YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
WHAT IS AN IYENGAR YOGA TEACHER...
An Iyengar Yoga teacher must complete rigorous training to become fully qualified. The Iyengar Yoga method is recognised and respected as one of the most deeply faceted forms as it holds a practical, philosophical and spiritual value for all. An Iyengar Yoga teaching certificate is valid worldwide.
Only Certified Iyengar Teachers are entitled to use the name of yoga master BKS Iyengar and his teaching method. Each Certified Teacher is committed to upholding the excellence and purity of Iyengar Yoga, one of the words most widely practiced yogas.
HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR TRAINING TEACHER...
Yoga teacher training can be an intense process. It is vital that you & your training teacher have a solid relationship.
Based on certain criteria, I accept local trainees (I live in Melbourne, Australia), and I also mentor trainees who live in different locations.
While direct contact & class attendance is an important part of the ongoing training, if this is impossible on a weekly basis due to your location, then please contact me directly. My out-of-town teaching schedule may be close to where you live. I am open to discussing your options and a possible way forward. Thank you.
Sue Everett is a registered teacher trainer with Iyengar Yoga Australia – BKSIYAA
A student wishing to train as a yoga teacher must have been practicing Iyengar Yoga regularly for a minimum of three years before undertaking training with a BKSIYAA-accredited teacher.
An interview with Sue is required to assess readiness to embark on the training.
TREADING THE PATH...
Request an info pack via this websites contact page. I look forward to discussing your training options with you. Namasté
ALTERNATE STUDY OPTIONS
Yoga Immersions can be a great way to delve into a broader tasting of the yoga experience without the need to join a teacher training course. Scroll down to read more about this alternative study option. See the workshop page for all Immersion dates & locations.