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15 Bruce Road, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Types of Yoga Taught

Flow Yoga

Alignment-Oriented Yoga

Spiritually-Oriented Yoga

Specialty Yoga

Trainings Formats

Part-time
spread out over time

Weekends only

Modules
several, shorter immersions

Non-residential
trainees commute to the program

Languages

ENGLISH

Other Locations

Seasonal Yoga
Oak Tree Close, Letchworth Garden City, UK

Seasonal Yoga Choose You
Carmondean Centre South, Deans
Livingston, Scotland, UK

Seasonal Yoga Edinburgh
14A Broughton Street Lane, Edinburgh, UK

Seasonal Yoga Hamilton
Hamilton, UK

Seasonal Yoga London- Farnham Surrey
Farnham, United Kingdom

About Seasonal Yoga

Seasonal Yoga was created in 1995 by Julie Hanson and Sue Woodd as an antidote to the stress and anxiety of modern life. It combines Yoga, Tai Chi, Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine concepts of seasonality, with a modern understanding of body movement and wellbeing...

Seasonal Yoga was created in 1995 by Julie Hanson and Sue Woodd as an antidote to the stress and anxiety of modern life. It combines Yoga, Tai Chi, Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine concepts of seasonality, with a modern understanding of body movement and wellbeing practices. The pair were later joined by Marit Akintewe and formed the Seasonal Yoga Teacher Training Course in 2010. 

Seasonal yoga have now trained over 2000 yoga teachers around the world and Seasonal Yoga classes continue to be a popular choice for students and teachers a like, with many reporting the life changing effect the practices have had on their life and energy.

Seasonal Yoga Teachers are spread worldwide and there are now 5 locations in the U.K and Europe where you can train to teach Seasonal Yoga as well as a blended online course that can be studied from anywhere in the world. 

For those looking to deepen their knowledge of seasonal yoga further, we run a series of advanced teacher trainings including Seasonal Yin and Seasonal Yang. 

We also offer a Seasonal Yoga Conversion course, for any qualified 200hr Yoga Teachers, looking to qualify as a Seasonal Yoga teacher. 

First Registered June 2012

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  • 5 out of 5
    By: Natalie Valenti Jan 17, 2024

    I am so pleased I made the decision to train with Seasonal Yoga and it has been a life changing course. The course changed my life both professionally and personally. Stepping outside your comfort zone is never easy but worth every second to release my your full potential and find your purpose. The course is informative and fully prepared me to become the yoga teacher I wanted to be. You are given support and guidance in abundance. Thank you.

    • General Comments

      I am so pleased I made the decision to train with Seasonal Yoga and it has been a life changing course. The course changed my life both professionally and personally. Stepping outside your comfort zone is never easy but worth every second to release my your full potential and find your purpose. The course is informative and fully prepared me to become the yoga teacher I wanted to be. You are given support and guidance in abundance. Thank you.
First Registered June 2012

School Reviews

Total Reviews: 172

By Mrs Caroline Clarke E-RYT® 200

Apr 01, 2024

This course was 'over and above' the average tt. It included specialist speakers on various relevant and related topics, giving us, the students a well rounded perspective on things. It also included chi Kung from Sue, a master in her field and who shared her wealth of health and wellbeing knowledge. The reading list was varied and course work interesting. Lots of discussion and also encouragement to feel what the body was using for particular moves helping us to develop our own 'feel' for bio mechanics. I personally would, however, chose a different anatomy module to the one required on this training. Overall, an amazing experience and I have gone on to teach continuously since completion of the training, developing my own approach and style and having taken numerous CPD hours Full Review

By Sarah Owen RYT® 200

Feb 29, 2024

The most impactful year of my life. I feel immense gratitude for the past year and their continuing support. The knowledge, their delivery and the holding of space, that Sue, Tamara, Kim and Omar create, is exceptional. Full Review

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Teaching Staff

Marit Akintewe Marit Akintewe

E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

Caro Carey Yoga

E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

Claire Davidson

E-RYT® 500, RPYT®, YACEP®

Julie Hanson

E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

Susan Woodd

E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

All Teaching Staff (5)

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