr Krishnamurti from Bangalore University. In 2008 Charlotta founded the Universal Yoga centre and community in Somerset which she has been nurturing and growing ever since. She also works within the NHS as a yoga therapist, runs the unique, YA accredited Teen Yoga training internationally and collaborates with Leeds University to measure outcomes of Mindfulness and Yoga on teens. Charlotta is a regular contributor to Om magazine and regional BBC networks.
Rebekah Saraswati Abhaya ERYT 500 – YA
Rebekah started practising Yoga more than 17 years ago. A profound and transformative experience of Yoga though some of life’s more challenging times led her to complete her teacher training in 2009 and advanced teacher training in 2012 both with the Sivananda tradition. Rebekah is also a trained kids, family and teen Yoga teacher, and has studied gentle and restorative Yoga teaching with Integral Yoga. Whilst being rooted in the Sivananda tradition and the philosophy of Advaita Vedanta Rebekah enjoys exploring and experiencing the gifts that all other traditions also bring such as Kundalini and Ashtanga Yoga.
Over the past 6 years Rebekah has taught Yoga extensively to a variety of groups in a variety of settings including general adult classes, teen and kids classes in schools, Special Yoga on a 1-1 basis and with groups and hugely popular Family Yoga. Rebekah has previously taught on the YA accredited Teen Yoga training and currently teaches on the Universal Yoga Teacher Training Programme.
As a Yoga teacher she works intuitively aiming to allow people to unlock their inner potential through a deep meditative practise, which allows one to enter into a place of stillness and knowing.
Rebekah is also an experienced FE teacher (PGCE) with 18 years’ experience of teaching drama and dance to adults with learning disabilities.
Investment £3000 – (VAT is also charged at 20%, ie +£600) to include all training, accommodation and meals throughout the course. An initial sum (Deposit) of £600 is payable at time of booking – please note this in Non-Returnable, the balance to be paid in monthly instalments or in a lump sum.
If you would like to talk about the course and book please call Charlotta Martinus on Wednesdays 01761 470658
Please read the prospectus here TTC Prospectus 2016-v3
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