BECOME A YOGA TEACHER
YOGA | WELLNESS | LIFE
TEACHER TRAINING COURSES
Why choose Metta yoga teacher training at The Rocci Tree?
We cover yoga from the roots to the canopy. Our modules contain everything you need to become a confident and safe yoga teacher.
Here at The Rocci Tree, we believe that a great yoga teacher should be able to share their love and knowledge of yoga with everybody, no matter the size of their trunk, the length of the branches, or whether our students are saplings or ancient oaks.
Our intention is to encourage you to share this wonderful world of wellness with others, giving you the confidence and ability to become an amazing teacher who will continue to share this knowledge with kindness and attention to detail with everyone who has the courage to come to your class.
Our aim for this course is to build your knowledge and understanding of classic and modern yoga practices, giving you the tools and self-confidence to start running yoga classes as soon as you graduate.
Our in-depth course will allow you to discover and understand the body, mind, and yoga including
Anatomy and Physiology, inside and out.
History of Yoga
First Aid training
We will give you a great grounding in teaching classes and 121s, using verbal cues, adjustments, and props. As well as giving you the tools to set up and run a successful yoga teaching business.
Once completed you will become a yoga alliance accredited 200 hours Yoga Teacher, ready and raring to start teaching your own classes or 121’s.
There are 7 modules to our Teacher Training and you can join our course on any module (no need to wait a year to start training).
All modules will be completed at the studio.
Sessions happen on a Sunday from 9.30-2.30 pm, Each module takes 6 weeks to complete.
More information about our Modules:
Anatomical Focus: Leg’s, Hips and Pelvis
Pose Focus: Standing balances and Hip Openers
Class Room Focus: History and Hormones
Anatomical Focus: Teaching Practise
Pose Focus: Building family tree’s into class plans
Class Room Focus: Business, class planning
Anatomical Focus: Head and Neck
Pose Focus: Inversions
Class Room Focus: Pratyahara, pranayama, meditation
Anatomical Focus: Feet and ankles
Pose Focus: Standing Poses
Class Room Focus: Yama’s and Niyama’s
Anatomical Focus: Rib cage and spine
Pose Focus: Twists, all fours
Class Room Focus: Nervous Systems, Internal organs. Fascia
Anatomical Focus: Upper torso, Shoulders, Arms, Hands
Pose Focus: Backbends and Arm Balances
Class Room Focus: Bandha's, Mudra
Anatomical Focus: Energy
Pose Focus: Forward Bends
Class Room Focus: Chakra’s, Nadis and kosha
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