We take great care in the process of application and enrolment to our trainings. To enable us to ascertain your eligibility, we ask you to email us a written application presenting your personal details, background and yoga experience using the table below as a guideline. We also need from you:
|•||1 photo of yourself|
|•||2 letters of reference|
Our course is strictly limited to a maximum of 20 students. All applications will be responded to within 7 working days and will be considered in order of receipt, as will a wait list at the point the course places all appear allocated.
Our courses generally fill up quickly, so we encourage you to apply early to secure your place.
Please prepare your written application by providing us with the following information, as applicable:
|PROFESSION AND EDUCATION||
YOGA EXPERIENCE(min 2 years of consistent practice)
|HEALTH AND FITNESS||
Please note: Unless you are currently a regular student of a Yoga Academy tutor you may be requested to attend an interview or class with a Yoga Academy tutor prior to acceptance on this course.
Where to apply?
Please prepare your application electronically and send it by email to our Teacher Training Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our postal address is:
The Yoga Academy, Administration Office
9 Derwent Close
West Sussex , PO20 2FQ, UK
At any point during the application process, please feel free to contact us at our email address above or call us on 07824 600619 with any questions that you may have in any area of the course. Should you wish to speak to a previous graduate, we would be very happy to connect you with one of our prior trainees who has completed the course.
Acceptance and confirmation
If you are offered a place on this course, we will send you The Yoga Academy Registration Form, which we ask you to complete as acceptance of confirmation of place and return to us with your registration payment. Once your registration form and payment have been received, we will send you our list of pre-course study requirements and course books and the title of your allocated shared-library book.
... “But what you love to see are faces
that do work and feel thirst.
You love most of all those who need you
as they need a crowbar or a hoe.
You have not grown old, and it is not too late
to dive into your increasing depths
where life calmly gives out its own secret”
Rainer Maria Rilke
excerpt from ‘Das Studenbuch’