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Rocket Yoga: Immersion 40 Hours CPD with Jamie Blowers

The Rocket Immersion with Jamie Blowers
Thursday 9th May to Sunday 12th May  08.00am-18.00pm in Studio 3

The Rocket is a philosophy of growth, change and lifting-up our energies to strengthen our body and mind. Rocket practice has a faster tempo. Its non-stop movement gives a cardio workout. Strength builds from resisting gravity in arm balances. How do you know you are getting stronger? You can lift yourself off the ground.
The Rocket is appropriate for Ashtanga practice in the West because it dissolves the hierarchy.
“Practicing to feel happier, more at peace, more alive, you have fun...that’s The Rocket.”
Larry Shultz

£400

5 Reasons to join the Rocket immersion:  

1. Inspire yourself. 

Take time out for yourself and re-energise your yoga practice returning to your everyday life refreshed and inspired. 

2. Replenish your practice. 

New information and teaching and practice skills whether you have teaching experience or not.  

3. Focus Yourself. 

Breaking through your barriers with Jamie’s 1 on 1 assistance in developing your Rocket practice and learning the sequence and its modifications to share with others or just to practice yourself. 

4. Receive 40 hours of CPD over Four days of Yoga study and practice including a Rocket Yoga booklet featuring the Rocket yoga sequences.  

The mechanics of flight transitions including: Handstands and Arm balances including Bakasana, Parsva Bakasana, Koundinyasana, Eka Pada Bakasana Astavakrasana, Mayurasana and Pincha Mayurasana. 

5. Kick start wellness ^ Mindfulness. 

These four days will give your strength and stamina and mindfulness a revitalizing boost. 

The Rocket is a philosophy of growth, change and lifting-up our energies to strengthen our body and mind. Rocket practice has a faster tempo. Its non-stop movement gives a cardio workout. Strength builds from resisting gravity in arm balances. How do you know you are getting stronger? You can lift yourself off the ground.
The Rocket is appropriate for Ashtanga practice in the West because it dissolves the hierarchy.
“Practicing to feel happier, more at peace, more alive, you have fun...that’s The Rocket.” 

Larry Shultz .

 

Larry Schultz named it The Rocket as this practice "gets you there faster". Rocket Yoga, popularized by the yoga community in San Francisco, has taken a large UK following nationally and around the world internationally. 

Larry Shultz created The Rocket routine, a series of postures based on a modification of the traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga Primary and Intermediate series, to renew energy and vitality in the body. Larry 

said “The Rocket is designed to wake up the nervous system and feed it the precious Prana it craves while promoting a spirit of change and freedom in the practice.” Larry designed an asana sequence that would invigorate and strengthen students with advanced postures while remaining accessible to beginners by offering modifications and methods to build the postures from the ground up. The Rocket routines are revisions of the traditional Ashtanga series that remove the hierarchy of postures and gives the student the inspiration into their own creative process, while still honouring the core values of the Ashtanga Practice. 

 

What makes The Rocket Unique? 

Full of Arm balances and handstand practice, back bending and spinal twisting, this uplifting sequence of postures has gained global recognition as a feel good experience that opens the body and clears the mind. The Rocket breaks through common areas of tension and energy blockage, combating tendencies towards stagnancy and resistance in the body. Frequent hand stands and arm balances keep the energy levels high and encourage students to connect to their inner power and change their worldview. The playful and upbeat Rocket routine is the perfect counter to the soothing forward bending of the Vinyasa flow and Primary Series. As part of a weekly schedule, this routine creates an energy peak in the cyclic rhythms of the practice sequences. Accessible to all levels, the Rocket routines can give modifications to beginners and variations that challenge even the advanced asana students allowing the benefits to be felt by all. Considered an all-inclusive practice, the Rocket routine can introduce the vigorous practice of Ashtanga yoga to the masses! This allows access to the benefits of these postures without requiring any feats of flexibility or strength. 

 Jamie’s Teaching 

Jamie’s Rocket teaching has a playful creativity, fluidly negotiating around the classic Rocket signature structure. Inversions are a signature that commonly represents the Rocket practice and Jamie’s teaching will support and encourage your evolution towards the practice of these, exciting and uplifting inversions, whether you are lifting one foot off the floor for the first time or refining an established practice. As a master teacher Jamie’s eye for technique is second to none and he is very generous offering hands on and individuated corrections tailored to your personal practice. If you are uncomfortable with hands on adjustments Jamie is perhaps not the best teacher for you. 

About Jamie 

Jamie Blowers is a senior teacher with The Yoga Alliance Professionals and historically the foremost teacher and teacher trainer of The Rocket Yoga Practice in England. His former studios in London and Leeds were the first to adopt the Rocket system of yoga practice in the UK following his studies with the creator of the Rocket, Larry Shultz in San Francisco in 2009. Larry Shultz invited Jamie to lead teacher trainings in 2010 and he has since primarily trained many of the Rocket teachers around the country and practically all the Leeds based Rocket teacher cohort. 

Besides teaching and researching yoga Jamie’s love of movement extends into contemporary dance. Jamie has just completed a Master's Degree in Choreographing 2018 and Is presently pursuing a PhD research project focused on Contemporary Inscriptions of meaning in Yoga practices. 

The Breeze Yoga 30hr Hot Static Yoga Teacher Training with Hassan Hassan

Breeze Yoga Hot Static Yoga Teacher Training for yoga teachers + teachers in training

£450

Dates:

Monday 3rd - Thursday 6th June

7:30am -3:00pm

Who can apply for course?

You will need to have completed an initial teacher training, or currently be in training as a yoga teacher to be eligible to book onto this course.

Breeze Hot Yoga training This 30-hour training offers a comprehensive introduction to Breeze popular Hot Yoga (static). It will give you the skills and knowledge to safely and effectively teach hot classes, whilst simultaneously deepening your appreciation, understanding and personal practice of hot yoga.

About Hot Yoga The Breeze hot yoga is a set sequence of 26 postures & 2 breathing exercises practised in a heated environment of 36-38*C that facilitates safe, deep stretching and a cleansing, detoxifying sweat. The practice incorporates breathing exercises and static (as opposed to flowing) postures to cultivate balance, strength and flexibility, both physically and mentally. Following specific alignment and timing principles, you will work the entire body systematically - restoring the health of every organ, bone, joint, muscle, ligament, nerve and gland. By bringing fresh, oxygenated blood into every part of the body, this hot yoga practice rejuvenates the entire system, leaving you refreshed with a healthy glow. The sequence promotes joint safety, and has been assessed and endorsed by numerous GPs, Physios, - making it a powerful, nurturing and accessible practice for all levels. curriculum

This course will cover:

•Twice daily Breeze yoga hot classes to transform your practice, learn the sequence, and illuminate key teaching points.

• In-depth asana labs to explore alignment principles for the hot poses.

• The principles of sequencing, and the theory behind the hot series. • Best practices for verbal cueing and spoken adjustments.

• How to work with injuries.

 • How to modify the sequence and offer variations of set poses, to safely introduce variety to the sequence.

• Anatomy and physiology.

• Practice teaching sessions and personal feedback to hone your skills. Teachers who successfully complete the training will be eligible to apply to teach this style of hot yoga at Breeze. structure + requirements Course will be set over 4 days. Teachers are expected to arrive on time each day and participate in the practice twice daily. Morning sessions will start at 7.30am + 3.00pm

Faculty
Hassan is a EYRT 500, Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Teacher, Teacher Trainer and Mentor for teachers.
Hassan has taught this hot yoga sequence in 6 of the 7 continents and has a personal 12 year practice. He strongly believes in this no frills, no spiritual jargon yoga that is accessible to absolutely any ‘body’ after seeing countless people of all ages and abilities heal, strengthen and thrive after regular practice.
Hassan currently teaches Hot Yoga at Breeze and studios across London and often teaches workshops globally and due to a lack of trained teachers in the area has decided to put on this training to continue to spread this beautiful healing practice.


Hassan is trained in these lineages, Bikram, Power Yoga, Jason Crandell Advanced Vinyasa, and Norman Blair Yin and continues to source knowledge from these wisdom traditions andShamanism.

Email: Hassan@breezeyoga.co.uk To book or for further information

 

The Breeze 200hr Yoga Teacher Training (September) with Hassan Hassan

Breeze Yoga 200hr Teacher Training

The Breeze YTT is a 200hr Yoga Alliance accredited vinyasa course taught by senior yoga teacher Hassan Hassan. The course will be mainly practical learning with Hassan accompanied by other tutors teaching anatomy and philosophy.

Breeze senior teachers and team are delighted to bring you our transformational teacher training. If you have felt positive changes in your life from your yoga practice and want to share the inner peace and joy then Breeze teacher training is the right course for you. On the Breeze teacher training you will be encouraged to go deeper into the inward gaze and uncover the best version of you so you can then hold space for others to do the same using asana, philosophy, teaching methodology, shamanic principles and a lot more of this sacred and ancient practice. Course begins 20th September for a week intensive then takes place over 5 weekends in this time you will learn 2 general level classes to teach in hot room or traditional studios. Email Hassan@breezeyoga.co.uk for more info

Course Dates

Friday 20th September 2019 – Friday 27th September 2019 (week intensive)

Then takes place over 5 weekends.

Oct 11th 6pm-9pm 12/13th 8am-6pm

Nov 8th 6pm-9pm 9/10 8am-6pm

Nov 22nd 6-9pm 23/24 8am-6pm

Dec 13th 6-9pm 14/15 8am-6pm

Jan 9th/10th 6-9pm 11/12 8am-6pm

20th September 2019 - January 10th 2020

How long is the course?

Friday 20th September 2019 – Friday 27th September 2019 (week intensive)

Then takes place over 5 weekends.

20th September 2019 - January 10th 2020

(Please see dates above.)

Price

£2500 Early Bird

£2800 Full price

Will I be able to come to Breeze classes throughout the YTT?

Yes. Everyone who enrolls on the Breeze 200hr YTT will receive a TT pass to classes to use at the studio during the length of the course. This is something that is very specific to our YTT and invaluable to making sure that you fit in as much practice as possible throughout the course.

 We have an exclusive mentor programme

You will have the opportunity to teach our community classes right after you graduate to put into practice everything you have learned.

We believe at Breeze that your TT is just the start of your teaching career and you should continue to grow and learn throughout your time as a teacher, so after training you will be paired up with a Breeze teacher who will mentor you for the first 6 months.

They’ve also all been through exactly what you are about to, and so can be a shoulder to cry on, or someone who’s brains you can pick if you’re feeling a little bit lost or unsure of what direction you want to take.

You will be introduced to your mentor at the beginning of the programme and encouraged to have regular catch ups with them throughout the course and ongoing as you start your journey as a teacher. 

The mentorship programme is something that is very special to Breeze training.

What style of yoga is taught? 

As part of the History and Philosophy modules, we will be touching on the majority of the ancient and modern-day styles of yoga. However, the majority of the course is focused on a Vinyasa style of yoga, with the sequencing based around this. This course will give you the ability to teach a vinyasa flow class as well as a traditional hatha class. The repertoire of postures covered will give you the ability to teach both dynamic and more calm flow classes. There will also be a module on teaching in the hot room safely and effectively.

How is the course material delivered? 

Teaching methods include: lectures, experiential classes, small and large group work, practice teaching time and individual homework and exercises to encourage in depth learning and discovery.

90% of the 200hr YTT will be live contact hours with your Teachers and Mentors, whilst 10% is personal study and practice.

How much homework is there? 

The Breeze 200 hr YTT is a combination of continuous assessment, practical and written examinations. After each module, reading and small amounts of written work are set. Towards the end of the training, there are slightly longer pieces of work in each subject area to complete. We would suggest that you schedule in between 5 – 10 hours a week for reading and homework in addition to attendance at all the pre-set in studio sessions.

How much practice will I be expected to do throughout the course?

You will be given the sequences that you will learn on training so you can practice them and feel them in your body. We recommend that you begin self-practice with these and attend regular classes (a minimum of 2x per week) with teachers approved by the course tutors. In addition, it is strongly recommended that you begin self-practice at home. This will enable you to experiment creatively, question and work toward integrating what you learn in class. Ultimately, this training is about you discovering your own understanding of yoga and teaching from your personal experience. To do this effectively requires self-practice, contemplation, meditation, acquired knowledge and experience.

As a requirement of the training students must attend a minimum 20 hours of taught classes at Breeze as part of the course (these are included in the price of your course).

Do I need to live in Beckenham? 

Not necessarily, but all contact hours will be in Beckenham, so you’ll need to find your own accommodation for the intensive week at the beginning, and all weekends following. 

Is it possible to work full time alongside the training? 

Absolutely. Aside from the week intensive the majority of the contact hours on the training take place over weekends, including Friday evenings. You will need to take one full week holiday for the intensive week at the beginning of the course and a long weekend at the end of it.

I have particular learning needs, is support available? 

Absolutely, please let us know how we could assist you during this process.

How much does the course cost?

The Breeze 200 hr YTT is £2,500 Early Bird £2800 Full price

The Early Bird rate is £2,500 There will be 10 Early Bird spaces available for each Course.

Course fees include all tuition, mentoring, course manuals + handouts.

A short book list of literature that support the course will be required to compliment the course and will be needed to be purchased by each student in addition to the course fees, the list will be supplied upon acceptance. 

A non-refundable deposit of £500 is required on sign up. The remaining balance will be split into two payments as per the application form.

On signing up, you will be given a schedule of payments.

Please factor in transport, accommodation (if required) and food/ drinks costs for the duration of the course.

Do you take on everyone who applies?

Applicants will be accepted on a first come first served basis, on the basis that they will all have passed the application criteria (a minimum of 2 years practicing yoga).

How many students do you take on the course?

We take a maximum of 24 new students onto each intake.

What level yoga practitioner do I need to be? 

Two years of personal study is highly recommended before undertaking this course. It is strongly suggested that students ready to take the next step into teaching, will first have a serious and dedicated personal practice.

What if I’m not super flexible, and my inversions aren’t perfect? Can I still apply?

Of course, yoga is for everybody and at Breeze we believe that anyone can practice yoga and encourage all body types to attend training if you feel called to. In your training you will learn firstly how to practice for your body and then learn how to safely teach other body types and making yoga accessible for all.

When can I start teaching yoga? 

Once you have passed the Breeze 200hr YTT and hold a valid first aid certificate and insurance, you will be covered to start teaching classes.

We encourage students to start teaching friends and family and our community classes as soon as possible, as practice is key and the more practice you have, the more confident a teacher you will become.

We believe that you will still have lots to learn, even once the course is finished, which is why we have devised the Breeze mentorship Programme, to give you access to great teachers to shadow so you can practice assisting.

Included in the course is a module on The Business of Yoga, which is aimed to give you the skills to build a successful career in the yoga industry. In this module you will cover the process from becoming a new graduate to a fully-fledged Yoga teacher!

 

Where can I work after I’ve graduated?

You will be ready to apply to start teaching in yoga studios, gyms, church halls, community centers or anywhere else where yoga teachers are required.

You may choose to go on additional courses to develop more specific skills, for e.g. Pregnancy Yoga, Yoga for Children, Meditation, Yin Yoga or Hot Yoga.

There are opportunities for our very best graduates to teach classes at Breeze and to become part of our Mentor Programme for the following intake. We can also offer many corporate, promotional and large-scale event opportunities.

Contact : Hassan@breezeyoga.co.uk For more information or to Book Your Place.

Code of Conduct & Cancellation Policy

Code of Conduct

A yoga teacher is expected to live by certain disciplines and codes. These have arisen due to the teacher being an example their students often follow. They have also arisen because the teacher/student relationship must be such that the student feels free to let down their usual social barriers, and be influenced, taught, and be allowed to grow.

The classical rules are as follows

1. To have a regular yoga practice. Teaching is a direct expression of our own practice experience and it is important to always stay connected to why you love yoga and what your intentions are for teaching. If you are not practicing, your teaching will not be coming from a living place, but purely from memory.

2. Non-violence. This means that having developed in or own practice, we will have created a sensitivity to our own bodies, and our own internal energies and we will be practising yoga in a way that causes no harm. This sensitivity is then brought to the student. We carefully ensure students are always practising safely, and create a supportive environment for them to grow and learn. We are always kind, respectful and have the students best interest at heart.

3. Commitment. We understand that a commitment is a form of vow. Vows are the ancient traditional secret of growth.

4. Teachers should not give medical advice or advice that could be interpreted as such, unless they are medically certified to do so. Refer the student to a doctor. Suggestions for diet, therapies, dealing with injuries can be made, but always suggest the person visits their doctor if something is bothering them.

5. Kindness and non-judgement. As teachers we must be sensitive to everyone’s own personal journey, level and state. We need to discipline our own tendencies to react, disagree, judge and to enter in a compassionate openness with the student.

6. Teachers should not date students.

7. Teachers should be committed to continuous self improvement, study and growth, both personally and

professionally. Taking yoga courses, self study, meditation, reading and practise become part of the teachers normal life.

8. Cultivate an open mind to all forms of religion and spirituality.

9. Be honest. If you do not know how to help a student, refer them to another teacher or professional in the area they need.


10. Teachers must be fit and healthy to take the course, this does not mean you have to look amazing or have perfect poses but you must have a good standard of self care and be of sound mind. 

Cancellation Policy

We understand the importance of your time and resources, so we advise you to please book after extra consideration. The booking fee will not be refunded to you or transferred to any other student if you wish to cancel.

There will be no refund of any kind after the start of the course.

If you wish to cancel your current course date, you may transfer your booking fee to another course within a year of the application date. Before your transfer is processed, you must reconfirm the available date with us. This is allowed one time per person, multiple transfers are not permitted. This must be done at least 21 days before the start date of your course.

In case the course fee is fully paid more than a month in advance, the cancellation notice should not be less than 21 days before the commencement of the course. Your full course fee could be transferred to another available date within a year of the application date or to another student at a nominal admin fee of £100. You must reconfirm available dates with us in such a case. Transfer of the full course fee will be allowed only once.

In case of a cancellation performed by Breeze Yoga due to any unavoidable circumstances, full fees or booking amount will be refunded to the student without any charges. It does not apply to cancellations done due to misconduct or unlawful activity performed by a student during a course.

Breeze Yoga & Hassan Hassan hold all rights to refuse or cancel admission without explanation in case of a serious misconduct or unlawful activity by any student on or off the premises.

 

 

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The Breeze 200hr Yoga Teacher Training (APRIL)-with Hassan Hassan (FULLY BOOKED)

Breeze Yoga 200hr Teacher Training

The Breeze YTT is a 200hr Yoga Alliance accredited vinyasa course taught by senior yoga teacher Hassan Hassan. The course will be mainly practical learning with Hassan accompanied by other tutors teaching anatomy and philosophy.

Course Dates

20th April 2019 – 7th July 2019

Week 1:  20th – 27th APRIL (Saturday - Saturday 8am-6pm daily)   

Week 2: 3rd - 5th MAY (Fri 6pm-9pm / Saturday 9am-7pm / Sunday 9am – 5pm)

Week 3: 17th - 19th MAY (Fri 6pm-9pm / Saturday 9am-7pm / Sunday 9am – 5pm)

Week 4: 7th - 9th JUNE (Fri 6pm-9pm / Saturday 9am-7pm / Sunday 9am – 5pm)

Week 5: 21st – 23rd  JUNE (Fri 6pm-9pm / Saturday 9am-7pm / Sunday 9am – 5pm)

Week 6: 4th – 7th  JULY (Thursday - Saturday 9am-7pm daily / Sunday 9am - 5pm)

How long is the course?

The course runs over 3 months and is spilt into 6 weeks/weekends you need to be available for all sessions to complete all 200 hours of the training. (Please see dates above.)

Will I be able to come to Breeze classes throughout the YTT?

Yes. Everyone who enrolls on the Breeze 200hr YTT will receive a TT pass to classes to use at the studio during the length of the course. This is something that is very specific to our YTT and invaluable to making sure that you fit in as much practice as possible throughout the course.

 We have an exclusive mentor programme

You will have the opportunity to teach our community classes right after you graduate to put into practice everything you have learned.

We believe at Breeze that your TT is just the start of your teaching career and you should continue to grow and learn throughout your time as a teacher, so after training you will be paired up with a Breeze teacher who will mentor you for the first 6 months.

They’ve also all been through exactly what you are about to, and so can be a shoulder to cry on, or someone who’s brains you can pick if you’re feeling a little bit lost or unsure of what direction you want to take.

You will be introduced to your mentor at the beginning of the programme and encouraged to have regular catch ups with them throughout the course and ongoing as you start your journey as a teacher. 

The mentorship programme is something that is very special to Breeze training.

What style of yoga is taught? 

As part of the History and Philosophy modules, we will be touching on the majority of the ancient and modern-day styles of yoga. However, the majority of the course is focused on a Vinyasa style of yoga, with the sequencing based around this. This course will give you the ability to teach a vinyasa flow class as well as a traditional hatha class. The repertoire of postures covered will give you the ability to teach both dynamic and more calm flow classes. There will also be a module on teaching in the hot room safely and effectively.

How is the course material delivered? 

Teaching methods include: lectures, experiential classes, small and large group work, practice teaching time and individual homework and exercises to encourage in depth learning and discovery.

90% of the 200hr YTT will be live contact hours with your Teachers and Mentors, whilst 10% is personal study and practice.

How much homework is there? 

The Breeze 200 hr YTT is a combination of continuous assessment, practical and written examinations. After each module, reading and small amounts of written work are set. Towards the end of the training, there are slightly longer pieces of work in each subject area to complete. We would suggest that you schedule in between 5 – 10 hours a week for reading and homework in addition to attendance at all the pre-set in studio sessions.

How much practice will I be expected to do throughout the course?

You will be given the sequences that you will learn on training so you can practice them and feel them in your body. We recommend that you begin self-practice with these and attend regular classes (a minimum of 2x per week) with teachers approved by the course tutors. In addition, it is strongly recommended that you begin self-practice at home. This will enable you to experiment creatively, question and work toward integrating what you learn in class. Ultimately, this training is about you discovering your own understanding of yoga and teaching from your personal experience. To do this effectively requires self-practice, contemplation, meditation, acquired knowledge and experience.

As a requirement of the training students must attend a minimum 20 hours of taught classes at Breeze as part of the course (these are included in the price of your course).

Do I need to live in Beckenham? 

Not necessarily, but all contact hours will be in Beckenham, so you’ll need to find your own accommodation for the intensive week at the beginning, and all weekends following. 

Is it possible to work full time alongside the training? 

Absolutely. Aside from the week intensive the majority of the contact hours on the training take place over weekends, including Friday evenings. You will need to take one full week holiday for the intensive week at the beginning of the course and a long weekend at the end of it.

I have particular learning needs, is support available? 

Absolutely, please let us know how we could assist you during this process.

How much does the course cost?

The Breeze 200 hr YTT is £2,500 early bird,

£2800 Full price

The Early Bird rate is £2,500. There will be 10 Early Bird spaces available for each Course.

Course fees include all tuition, mentoring, course manuals + handouts.

A short book list of literature that support the course will be required to compliment the course and will be needed to be purchased by each student in addition to the course fees, the list will be supplied upon acceptance. 

A non-refundable deposit of £500 is required on sign up. The remaining balance will be split into two payments as per the application form.

On signing up, you will be given a schedule of payments.

Please factor in transport, accommodation (if required) and food/ drinks costs for the duration of the course.

Do you take on everyone who applies?

Applicants will be accepted on a first come first served basis, on the basis that they will all have passed the application criteria (a minimum of 2 years practicing yoga).

How many students do you take on the course?

We take a maximum of 24 new students onto each intake.

What level yoga practitioner do I need to be? 

Two years of personal study is highly recommended before undertaking this course. It is strongly suggested that students ready to take the next step into teaching, will first have a serious and dedicated personal practice.

What if I’m not super flexible, and my inversions aren’t perfect? Can I still apply?

Of course, yoga is for everybody and at Breeze we believe that anyone can practice yoga and encourage all body types to attend training if you feel called to. In your training you will learn firstly how to practice for your body and then learn how to safely teach other body types and making yoga accessible for all.

 

When can I start teaching yoga? 

Once you have passed the Breeze 200hr YTT and hold a valid first aid certificate and insurance, you will be covered to start teaching classes.

We encourage students to start teaching friends and family and our community classes as soon as possible, as practice is key and the more practice you have, the more confident a teacher you will become.

We believe that you will still have lots to learn, even once the course is finished, which is why we have devised the Breeze mentorship Programme, to give you access to great teachers to shadow so you can practice assisting.

Included in the course is a module on The Business of Yoga, which is aimed to give you the skills to build a successful career in the yoga industry. In this module you will cover the process from becoming a new graduate to a fully-fledged Yoga teacher!

 

Where can I work after I’ve graduated?

You will be ready to apply to start teaching in yoga studios, gyms, church halls, community centers or anywhere else where yoga teachers are required.

You may choose to go on additional courses to develop more specific skills, for e.g. Pregnancy Yoga, Yoga for Children, Meditation, Yin Yoga or Hot Yoga.

There are opportunities for our very best graduates to teach classes at Breeze and to become part of our Mentor Programme for the following intake. We can also offer many corporate, promotional and large-scale event opportunities.

Contact : Hassan@breezeyoga.co.uk For more information or to Book Your Place.

Code of Conduct & Cancellation Policy

Code of Conduct

A yoga teacher is expected to live by certain disciplines and codes. These have arisen due to the teacher being an example their students often follow. They have also arisen because the teacher/student relationship must be such that the student feels free to let down their usual social barriers, and be influenced, taught, and be allowed to grow.

The classical rules are as follows

1. To have a regular yoga practice. Teaching is a direct expression of our own practice experience and it is important to always stay connected to why you love yoga and what your intentions are for teaching. If you are not practicing, your teaching will not be coming from a living place, but purely from memory.

2. Non-violence. This means that having developed in or own practice, we will have created a sensitivity to our own bodies, and our own internal energies and we will be practising yoga in a way that causes no harm. This sensitivity is then brought to the student. We carefully ensure students are always practising safely, and create a supportive environment for them to grow and learn. We are always kind, respectful and have the students best interest at heart.

3. Commitment. We understand that a commitment is a form of vow. Vows are the ancient traditional secret of growth.

4. Teachers should not give medical advice or advice that could be interpreted as such, unless they are medically certified to do so. Refer the student to a doctor. Suggestions for diet, therapies, dealing with injuries can be made, but always suggest the person visits their doctor if something is bothering them.

5. Kindness and non-judgement. As teachers we must be sensitive to everyone’s own personal journey, level and state. We need to discipline our own tendencies to react, disagree, judge and to enter in a compassionate openness with the student.

6. Teachers should not date students.

7. Teachers should be committed to continuous self improvement, study and growth, both personally and

professionally. Taking yoga courses, self study, meditation, reading and practise become part of the teachers normal life.

8. Cultivate an open mind to all forms of religion and spirituality.

9. Be honest. If you do not know how to help a student, refer them to another teacher or professional in the area they need.


10. Teachers must be fit and healthy to take the course, this does not mean you have to look amazing or have perfect poses but you must have a good standard of self care and be of sound mind. 

Cancellation Policy

We understand the importance of your time and resources, so we advise you to please book after extra consideration. The booking fee will not be refunded to you or transferred to any other student if you wish to cancel.

There will be no refund of any kind after the start of the course.

If you wish to cancel your current course date, you may transfer your booking fee to another course within a year of the application date. Before your transfer is processed, you must reconfirm the available date with us. This is allowed one time per person, multiple transfers are not permitted. This must be done at least 21 days before the start date of your course.

In case the course fee is fully paid more than a month in advance, the cancellation notice should not be less than 21 days before the commencement of the course. Your full course fee could be transferred to another available date within a year of the application date or to another student at a nominal admin fee of £100. You must reconfirm available dates with us in such a case. Transfer of the full course fee will be allowed only once.

In case of a cancellation performed by Breeze Yoga due to any unavoidable circumstances, full fees or booking amount will be refunded to the student without any charges. It does not apply to cancellations done due to misconduct or unlawful activity performed by a student during a course.

Breeze Yoga & Hassan Hassan hold all rights to refuse or cancel admission without explanation in case of a serious misconduct or unlawful activity by any student on or off the premises.

 

 

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