The Byron Yoga Centre Teacher Training courses include daily asana practice; either a yoga class or throughout the day during sessions. We strongly recommend that applicants have a consistent asana practice and are relatively comfortable [...]
Upon successful completion of the Byron Yoga Centre Teacher Training, trainees will receive a Byron Yoga Centre certificate as an acknowledgment. This is the first step toward teaching. With this certificate, new teachers can begin [...]
Byron Yoga Centre is proud to announce the introduction of a Certificate IV level yoga teacher training qualification which is accredited as a VETAB nationally recognised course. Our full time 7 week training is Australia’s [...]
About the The VET Training System Education is one of Australia's best strategies to achieve social, economic and environmental sustainability. Vocational education and training (VET) is 'education and training for work' and part of a [...]
No, the training is not an extreme yoga asana intensive. It is designed as a fun and interactive course that is focussed on achieving a holistic knowledge of yoga and gaining the skills necessary to [...]
John and most of the teachers are Iyengar trained. Our emphasis in asana is on posture and correct alignment rather than a particular style.
If you are already familiar with human anatomy through previous study and have qualifications in physiotherapy or similar, please bring the texts you have available.
Yes, the course is also designed for those who may not wish to be teachers at this stage of their yoga journey, but would like to deepen their own practice and experience of yoga. There [...]
Yes, our tradition respects and honours all paths. Yoga can only deepen your own spirituality.