Building 5B, Level 3, 1-59 Quay Street Sydney New South Wales 2000
CRICOS course code: 098602G
Level of study: Certificates & Diplomas
The Diploma of Yoga Teaching allows you to build on the CIV Yoga towards becoming a Specialist Yoga Teacher. You will deepen your knowledge and skills with advanced subjects of Yoga, meditation and philosophy. You will learn the principles of Yoga Therapy and how to deal with students who have special needs and chronic conditions. You will also undertake learning on Yoga for the stages of life including yoga for pregnancy, children’s yoga and yoga for the aged.
What do you learn in a Diploma of Yoga Teaching?
The Diploma of Yoga Teaching course will prepare you to:
Develop courses and programs utilising advanced Yoga techniques
Conduct Yoga lifestyle and nutritional assessments
Adapt yoga for different life stages including pregnancy, children and the aged. Conduct Yoga classes for students with chronic conditions or special needs
Undertake research in yoga projects
Apply Yoga philosophy concepts in yoga classes, workshops and retreats.
Deliver first aid.
Some of the topics you will study include:
Advanced Yoga Teaching Techniques,
Advanced Pranayama (breath) Techniques,
Advanced Meditation Techniques,
Yoga Lifestyle & Nutrition Assessments
Yoga for Life Stages,
Yoga for Special Needs,
Yoga for Chronic Disease,
Yoga Teacher, Yoga Studio Owner/Manager, Program Coordinator, Specialist Yoga Teacher
The job outcomes for this course are:
Yoga teacher employed in Yoga studios (General, Private + Specialist Yoga classes)
Yoga Studio Owner / Manager
Wellbeing / Yoga Program Coordinator
Freelance Yoga Teacher (General, Private + Specialist Yoga classes)
Yoga Teacher specialized in Workshops, Training and Retreats
Specialist yoga teacher (Special Needs, Prenatal, Children, Aged Yoga)
The program outcomes for this course are:
At the Diploma level, the qualification offers comprehensive training into advanced Yoga teaching techniques and Yoga as therapy. Those qualified, will have the specialised skills needed to work with individuals at various life stages, tailor classes for special needs or offer a deeper teaching practice into pranayama (breath), asana (postures), yoga philosophy and meditation.
Additional outcomes include:
The attainment of an Advanced 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.
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Be over 18 years of age; and
Year 12 or equivalent and above.
IELTS - 6.0 (with no individual band under 5.5); TOEFL - Internet Based 60; Cambridge English - CAE 169; PTE Academic - 50; OET - B.