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Presence, not performance 200 hour yoga teacher training 

“Health is the greatest gift” -The Buddha

An increasing body of research reveals that a regular yoga practice can improve physical and mental health, while helping people feel more connected to themselves and those around them.


Becoming anchored in a yoga practice not only nourishes and nurtures the individual, it also has the potential to help society by reducing some of the pressures on overstretched healthcare systems as people more readily take important aspects of their health into their own hands.

Teaching yoga is an absolute joy. It’s a sustainable and thriving career in an industry worth $80 billion annually. I’ve made some of my best friends teaching yoga. I finally have a career that is flexible and makes a positive contribution to the wellbeing of others.


I've been practicing yoga since I was a child and teaching classes, workshops and retreats full time since 2015, with thousands of hours teaching experience. I have delivered three teacher trainings, with 100% of the students graduating first time. I’ve taught very diverse populations, beginners, experienced, reluctant yogis, Premier League football teams and people with life limiting illnesses. Having practiced, studied and taught yoga inside out and upside down, I can say with authority that yoga is for every body and am keen to train more teachers to share the unlimited benefits of yoga and meditation.


I have numerous qualifications including a Masters in the Traditions of Yoga and Meditation at SOAS University of London. 

My yoga teacher training course is comprised of 10 weekends in Hove. We train Friday 1-5pm, Saturday 9am -5pm, Sunday 1-5pm.
You'll become a qualified yoga teacher, able to teach a range of styles like hatha flow, vinyasa, restorative and yin. You'll also discover that specific labels of yoga limit a teacher's potential. That's why I don't categorise the style, its best to teach the people in front of you, the type of yoga they need. There are no ongoing licences or qualification requirements and you can teach in person, online and internationally.
The cost is £2500 (paid in instalments) or £2200 per person when you book with a friend. Please email me for the full course details and upcoming dates.
As part of your YTT research, I recommend you look at various course formats to decide which one is the perfect fit for you. I can also connect you to a Do Your OM Thing Yoga Teacher graduate, so you can hear their perspective. 
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