300 HOUR

YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

& ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME

ADVANCE YOUR TEACHING WITH OUR 300 HOUR TRAINING

Our 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training & Enrichment Programme offers unique and in-depth content that takes your knowledge and skills to another level. Curating your course around a set of mandatory units of study with additional content that suits your interests or specialisms means you continue to become the yoga teacher that you want to be.

  • 18 days of outstanding training on Core Modules and 20 days of inspiring Elective Courses with highly experienced tutors who think outside the box

  • We support your pace. You can begin your study at any time starting with the Core Modules or one of our elective short courses. Our mentor support will follow your individual progress through the course to successful completion. Study at your own pace but allow 24 months from the start of your first course or module

  • Application of embodied practice, somatics, and trauma-sensitivity throughout

  • Small group training (10-14) for optimum personal and professional enrichment

  • Bursaries and financial support available

  • 500 Hour accreditation with Yoga Alliance International & The Independent Yoga Network (in progress)

JAN - JUN 2021  |  LONDON   from £3,762

COURSE CONTENT

The 300 hour training requires you to log 270 hours of studio-based contact. This is divided into Core Modules (18 days) and Elective Courses (20 days). While Core Modules are mandatory, Elective Courses can be selected from our collection of Courses. The remaining 30 hours are 'non-contact' and completed in your own time with study and assessment.

CORE MODULES

Core Modules are mandatory units of study that are divided into modules and represent 18 days of contact time. Each module is condensed into 3 days so that each weekend stands alone, making it easier for you to spread the training. 

UNIT 1 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

Module 1a (3 days)

Experiential Embryology & Yoga Practice - The Origins of Movement, Structure and Breath

Module 1b (3 days)

Experiential Anatomy & Yoga Practice - Container and Content: The Skeletal Organ Relationship 

UNIT 2 TECHNIQUES, TRAINING & PRACTICE

Module 2a (3 days)

Embodied Asana/Forms & Sequencing - The Developmental Movement Patterns

UNIT 3 TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Module 2b (3 days)

Communication, Consent & Contact

UNIT 4 YOGA PHILOSOPHY, LIFESTYLE & ETHICS

Module 3a (3 days)

Embodied Sanskrit and Voice - Vibration, Sound & Script

Module 3b (3 days)

Service, Vocation & Business

ELECTIVE COURSES

Curate your 20 days of Elective Courses by choosing from our portfolio of CPD Courses so that your training is tailored to your interests. We're adding new courses all the time so do keep your eyes peeled. Courses vary in duration and location so you choose the best fit for you.

Where and when are will the training days be held?

 
 
 
 

"This training is a journey that takes you exactly where you need to be, not necessarily where you thought you were going. Go with an open heart and mind and it will be one of the greatest journeys of your life!"

DAVID, STUDENT

DATES & VENUE

The following dates and venue are relevant for our next 300 hour yoga teacher training starting in 2021 although you can start at any time with pre-course study and Elective Courses.

CORE MODULE DATES

Core Modules are held over 6 weekends (Friday-Sunday). 

Three of our Core Modules are running in 2020: Embryology, Movement & Enquiry in February, Communication, Consent & Contact in April, and Service, Vocation & Business in June. In 2021 and 2022 the complete set of Core Modules will run from January to June (see calendar below for 2021 dates). 

 

You'll make up the rest of your course contact hours (Elective Courses) by signing up for individual CPD Courses, which you can easily fit in to your schedule. 

Experiential Embryology & Yoga Practice
Experiential Anatomy & Yoga Practice
Embodied Asana & Sequencing
Communication, Consent & Contact
Embodied Sanskrit & Voice
Service, Vocation & Business

TRAINING VENUE

Training days for Core Modules will be held at The ARC Centre in Islington, London. The centre is easily accessible with good transport routes as well as accommodation options for those that need them.Free tea is included on all training days!

The location for Elective Courses will vary as they take place in various venues across London.

What kind of study is involved and how will you be assessed?

STUDY & ASSESSMENT

Throughout the 300 hour training, you'll need to set aside time to dive into the required study. This is necessary for building up your 30 hours of non-contact time required to reach the 300 hour expectation. You'll also need to complete various assignments, practical assessments as well as attend training days and observations in order to graduate. 

STUDY

PRE-COURSE STUDY

You'll receive pre-course study for each of the Core Modules and Elective Courses (such as reading, research and self-reflective work) so that you can fully participate in discussions. Your tutors will guide you on this, but as a guideline you should allow 4-8 hours for a typical Core Module or Elective Course. These hours contributes to your non-contact hours requirements for certification.

 

ONLINE ANATOMY COURSE

If you haven't already completed the online Anatomy Course (part of the Barefoot Body 200-Hour Teacher Training & Enrichment Programme) you'll need to set aside time for that. This will contribute 20 hours of your necessary contact hours requirement. Please note that you'll also need to pay a £150 fee which allows a 12 month access to all course materials and videos.

ON-COURSE STUDY

You'll be required to do some reading, research or to prepare assignments around each training weekend to fully integrate content and practices, and to receive feedback from your tutors. As a guideline you should expect 2-4 hours of home study time following each Module or Elective Course.

MATERIALS

Course handouts will be provided for each module and elective course as necessary. You'll also need access to a computer, internet, camera, printer, and stationery.  Mats and props are provided on training days at the ARC Centre. 

In addition to studio contact hours, you'll need to successfully complete a number of written assignments and practical assessments. These are designed for you to demonstrate your skills and learning, and for tutors to offer constructive feedback. 

ASSESSMENTSFOR CORE MODULES

  • 3 written assignments and a variety of worksheets

  • Self-reflective practice journals

  • Glossary of yogic terms & concepts

  • Personal teaching reference portfolio

  • 6-week "improvers" course to be taught to a small group (4-8 people)

  • Ongoing assessment of teaching skills through core modules

  • Video recording of your class teaching

  • You are also required to attend and log at least 20 yoga classes over the course of the training as well as 4 class observations with a suitably qualified teacher

ASSESSMENTS FOR ELECTIVE COURSES

Each of the Elective Courses will have their own assessment methods and criteria along similar lines to the Core Modules (see above). Find out more on each individual course page. View collection of Elective Courses here > 

ATTENDANCE

There is a minimum requirement for successful Yoga Alliance certification of 270 contact hours or studio time distributed throughout Core Modules and Elective Courses. You don't have to attend all the Core Modules in one year so if you miss one, you're able to make it up the following year. If, however, you're signed up to attend a training for a Core Module or Elective Course and are unable to make one of the days, we'll help you catch up the content you missed with the relevant tutor, usually via Skype/Zoom. Please note that an additional fee is payable in these cases. 

ASSESSMENT

How much does it cost? Are payment plans or bursaries available?

 
 
 
 
 
 

FEES & PAYMENT

Course fees start from £3,762 with payment plans to help spread the cost. Bursaries are available, and we're pleased to offer Barefoot Body 200-Hour graduates a 10% discount. Included in the fees:

  • 18 days of face-to-face tuition on Core Modules

  • 20 Elective days from our portfolio of CPD Courses

  • Course handouts  

  • 4 hours of one-on-one mentoring via Skype

  • Unlimited tea on training days!

PAYMENT PLANS

We're committed to minimising financial barriers, which is why we offer generous payment plans. Those that have graduated from the Barefoot Body 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training & Enrichment Programme are eligible for a 10% discount. If these options aren't suitable, please contact us to discuss a plan that works for you. 

OPTION 1

£1,000 deposit

+ 

£2,762 within 6 weeks of registration

TOTAL: £3,762

OPTION 2

£1,000 deposit

+ 

12 monthly payments of £265

TOTAL: £4,180

BB GRADUATES

£1,000 deposit

+ 

12 monthly payments of £230

TOTAL: £3,415

ADDITIONAL COSTS

  • books from the required reading lists (although we do our best to locate free online resources)

  • making up missed training days

  • remarking and resubmitting assignments and/or assessments

  • admin fee of £40 for payment plans that include installments

  • travel, accommodation, and catering/subsistence costs

  • costs associated with attending 20 yoga classes and 4 class observations with a suitably qualified teacher

  • costs associated with access to a computer, internet connectivity, email account, printer, stationery, and camera for video assignment (contact us for Learning Support)

  • First Aid course (not essential but highly recommended)

  • Online Anatomy Fundamentals Course (additional fee of £150 added to deposit payment if not already completed)

 

*DEPOSIT & REFUNDS

In order to secure your place on the teacher training, you'll need to pay a deposit of £1,000 and then arrange a standing order for monthly installments. Please note that the deposit is non-refundable in all circumstances. We will only refund fees paid-to-date, minus your deposit within three calendar months of the start date of your first Core Module or elective Short Course. No refunds will be offered on fees paid-to-date after that time, and you will be contractually responsible for any fees outstanding. Fees are non-transferable to another training.

BURSARIES 

 

As part of our commitment to accessibility, we're proud to offer a bursary and scholarship scheme for this yoga teacher training course. 

 

Applicants must be able to demonstrate their need for financial support, their dedication to the practice of yoga, as well as present their vision for taking the practice off the mat and out into community/outreach settings.

 

To make an application, please complete our short, confidential form.

> TUTORS

Who will be teaching on the training programme?

 
 
 

I doubt you could find better teachers to guide you. They share their knowledge and experience with integrity, and create a safe, supportive learning environment.

ASTELLE, STUDENT

TUTORS

Our core faculty of senior tutors are experts in their fields. You also have access to some exceptional guest tutors and two world renowned anatomy tutors for your online anatomy course. 

BEVERLEY NOLAN

Founder & Senior Tutor with expertise in embodied anatomy and professional practice

TIFFANY THORNE

Senior Tutor with expertise in history, philosophy and sanskrit

ASHLEY MACDONALD

Senior Tutor with focus on trauma-sensitivty & pedagogy

TAMARA ASHLEY

Senior Tutor with expertise in somatics, sequencing, and pranayama

RACHAEL MOORE

Guest Tutor with expertise in sequencing and flow

FABIANO CULORA

Guest Tutor with expertise in somatics and pedagogy

AKI

OMORI

Guest Tutor with expertise in embodied anatomy

THEO WILDCROFT

Guest Tutor with expertise in inclusivity and community

LESLIE KAMINOFF

Online Anatomy Tutor

AMY MATTHEWS

Online Anatomy Tutor

What are the application requirements? Is graduation guaranteed? How is the training accredited?

 

OTHER INFO

PRE-REQUISITES

In order to be eligible for a place on this teacher training, you should have an existing 200 hour yoga teacher certificate. You'll be asked to scan and send this in to us as part of your application process. 

GRADUATION

Participating in the training is not enough to graduate from the course. To graduate successfully (and acquire 300 hour accreditation) you'll need to meet the following criteria: 

  • Attend 270 hours of studio contact time, equivalent to 38 training days (ie. 18 days of Core Modules + 20 days of Electives) within 3 years

  • Complete written assignments and practical assessments to a satisfactory standard

  • Attend and log 20 yoga classes 

  • Attend and log 4 class observations

ACCREDITATION

This course is undergoing accreditation with Yoga Alliance (International) at 300 hour level, and the Independent Yoga Network. Once you've graduated successfully (and based on your current 200 hour status) you'll be eligible to: 

  • Register with Yoga Alliance as a RYT500 (once you've accrued a further 100 teacher hours after graduation)

  • Update your membership status with the Independent Yoga Network (UK) based on their requirements

  • Add your new training hours towards any further courses with Yoga Alliance Professionals or the Independent Yoga Network

 
 
 
 
 

QUESTIONS?

GET IN TOUCH

We're sure you have plenty of questions and we warmly welcome them. We'd love to advise and support you on your continuing professional development as a yoga teacher. Send us an email or simply fill out the form below.