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YOGA MODULES

 
"Yoga Modules are an ideal way to not only deepen your knowledge of specialised areas of practice and teaching but also to gain CPD points!
The usual favourites are on offer but there are also new courses fresh faced and keen, ready to take you into new in roads of understanding. Our first Ayurveda Module since 2014 will be running, there are two new exciting Yoga Therapy Modules, a Module just for Back pain and more.
I hope you all find new inspiration with the new dynamic teams that are injecting life into the BWY and we look forward to working with you this year. Yours in Yoga."
Tarik Dervish, Modules Officer




Yoga Modules

A Module may be undertaken by any yoga student keen to develop a specific area of learning related to yoga. Some Modules are designed for experienced practitioners and yoga teachers only whereas others may be tasters for further training and development.


Modules represent a serious commitment to an intensive or medium term of study. The course can be run intensively over a weekend, a week or longer depending on the overall aims and intended learning outcomes.


A Module can be as short as a 12 hour training over a weekend up to 60 hours over a 6 month period or longer. Stated. Please apply to the tutor directly for a student prospectus where suitability and entry criteria for any given course will be clearly stated.


Modules may meet one or more of the following needs-


Personal Development: Students will undertake a Module of learning to enhance their own practice.


Improve Teacher Skills: A Module may provide specialist training just for Yoga teachers. Some Modules include assessments where student teachers are observed applying their new skills.


Working with Vulnerable people: Modules that focus on working with vulnerable people will usually have some kind of assessment element. These Modules may involve working with Children or Vulnerable adults. Students may be expected to hold a Disclosure and Barring Service certificate and a Safeguarding Certificate as a pre-course requirement unless it is part of the training itself. Please check the student prospectus carefully before applying.


Credit towards a BWYQ Diploma: Some Progression courses may be delivered in a Modular format. These Modules are designed to generate valid, relevant and sufficient evidence which can be used as RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) towards the completion of a BWYT or BWYQ Diploma in Yoga teaching.


We have an enormous range of subjects on offer and courses run at different times of the year in different locations around the country. If there is no course currently listed, it is best to contact the tutor directly using the details below.


Please click on the link below to find out about upcoming Modules.

May your studies be full and fruitful.

If you have any questions about this provision, do not hesitate to contact me at Modules@bwy.org.uk and I will help you if I can.

 
 

MODULE

TUTOR

 

CONTACT EMAIL

Anatomy of Movement

Andrea Newman

yogaandrolfing@gmail.com

Ayurveda

Tarik Dervish and Cathy Mae Karelse

Tarik@yogawell.co.uk

 

Cancer

 

Kari Knight

kariknightyoga@gmail.com

Children

Christiane Kerr

info@calmforkids.com

 

Children under 11

Jenny Watson

jennywatson@ntlworld.com

 

Disabilities

Clare Yates

 

clairs@hotmail.com

Foundations in Yoga Therapy

 

Judy Sampath

judy@yogaunited.com

Insomnia

Judy Sampath

judy@yogaunited.com

Meditation

Martin Vermasse

fionacatlin@aol.com

 

Menopause

Petra Coveney

Petra@Menopause-Yoga.com

Mindfulness for Children

 

Kate Bigelow

littlesunshineyoga@outlook.com

Mindfulness for Health

 

Nikki Jackson

nikki@yogafocus.co.uk

Post Natal

 

Judy Cameron

cameron.judy@yahoo.com

 

Pranayama

Janet Bond

energisebodywise@btinternet.com

 

Pranayama and Mantra

Sarah O Connor

sarah@yogamindspace.com

Pregnancy

Judy Cameron

judycameron.yoga@gmail.com

 

Pregnancy

Wendy Teasdill

teasdill@gmail.com

 

Prisons

Phoenix Trust

Sandy Chubb

Sam Settle

all@theppt.org.uk

Yoga for Children under 11 years

Jenny Watson

jennywatson@ntlworld.com

 

Yoga of Sound

Mr and Mrs Brilliant

mrandmrsbrilliant@gmail.com

Yoga Therapy Foundation for Chronic Health Conditions

 

Nikki Jackson

nikki@yogafocus.co.uk

 

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