I’m very pleased to announce details of my British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) Foundation Course 1.

Start Date: Saturday 13th March 2021

Time: 9.00am – 4.30pm

Location: Online via Zoom until it is safe for us all to meet together at Woodbourne Road Scout Hut, Woodbourne Road, Sale, Greater Manchester M33 3TQ.

Places available: 16 

About the Course 

Interested in deepening your knowledge and practice of yoga? This 60-hour Foundation Course, delivered over 9 months, will give you a comprehensive grounding in practical techniques taught in the context of the philosophy that underpins Yoga, and an opportunity to immerse yourself in a journey of personal development.

The course will explore asana (postures) in depth, as well as mudra (sealing gestures), basic breathing, kriya (cleansing practice), pranayama (breath control), concentration and relaxation techniques and mantra, plus talks and discussions on the history and philosophy of Yoga. 

Ideal preparation if you’re considering training as yoga teachers in the future, and completion of the Foundation, but equally suitable for yoga students who simply wish to deepen their practice.

The course will be taught by British Wheel of Yoga teacher Richard Fowler. If you have any questions about this course then please contact Richard at richardfowleryoga@gmail.com

Cost

The total cost of the course is £660 (£600 course fees and a £60 BWY registration fee).

Students will also need to join the British Wheel of Yoga if not already members. BWY membership currently costs £37 per year, available online via https://www.bwy.org.uk/join-the-bwy/

Course dates

13th March 2021

10th April 2021 

8th May 2021

5th June2021 

3rd July 2021 

31st July 2021

4th September 2021 

2nd October 2021

30th October 2021

27th November 2021

How to apply

You can download more information about the course plus an application form from the link below. Please return your completed form by email to richardfowleryoga@gmail.com.

This course is also listed on the BWY website.

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