Jim Harrington is the leading ‘teacher of teachers’ in South Africa’s yoga community. Internationally trained, Jim was registered with the International Yoga Alliance as Experienced Yoga Teacher Trainer (ERYT) in 2005 and has trained over 175 teachers since then.
The Level One Course may be taken with no aspiration to be a teacher, but just as an experience to deepen ones connection to yoga. The Advanced course is for teachers who have already qualified with a 200hr Yoga Alliance certified course. Both experiences guaranteed to change the way that you view, teach and practice yoga. Visiting international students enjoy an unforgettable stay in Cape Town, one of the most spectacular cities in the world.
Part Time: 23 April – 25 June, 2017
Full Time: 1 – 30 November, 2017
This course fills quickly. Apply now.
This Yoga Teacher Training Course builds a strong foundation to begin teaching the art of yoga safely and effectively. The Level One course is a pre-requisite to taking the more advanced level Modules that make up the 500 hour course.
For detailed information, please contact us.
Click here for the application form: Level 1 TTC Application Form
Students who have successfully completed the Yoga Alliance 200hr course are eligible to apply to take part in the next 300hrs of training. Experienced students of yoga or those who have taken another 200hr course may also apply to join one or more of the modules. Contact us for detailed information or to submit your application: Teacher Training Application form ADVANCED
Three Distinct Modules
This 300 hour training is divided into three distinct 100-hour YTT modules. This approach allows you the flexibility to complete the training in your own time. Modules can be taken whenever suits you, and not necessarily within a 12 month period:
- The Bare Bones: an advanced exploration of applied Anatomy & Physiology – August 2017
- The Root of it all: Retreat to India to uncover the roots and traditions of yoga – September 2017
- Myths and Methodology: techniques and methods for elevating your teaching – March 2018