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CRICOS course code: 098603G
Level of study: Certificates & Diplomas
The Certificate IV in Yoga Teaching is your first step towards becoming an outstanding yoga teacher. The 12-month program is divided into practical and theory sessions giving you all the tools to teach yoga competently and authentically. You will learn to plan, organise and conduct yoga classes for groups or individuals, including essential methodology for teaching asana (postures), pranayama (breath), and meditation. The content includes Western and Yogic Anatomy, Yoga Philosophy, and the important subject of Yoga Business amongst others.
What do you learn in a Certificate IV in Yoga Teaching?
The Certificate IV in Yoga Teaching course will prepare you to:
Plan, design and conduct effective Yoga classes.
Recognize the essential principles of Yoga teaching.
Apply principles of western and eastern anatomy to Yoga teaching.
Apply essential principles of Yoga philosophy to your teaching.
Monitor student’s Yoga technique and development.
Establish and build healthy student relationships.
Provide Yoga teaching to groups of clients and individuals.
Develop your own personal Yoga sadhana (practice).
Plan, design and write your Yoga business plan.
Understand business and teaching compliance.
Manage Yoga health and safety
Deliver first aid.
Some of the topics you will study include:
Yoga Health and Safety
The job outcomes for this course are:
Yoga teacher employed in Yoga studios or Gyms.
Yoga Studio Owner / Manager
Freelance Yoga Teacher
Yoga Program Coordinator
The program outcomes for this course are:
At this level, yoga teachers will be equipped with the essential components to understand the yoga asanas (physical postures of yoga), differences in yoga styles, yoga anatomy, ethics and philosophy of yoga, safety in teaching and key elements to opening a yoga business.
Additional outcomes include:
The attainment of a First Aid Certificate.
Preparation for further study and vocational skills with development of study and research skills, language and literacy skills, communication skills, time management, planning and managing projects, interpersonal skills and the development of techniques.
A study pathway to the 10697NAT – Diploma of Yoga Teaching.
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Year 10 or equivalent and above.
The course is aimed at students 18 years of age and over
IELTS - 5.5 (with no individual band under 5.0); TOEFL Internet Based - 46; Cambridge English - CAE 162; PTE Academic - 42; OET - B.