BWY London Festival
29th June 2013 - 30th June 2013: Central London
BWY London Festival 29th and 30th June 2013
Non-residential, convenient Central London location.
Celebrate the richness and diversity of yoga through two days of classes and workshops with some of the UK's leading teachers.
Sraddha – faith in the transformative powers of Yoga, is this year's theme, and a principle at the very heart of our practice. Drawing on a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences, Festival tutors will offer unique perspectives on this theme. Attendees can try new disciplines, extend knowledge and deepen practice - the Festival offers all this and more, for teachers and students alike
Go to www.bwylondon.org.uk
and click on the Festival page for a full list of tutors, booking form and complete programme.
Book before the 15th March to secure the Early Bird discount and first choice of sessions.
Teachers' Training Week 2013
15th July 2013 - 19th July 2013: Leicester University
Broaden Your Horizons with BWY Teachers’ Training Week
Inspiration, guidance and support for yoga teachers
- Refresh your yoga practice
- Be inspired by experienced tutors
- Develop your teaching skills
- Update your First Aid Certificate
- Accrue your CPD points
Confirmed tutors include:
Peter Blackaby, Lesley Dike, Philip Xerri, Swami Pragyamurti Saraswati and Andrea Kwiatkowski
Who should attend?
- BWY and other qualified yoga teachers
- BWY Diploma and Foundation Course Tutors
- BWY Final Class Assessors
- BWY Members
4th April 2014 - 6th April 2014: Warwick University
Considering yoga has been around for thousands of years, turning 50 may not sound that great, but it is a significant milestone in the history of the Wheel.
When he founded the Wheel back in 1965, Wilfred Clark demonstrated tremendous foresight in establishing a national framework and charity for something which has shown continued growth over the years.
The BWY now boasts over 7,000 members, many of whom have a unique yoga story to tell. It is these stories and your memories about the Wheel that we want to hear. We would also love to hear your ideas about how you think we should celebrate our 50th anniversary. Please share these with us at the helpdesk.