Tutor: Dr Natasha Picôt
Date: 26th June 2022
Time: 09:30 - 17:30
What will I study?
· Teaching Asana: Observation and Adjustment
· The Historical and Philosophical Background of Yoga
· Applied Anatomy and Physiology and the Teaching of Asana
· Yoga Breathing Practices and Relaxation
· Planning for Teaching and the Responsibilities of a Yoga Teacher
· Planning and Delivering a Yoga Course
· The Classical Foundations of Modern Yoga
· Incorporating Philosophy, Pranayama and Meditation into a Yoga Class
· Progression in Asana
What is the time commitment?
This is a 500-hour certificated Diploma course 36-day sessions will be tutor led. The remaining time is made up of student practical experiences and home study. You will have the opportunity to explore and transform in a creative community and develop your practice in your life on and off the yoga mat.
Two years attendance at a yoga class with a quality assured teacher. Attendance at a BWY Foundation course is favorable although not-compulsory.
How will I be assessed?
Both formative and summative assignments will help build your skills and confidence throughout the course. These are set by the BWY and regulated by Ofqual
Formative assignments: are not formally assessed but are used to give you feedback so you can develop your skills and become a reflexive teacher.
Summative assignments: are set by the BWY and regulated by Ofqual. These include two Assessed Class Teaching (ACT) practices.
You will be guided by your tutor in a safe and encouraging environment which will support you to grow and flourish into your potential.
Introductory day: 24 April 2022
Induction day: 26June 2022
Course: 26 June 2022 – 27 March 2025 last Sunday of each month from June 2022 except December when there are no course days.
Dates for first year:
Official course hours over a three-year 500-hour course period are 270 tutor-led and (36 x 7.5 Sessions) and the rest of the hours are made up of student homework and practice.
Dates are mainly the last Sunday of each month. Except December - this will be either the first or second Sunday depending on group preference to be decided/confirmed for all years at induction on 26 June 2022.
The same pattern will follow for 2024-2025
80% attendance is required to receive the BWYQ level 4 Diploma.
Venue: Epperstone Village Hall, 12 Gonalston Lane, Epperstone, Nottinghamshire NG14 6AY.
For further information on the BWYQ 500-hour Diploma course including how to apply contact Natasha directly email@example.com
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