Level 2 Teacher Training

The yoga taught at Byron Yoga Centre is called Purna, meaning integrated or complete. Purna Yoga represents a holistic approach to yoga integrating not just the physical postures but also philosophy, meditation, pranayama breath control and the yogic personal and social code of ethics. The postural instruction is alignment focused. Sequences range from gentle restorative to dynamic. Blocks, belts and bolsters are available to be used to support and modify postures safely.

Byron Yoga Centre

Byron Yoga Centre



19 Sep 2022

08 Oct 2022


20 days face to face


From $3750


The residential segment consists of an intensive program covering subjects in depth to build on the foundation of the Level 1 course. The aim is to expand your knowledge of teaching asana and to explore how to teach pranayama, meditation, and yoga philosophy. There is also an emphasis on encouraging your personal practice, how to ‘walk the talk’ and lead a holistic lifestyle.

Practical and lecture sessions have an average of 18 students and a maximum of 24, they will include the following:

  • Level 2 Asana teaching techniques, alignment, modifications and variations
  • Teaching Methodology for intermediate yoga classes
  • Adjusting and correcting students
  • Advanced Sequencing for classes and private students
  • Women’s health, pre and post natal yoga
  • Level 2 Applied Anatomy and Physiology
  • Level 2 Yoga Philosophy, focus on Yoga Sutras
  • Learn to teach pranayama and meditation
  • Ayurveda, yogic health and lifestyle tools
  • Refining your teaching skills with ‘real life’ practice teaching opportunities from day 1

The focus is to build on your knowledge and experience. All participants get the opportunity to develop their teaching skills in a real-life context in yoga classes for the public.

If you are already a teaching regularly you will gain valuable feedback from our supervising senior teachers and if you looking to kick start your teaching career you will gain confidence.

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