2 year Part Time Course (1120 Hours)
NEW COURSES COMMENCING
Monday 11th February 2019
Saturday 16th February, 2019
This course is comprised of a total of 1120 hours of training. These hours include course contact time and home study time. The hours are comprised of 500 hours of Yoga Studies-Hatha Yoga Practitioners Certificate training and 620 hours of the Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching studies. To be eligible for entry into the Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching Course participants are required to have reached a high level of competency in all areas of Yoga theory and practice and have successfully completed the Yoga Studies Hatha Yoga Practitioners Certificate course 500 hours or equivalent.
It is envisaged that participants undertaking this course will have a sincere and caring nature and will be an inspiration to others, together with having a genuine interest in sharing the philosophies and teachings of yoga. Applicants should be well established in their own personal practice and have a thorough understanding of all aspects of Yoga and their related disciplines.
The course is designed to give participants:
ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF YOGA TEACHING 1ST YEAR SUBJECTS
ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF YOGA TEACHING 2ND YEAR SUBJECTS
The successful completion of all 26 subjects will qualify the participant for the VIYETT Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching.
2019 February Course Dates
Monday 11th February,
Saturday 16th February, 2019
2018 Student Information Session
Saturday 1st December, 2018 (1.00pm-2.00pm)
If you are unable to attend the information session please give us a call and make an appointment to discuss your study options.
The aim of the VIYETT Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching is to educate and train individuals seeking a career as a professional yoga teacher. During the course of study trainees will be guided through the basic foundations of a yoga practice to the more advanced practices of yoga which will assist in developing their own personal practice and also equip the trainee teacher with all of the necessary skills to teach yoga in a professional and confident manner to a diverse range of people in the community.
Trainees will explore a variety of topics and techniques that are common to the practice of yoga and by the end of the course the trainee will have developed all of the necessary skills to plan, develop and conduct a number of different classes and workshops that may be presented to the general public.
On completion of the course graduates will have attained a high level of competency in all aspects of yoga teaching and philosophy based on in- depth experience and understanding of the meaning and processes that constitute the practice of yoga.
All of the teachings at VIYETT are based on the classical Raja Yoga System and the Eight Limbs of Yoga. During the course of study students will extensively explore the rich history, philosophy and culture of the yogic tradition in order to gain a broader understanding of the traditions of yoga in modern day life.
We are currently accepting enrolments for the February 2019"Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching" Course
THE TEMPLE OF THE BODY
Here in this body are sacred rivers; here are the sun and the moon, as well as all the pilgrimage places. I have not encountered another temple as blissful as my own body.
The VIYETT Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching is a Registered Training Course with Yoga Australia. The Director of VIYETT Maya Hansajati is a Senior Level 3 Yoga Teacher/Trainer.
If you have any queries in relation to any of the courses please do not hesitate to contact Sally Macgowan or Maya Hansajati from the Victorian Institute of Yoga Education And Teacher Training on (03) 9533 1347 at your earliest convenience or