200 hr Yoga Teacher Training
A 200 hour Yoga intensive teaching training that starts January 2021 and finishes in October 2021 at the Lotus Loft, Exeter.
The course consists of 11 weekends of practical and theoretical study. Upon completion you will be able to register with Yoga Alliance as a teacher and start teaching. This course aims to be fun, inspiring and interactive, integrating philosophical teachings and weaving in anatomy throughout the course. You will have regular mentoring, feedback and support with your teacher Lisa throughout the course.
....and yes you can do a Yoga teacher training just because you love Yoga!
Asanas - sun salutations, standing poses, twists, backbends, hip openers, forward bends, inversion, arm balances, restoratives.
Pranayama - practice, preparing, contraindications, anatomy, physiology, types.
Meditation - practice, preparation and application.
Anatomy, biomechanics, physiology, injuries.
Your practice - developing a daily yoga and meditation practice.
Philosophy and history
Teaching skills - teaching, sequencing, theming, adjusting, assisting, safety, teaching different levels, class structure.
Effective use of props - blocks, straps, bolsters & chairs.
Ethics, responsibility, community.
Business of Yoga
Subtle anatomy and theory - kosas, nadis, meridians, chakras, mantra, mudras.
Course Dates 2021
23/24 January, 13/14 February, 6/7 March, 10/11 April, 22/23 May, 5/6 June, 17/18 July, 7/8 August, 25/26 September, 16/17 and 23/24 October.
What to expect
A Yoga teacher training can be inspiring, fun, tiring, emotional and the begining of a whole new journey. Please make sure you have the time, support and commitment for self practice and to enjoy and get the most out of it (and to complete assignments:)
Students must attend 100% of the course and complete all coursework to graduate. Additional teaching hours for missed time will incur a charge.
Entry requirements & cost
Students must have a minimum of 2 years regular practice and complete the application form. The course costs £2,495. A non-returnable non-transferable deposit of £495 is required to book.
To read the Terms and Conditions of the course please click here - Terms and Conditions
About your teacher Lisa Roberts SYRT BSc Hons
Im delighted to be offering this teacher training after many years of attending teacher trainings, workshops, studying and teaching yoga. I continue to be inspired and learn from these practices and consider it to be a privilege and great gift to both be a teacher and to pass on the teachings.
I began my Yoga practice squashed between the sofa and a woodburner (excellent props!) with a book i found in a charity shop in Falmouth. There were no Yoga studios at the time! I was fascinated, hooked and began to seek out teachers wherever i was. I was so fortunate to meet Bridget Woods Kramer when she opened a studio in Truro and began teacher training with her in 2004. I have been studying ever since with Bridget and many other great teachers. I have 15 years teaching experience and now teach regularly at my studio in Topsham and run retreats in Europe.
In my past life before Yoga i studied psychology and global development. I also have a degree in Chinese Medicine and practise acupuncture. My husband and I opened Estuary Clinic, an integrated health clinic in 2013 and are passionate about helping people find good health and happiness.
200 hour Yoga Certificate with Bridget Woods Kramer
Senior Registered Yoga Teacher Yoga Alliance
Post graduate Yoga training:
Pre and Post natal yoga,
Anatomy for Yoga teachers,
Assisting and Adjusting,
Restorative Yoga and many Anusara trainings, retreats and workshops.
Philosophy lectures with Bill Mahony,
Yoga History and Philosophy.
Sivananda Yoga Training, Kerala.
BSc Hons Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture
BSc Hons Global Development
History and Philosophy
SYT Yoga Alliance BSc Hons Literature BA Hons MA Philosophy
I began yoga with my mum over 20 years ago and it has been my tool kit for life’s challenges ever since. I began teaching as an Anusara Yoga Teacher – a Vinyasa style – under the close tutelage of Bridget Woods-Kramer (Triyoga, London) in 2005.
I became an Ashtanga practitioner in 2008 and am dedicated to daily practice of this method. I practice up to the fourth posture of fourth series. When my practice changed I studied and teacher trained with John Scott as an Ashtanga Teacher and continue to assist him when he is in the UK.
I am running evening Mysore at Meadowlark from Spring 2019 and teach on their teacher training programme. I am a Senior Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance Professionals.
My extensive trainings in two styles inform my teaching. Most regularly I teach Ashtanga Mysore and Led classes in the traditional method devised by Sri K Pattabhi Jois.
However, I still enjoy teaching vinyasa and power classes. These focus on traditional Hatha yoga postures and are well themed and sequenced, often around specific bio-mechanical alignment principles to help students to practice intelligently and pain free; cleansing their bodies, supporting their nervous and immune systems and quietening the mind, whilst building strength and flexibility.
I am part of a teacher training team at Meadowlark Yoga in Edinburgh and enjoy teaching yoga philosophy and the history of Modern Postural Yoga alongside the Asana, Pranayama and Meditation training.
Lisa and Amy began their journey as nervous new teachers together in Cornwall at Bridgets studio encouraging each other and love nothing more than to hang out and chat all things Yoga.
John Wyn Parry
Anatomy & Physiology
Bsc Hons Acupuncture BSc Hons Osteopathy GOSC BAcC
Beginnings his studies in Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, John went on to study Osteopathy with the desire to learn and understand more about the human body, movement and biomechanics. He has also studied functional movement and anatomy and breathing pattern disorders giving him a deep understanding of how the body moves and breathes.
He has 18 years experience as a practitioner successfully treating hundreds of patients with a wide range of musculo-skeletal disorders or health issues. He also is a lecturer and clinical supervisor at Marjon on the Osteopathy Masters programme.
John practices Yoga, is a proud dad of two, a keen swimmer, loves rugby, gadgets, DIY and magic.