Yoga Teacher Training Nottingham
Vibrant, traditional Hatha 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training
We have two-course options for Yoga Teacher Training in the UK (Nottingham). An autumn course, running weekends only Saturdays and Sundays, meeting once a month. And a spring course, running weekdays Thursdays and Fridays, once a month.
About the course
We cover the following topics:
- Yoga History and Traditions.
- Yoga Techniques, Teaching Methods,
- Class Plans and Sequencing
- Meditation, Mantras, and Mudra
- Kriyas, Bandhas, Chakras, and Pranayama
- Yoga Humanities, Philosophy, and Ethics,
- Anti-racist Practices and Cultural Awareness
- Anatomy & Physiology, Healthy movement
- Accessible Yoga
Our 200-hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training equips you to be a qualified Yoga Teacher in the UK, Europe, and Worldwide. The course is well-rounded and delivered in a non-dogmatic, practical, and meaningful manner.
This is a carefully constructed Teacher Training programme, with regular ongoing support and input from our experienced teachers.
Who is the 200-hour programme for?
Who is the 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course for?
The programme is designed for any yoga student who would like to expand their knowledge, skills, and understanding of yoga and learn to teach it to an exceptional level. The course is also open to students who may not wish to teach classes to the public but want to gain insight to help their own professional and personal journey, such as physiotherapists or school teachers.
Whatever your motivation to become a Yoga Teacher, the course requires dedication and commitment. It is a carefully constructed programme with regular ongoing support and input from our experienced teachers.
Our Yoga Teacher Training attracts students from across the Midlands, the Northwest, and across the UK and Europe. Please note that if you are travelling from a distance, you are still required to attend the duration of the course. We ask students to have a regular two-year yoga practice to ensure they meet our prerequisites.
A typical UK yoga teaching training day
- 9.30 am-11.00 am: Practical Session – Led Yoga Class
- 11.00am-11.15am: Break
- 11.15 am-1.00 pm: Theory Class (e.g. anatomy/philosophy)
- 1.00 pm-2.00 pm: Lunch-time
- 2.00 pm-4.00 pm: Theory Class (e.g. techniques theory/yogic lifestyle)
- 4.00 pm-4.15 pm: Break
- 4.15 pm-5.30 pm: Teaching Methodology/Practice (getting you teaching)
This is an approximate guide and timings may vary
How are the hours covered?
All Yoga Alliance-accredited Teacher Training Courses require 200 hours of training hours. This course at Bahia Yoga is made up of 180 practical teaching hours, and 20 hours of non-contact time, along with 40 plus hours of home practice, home study, assignments, teaching practice, and class observations. Our course covers a total of 240 hours and fulfills the requirements for the Yoga Alliance certification.
For further details have a look at the Course Structure.
What kind of support will I receive?
Throughout the 200-hour Teacher Training Programmes, you will receive a mixture of one-to-one and group support. Our experienced teachers offer regular feedback and encouragement to help nurture your development. Additionally, you will receive coaching and mentoring from one of our Course Mentors.
To ensure that you match the knowledge you will have gained each month, coursework, home study assignments, and practices are built-in gradually and reflect your skills.
As there is a whole new wealth of knowledge to absorb and learn, it is important to be ready, committed, and prepared both off and on the mat. You will need to create time for weekly home study, along with the upkeep of regular Yoga practice and journal for the duration of the training.
During the training days, you will have scheduled breaks and a balance of practical and theory lessons. We aim to make the learning experience interactive, challenging, yet rewarding, and do all we can to help you develop into the best teacher you can be.
How do I register? Are there any scholarships or community discounts available?
Full price fee: The course fee is £2950.
Global Majority Scholarship: We have two scholarship places available for the Global Majority, people of colour communities which will be offered at half price.
Underrepresented Groups Scholarship: We have two spots available for a 30% reduction for individuals from underrepresented groups, such as those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, or who identify as LGBTQ+.
Community Discount: Community discount of £500 for one individual who cannot afford the full fee. This discount is open to anyone who would like to undertake the training but cannot afford the full fee.
Deadlines for applications for reduced fee spots are three months before the course start date.
Remember to register your interest in the course,
Once you have been offered a place on the course, a deposit of £600 will secure your place.
All fees can be paid in installments over a 6 to 10-month duration.
We are committed to creating an inclusive and accessible space for all individuals who wish to participate in our yoga teacher training programmes. If you have any questions or concerns about our pricing options, please do not hesitate to contact us.
What is the next step after I have completed the course?
Once you have successfully completed the 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Programmes, you will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to teach Yoga. However, there are a few additional steps you may want to consider:
Registering as a teacher with Yoga Alliance (International) accreditation, which the course meets the standards of. This would allow you to display RYT after your name (Registered Yoga Teacher) and use the Yoga Alliance logo. Please note that this is optional and only necessary if you wish to have professional accreditation.
Obtaining a valid insurance certificate, which is required before you can teach. This is to ensure that you are covered in case of any accidents or injuries that may occur during your classes.
We recommend that you consider both of these options for professional reasons.