Cost $3350 (includes all meals and accommodation)
Earlybird Price $3050
*Earlybird – offer only available for bookings made more than 8 weeks prior to course commencement.
Take the next step with your practice … in paradise
Byron Yoga Centre – Teacher Training Course – Byron Bay
Experience makes the difference
Teaching yoga consists of more than simply the skills required to perform asanas correctly or knowledge of anatomy and physiology. Ultimately, the path to teaching yoga with awareness and understanding involves deepening your own practice.
Byron Yoga Centre’s 12 day Intensive Level 2 Teacher Training Course is part A of the fully accredited 500 hour (Yoga Alliance) course (a pre-requisite is completion of an approved 200 hour teacher training course). Part B is conducted by correspondence and includes maintaining a journal of self practice. Part B non-residential is included in the cost. The preparation / study for the 12 day Level 2 Teacher Training Course begins 4 weeks before the course commencement date, then continues by correspondence after the intensive at a personal pace, for as long as the trainee needs.
The course is designed to deliver holistic training that encompasses the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of the yogic path. Completion of Level 1 and Level 2 will facilitate the 500 hours of yoga teacher training recognized by Yoga Alliance and eligibility for recognition by the Yoga Australia Association. The course is one of the first Australian Yoga Teacher Training courses accredited by Yoga Alliance as a 500 hour RYT. This represents a very high qualification in yoga teaching that is recognised both in Australia and internationally. The course is also Fitness Australia approved for 15 CEC’s.
The leading teachers have over 20 years of knowledge and expertise.
Under the guidance of veteran yoga teacher, John Ogilvie, the teaching staff on this course are experienced and dedicated. You’ll be inspired by our resident and guest yoga teachers alike, who ‘walk their talk’, living the yoga lifestyle, and are all knowledgeable and passionate about their subjects.
Other experienced teachers include:
Level 2 Content Overview
- learn to teach pranayama and meditation
- gain the skills and knowledge to teach an intermediate yoga class
- Level 2 Yoga Philosophy
- Level 2 Asanas
- Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology
- practice teaching opportunities from day 1
Students need to arrive on the afternoon of the first day to settle into their accommodation. The first session starts at 3.00pm.
The course finishes on the last day at 11.00am.
|6:00am||-||8:00am||Asanas with focus on Sequencing, Pranayama and Meditation|
|9:00am||-||11:00am||Practical and Lectures|
|1:00pm||-||2:00pm||Lunch and free time|
|2:00pm||-||3:30pm||Practical and Lectures|
|7:00pm||-||8:00pm||Practical, Lectures, Meditation or Yoga Nidra|
Training Location – Byron Yoga Centre, Byron Bay
Established in 1988 by John Ogilvie, Byron Yoga Centre is one of the longest running yoga schools in Australia, located a short walk from town in Byron Bay.
Many students report the food at Byron Yoga Centre to be a highlight. Gathering around the large dining tables together with fellow students and teachers, you’ll make new friends, whilst enjoying our healthy, vegetarian meals that are served three times a day. Our menu is perfect for supporting your yoga practice: market fresh and organic, where possible, and designed along Ayurvedic principals to be light and cleansing. We also cater to allergies and food intolerances.
Stay in comfortable twin/triple share rooms with shared bathroom facilities.
*Accommodation venue will be advised 4 weeks before the course commencement.
You will need to bring your own props to the course. These include:
- yoga mat, strap, block, and eye pillow
If you do not have these you can purchase from us at wholesale prices when you arrive for the course.
All bookings must be paid in full 6 weeks before start date. We offer internet banking and credit card facilities.
Byron Bay – General Information
Cape Byron is Australia’s most easterly point, located on the North Coast of New South Wales. With its numerous beaches, unspoilt hinterland, and relaxed lifestyle, Byron Bay is a popular tourist destination. It is also a place where artists, musicians, dancers, writers, surfers, healers and of course yogis express their diversity and individuality.
The town has all major facilities: a hospital, cinemas, supermarkets, health food stores and great restaurants, as well as a flourishing alternative health industry. Bicycle is the easiest way to get around town and easily organised through Byron Yoga Centre.
The average summer temperature is 21C – 28C, and average winter temperature is 15C – 21C, There are also periods of heavy rainfall, especially in summer. The area has a total annual rainfall of 1734mm.
Byron Shire has a population of close to 30,000, while the town of Byron Bay has a population of about 9,000.
Byron Bay is located just off the Pacific Highway, 800kms north of Sydney, 175kms south of Brisbane. Airports are located in Ballina (30mins south) or Coolangatta (60mins north) and busses and trains arrive regularly.
The following websites provide information about Byron Bay and the surrounding area: