What type of yoga teacher will I be when I graduate?
You will be an Indaba 200 hour Yoga Teacher.
What style of yoga will be taught?
The training will honour the traditional Hatha-Raja lineage of yoga and classical philosophy, whilst taking advantage of the many modern scientifically based advancements of asana techniques and teaching methods. Hatha-Raja is the traditional style of yoga that focuses on all eight limbs of Yoga (Patanjali’s Ashtanga system). Hatha, the outward quest (mastery of the body) and Raja, the inward quest (mastery of the mind) with the ultimate goal of Self-Realisation, the merging of the ego-self (which identifies with body & mind) with the Universal Self.
Is the course certified?
Our 200hr teacher training course is fully approved by the US Yoga Alliance Professionals and qualifies you to teach yoga on completion of the course. You will be recognised as an Indaba 200hr Yoga Alliance Certified Hatha-Raja yoga teacher and are eligible to register with the Yoga Alliance and become a Registered yoga teacher.
What is the course structure?
The format has been designed to be manageable with other commitments whilst immersing you in the course and giving space between trainings to digest and absorb the content. The course comprises of 24 days in total, with an initial 12-day programme starting on the 29th October and finishing on the 10th November (Sunday 4th November off), followed by four weekends:
Saturday 17th -Sunday 18th November
Friday 23rd - Sunday 25th November
Friday 30th -Sunday 2nd December
Thursday 13th- Sunday 16th December
What are the course requirements?
We recommend you have had a regular yoga practice for at least two years, ideally with a self-practice and some understanding of yoga beyond the practical asana practice.
What happens if I miss a day?
It is compulsory to attend all of the teaching modules. Any modules you miss will need to be re-arranged and completed with the relevant teachers. Any costs incurred will need to be personally covered.
Will there be a course graduation?
There will be a graduation ceremony at the end of the training where you will receive your Indaba School of Yoga 200hr YTT certificate. The teaching faculty will give approval for each student to graduate based on attendance, course participation and successful completion of assignments.
Will there be exams?
On going assessment throughout the programme will be set by the course teachers and include a final written exam.
Do I get a discount at Indaba during the training?
During the course period you will receive unlimited complimentary access to all of Indaba’s studio classes (29th October - 16th December).
Are payment plans available?
In line with our mission to make yoga more accessible, payment plans will be available. On acceptance on to the course, a non-refundable deposit of £480 is required to confirm your place. Payment plans of the remaining balancing can be arranged, this balance must be paid in full by 28th September 2018.
Where will the course take place?
All modules will be taught at 63 Sun Studios in De Beauvoir, London. Set in the quiet De Beauvoir area, the white walled studio has polished oak floors and is filled with natural light and has A/C, kitchen and shower facilities.
How many people will be on the course?
The course is limited to 25 students and will be filled on a first come first serve basis on acceptance to the course after interview. We suggest you apply as soon as possible to guarantee your place.
Will there be a reading list?
Yes we will provide you will a pre-reading list that will need to be purchased and also a suggested reading list.
What is the application process?
Firstly fill out the online application form here and pay the £20 registration fee via Mindbody here. Applications without payment will not be considered. Successful applicants will then be invited to interview at the studio or via Skype. After your interview, you will be notified if you have been successful in joining the course.
Please contact us below or via firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions rather than calling the studio.