Training & Workshops

“The ultimate goal of yoga is to always observe things accurately, and therefore never act in a way that will make us regret our actions later.” 

TKV Desikachar

Yoga Workshops

Half day sessions focussing on one of the many aspects of yoga, from the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, to using sound in āsana and prāṇāyāma techniques.

Past topics include:
‘Sound and Mantra in Āsana’
‘An Introduction to the Eight Limbs of Yoga’
‘An Introduction to the Cakra-s’
There are currently no workshops planned for 2020

Teacher Training:
TSYP Teacher Training course 2020-2023 beginning November 2020.
see: https://www.tsyp.yoga/training/teacher-training-courses/#!event-list

For further information or to book please email Bea

Foundation Course

Beginning in the autumn 2021 and running once a month over 11 months this course is designed for serious students of yoga who wish to deepen their practice and who may wish to continue on to a teacher training course. Topics will include āsana, prāṇāyāma, yoga philosophy and meditation. This course will be accredited by TSYP.

Please email for further information and application form

Click here to download a copy of the course leaflet

Resilience and Yoga – training for the NHS

I run bespoke training for staff, such as nurses and doctors who are working on the front line. I use yoga to provide holistic practical self-care skills to build resilience, improve sleep and give practical tools for reducing stress.

I have worked with The London School of Paediatrics, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust and The Mulberry Centre for Cancer amongst others.

Currently I am working with Christina Jones on the CALM project at Surrey University. CALM; Compassionate, Aware, Lucid, Motivated is a one year teaching project working with student nurses to give them the tools to support them as they transition into the workplace.

Feedback

“Really excellent – made me realise the importance of looking after myself”
“The yoga practice was brilliant”
“Great session – will try to do this every day”