Kula Yoga & Wellbeing: Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training 2018

Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training 2018

This September, Kula wellbeing starts it’s Vinyasa teacher training, which is going to be led by the lovely Beth Crivelli. Beth has been teaching Yoga since 2011 and she is not only very well experienced, but she is a humbling leader, full of knowledge, honesty and a has fantastic attitude towards ensuring the student experiences the yoga as truthfully as possible.

To top that off, the wonderful and strong Michelle Varchione will be facilitating this yoga programme alongside Emily Desmond as senior guest instructor.

Course information and FAQ’s

The course has been designed to suit and fit all types of students, aiming to really give you the tools and skills you need to lead a class, learn about yourself, learn about students around you and of course learn about the wonders of yoga.
Vinyasa yoga is characterised by flowing movements which accompany the breath. Pranayama (life force/ breath) will be a main focus in our teacher training  as using your breathing correctly can not only help you advance as a practitioner but also understand the essence of the yoga and it’s teachings.



What makes a good teacher training stand out?

A good teacher training must include; a fantastic leader, clarity in teaching, simplicity, good intent, passion and factual teachings. All aspects to empower our trainees to become inspiring teachers.
These are all very important factors and exactly what you will get with this TT, and with Beth Crivelli leading this year’s TT is what makes this training stand out even more.

What makes Kula’s Vinyasa TT different from other teacher training courses?

Kula Wellbeing & Yoga isn’t just a studio, it’s a home for all things yoga and it provides Londoners a place to go to tackle whatever they are dealing with in their lives through the wonderful art of yoga.

The current level and quality of teachers here at Kula are the best that the World offers. And here at Kula we do not just teach you yoga, but we have aimed to create an atmosphere that makes you happy and look forward to spending your quality time with us. Our aim is for you to experience yoga on the mat ad take out with you when you’re off the mat.

What else will you learn?

  • The ability read human bodies and how to instruct and assist with the qualities of an amazing teacher.
  • How to suit the posture to your body not your body to the pose.
  • The skills to live yoga off your mat.
  • History, philosophy and ethics of yoga
  • Meditation
  • Anatomy

And much more 🙂

Dates: 21st of September 2018 – 20th of January 2019.

The entire breakdown is as follows:
September 21st-22nd-23rd (Friday-Sunday)
September 28th 29th 30th (Friday- Sunday)
October 13th 14th (Saturday- Sunday)
October 27th 28th (Saturday – Sunday)
November 10th 11th (Saturday- Sunday)
November 24th- 25th (Saturday – Sunday)
December 8th- 9th (Saturday- Sunday)
January 18th-20th (Friday-Sunday)

Pricing Breakdown

  • Full Price = £3,100
    • Kula Family Discount = 10 % = £2,790
    • Early Bird (Enrolled by 1 May 2018) = 10% = £2,790
    • Early Bird + Kula Family (Enrolled by 1 May 2018) = 20% = £2,480

To kick off your Vinyasa TT or for more information feel free to contact Beth here – beth@kulawellbeing.co.uk or visit our TT page here.

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