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26 Newtown Rd, Hove, UK

Types of Yoga Taught

Flow Yoga

Hot/Heated Yoga

Trainings Formats

Full-time
usually intensive/immersion

Non-residential
trainees commute to the program

Languages

English

About Dynamic Hot Yoga

Dynamic Hot Yoga W elcome to Dynamic Hot Yoga in Hove. Under new management since August 2015, Dynamic Hot Yoga contiues to develop its membership services as a fast growing brand in the yoga world. Dynamic Hot Yoga is a Registered Yoga School (RYS) with Yoga Alliance,...

Dynamic Hot Yoga

Welcome to Dynamic Hot Yoga in Hove.

Under new management since August 2015, Dynamic Hot Yoga contiues to develop its membership services as a fast growing brand in the yoga world.

Dynamic Hot Yoga is a Registered Yoga School (RYS) with Yoga Alliance, which designates this teacher training program as one which follows Yoga Alliance’s standards. Students who complete an approved training with this school may be eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYTs).
first 200 hours programme will be held 1st of May 2017 (3 weeks course)

The biggest yoga studio in town now offers a range of yoga classes throughout the day that are included in the DHY unlimited membership. There are competitively priced membership plans to suit just how you want to practice. All of our classes are for complete beginners, intermediate and advanced students.

Close to Hove station, on the top floor of the lovely Dubarry building, DHY now has a comfortable membership lounge, and its teaching spaces are full of sunlight and fresh sea air, that is heated to just what the class requires.

Group of 10 Trainee only, Apply now by CONTACT US. 
http://dynamichotyoga.com/training-teacher.php

First Registered January 2017

Dynamic Hot Yoga 200hr Yoga Teacher Training Details

Dynamic Hot Yoga 200hr Yoga Teacher Training

Oct 01 - Oct 18, 2018
Dynamic Hot Yoga

Lead Trainer(s)

Syllabus

Educational Categories

Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)

Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to: asanas, pranayamas, kriyas, chanting, mantra, meditation and other traditional yoga techniques. These hours must be a mix between: 1) analytical training in how to teach and practice the techniques, and 2) guided practice of the techniques themselves. Both areas must receive substantial emphasis.

Teaching Methodology (TM)

Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to: Communication skills such as group dynamics, time management, and the establishment of priorities and boundaries; How to address the specific needs of individuals and special populations, to the degree possible in a group setting; Principles of demonstration, observation, assisting and correcting; Teaching styles; Qualities of a teacher; The student learning process; Business aspects of teaching yoga (including marketing and legal).

Anatomy & Physiology (AP)

Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to: human physical anatomy and physiology (bodily systems, organs, etc.) and may also include energy anatomy and physiology (chakras, nadis, etc.). Includes both the study of anatomy and physiology along with its application to yoga practice (benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns, etc.).

Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)

Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to: The study of yoga philosophies and traditional texts (such as the Yoga Sutras, Hatha Yoga Pradipika or Bhagavad Gita); Yoga lifestyle, such as the precept of non-violence (ahimsa), and the concepts of dharma and karma; Ethics for yoga teachers, such as those involving teacher – student relationships and community; Understanding the value of teaching yoga as a service and being of service to others (seva).

Practicum

Topics in this category include: Practice teaching as the lead instructor (does not include assisting, observing or giving feedback); Receiving and giving feedback; Observing others teaching; Assisting students while someone else is teaching.

TitleEducational CategoryContact HoursContact Hours With Lead TrainerNon-Contact Hours 
Techniques, Training and Practice Techniques, Training and Practice (TTP)70.0070.000.00

Techniques, Training and Practice

Each day the students will do a 3 hour morning practice and a 1.5 - 3 hour evening practice. The students will practice and learn the Hot Yoga asana sequence and pranayama practices within the sequence. Students will be given detailed teaching on how to practice correctly themselves and how to teach effectively with correct ques, alignment instruction and relevant adjustments.

Learning Objective

To teach a hot yoga class confidently. To demonstrate, give instructions, alignment and adjustments for each asana of the class correctly. To instruct and demonstrate the pranayama practices correctly. To develop their own personal practice with correct technique, alignment, and breath.
Training WorkshopsTechniques, Training and Practice (TTP)30.0030.000.00

Training Workshops

Asanas are broken down, demonstrated with correct alignment and ques, contra-indications are discussed. Asanas will cover; standing postures, balancing postures, backbends, forward folds, hip opener, twists, floor work and inversions. Workshops will also cover pranayama practice and teaching the techniques.

Learning Objective

To understand each asana covered; correct alignment, dristi point, breath in the pose and discuss teaching points. To understand correct technique for certain pranayama exercises and discuss teaching points.
Yoga Anatomy and Physiology Anatomy & Physiology (AP)20.0020.000.00

Yoga Anatomy and Physiology

10 of these hours will be covering anatomy and physiology during yoga practice. Students will cover what muscles are lengthened and strengthened in different yoga asanas. Students will learn the calming effect of pranayama on the nervous system (which effects all other systems). Students will cover how our yoga practice can effect our chakra energy system and opening nadis. Students will cover the benefits and contra-indications of asanas. Students will learn the basic muscles, bones and joint types of the body. They will also learn basic understanding of main body systems: nervous, digestive, cardiovascular, endocrine, lymphatic system.

Learning Objective

To understand what muscles are lengthened and what muscles are strengthened in asanas covered. To understand physical, mental and energetically benefits of asanas covered. To understand asana and pranayama influence on the body and mind; the nervous system and the effect on other bodily systems. To understand the basic functions of the main body systems; nervous, digestive, cardiovascular, endocrine, lymphatic system. To understand the energetic body; the 7 main chakras and the nadis.
Teaching Methodology Teaching Methodology (TM)20.0020.000.00

Teaching Methodology

Learning the qualities of a good yoga teacher; understanding students boundaries and physical restrictions, good time management and teaching a group safely. Covering the principles of demonstrating asanas effectively, demonstrating as alignment and anatomical cues are given. Learning how to observe and assist students appropriately. Learning that with experience each teacher develops their own way of leading a class. Learning how to teach for different abilities and to give appropriate variations when necessary. Learning how language used and tone of voice can effect how the class is delivered. Learning to teach using positive, conscious, encouraging, supportive language when teaching a class.

Learning Objective

To understand the qualities of a good yoga teacher and how to implement them. To demonstrate asanas and pranayama techniques effectively and safely giving variations where appropriate. To understand how to observe and assist appropriately. To understand their own teaching style and their strengths and areas to work on. To understand the importance of language used during teaching a class. To understand that each student will learn and progress at different rates and to be encouraging and supportive throughout your student's journeys wherever they may be.
Teaching WorkshopTeaching Methodology (TM)5.005.000.00

Teaching Workshop

Focus on the business aspect of being a yoga teacher. Help on how to market yourself and the effective use of social media. We will also cover legal aspects; insurance, client disclaimers, client records, client confidentiality.

Learning Objective

To understand how to market yourself as a yoga teacher effectively. To be fully aware of the legal aspects of being a yoga teacher; insurance cover, client disclaimers, client confidentiality, keeping client records.
Yoga Teacher EthicsYoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)2.002.000.00

Yoga Teacher Ethics

The class will cover teacher and student professional relationships and boundaries. Teaching only what you believe to be true and honest. If a student has a mental or physical issue or condition, understanding you must not analyse them, but refer them to their GP or a health professional. Understanding your role in the community and that students from all backgrounds may come to you to learn from your teachings. To run your business ethically and honestly.

Learning Objective

Understanding the professional student and teacher relationship. Understanding that if a student comes to you with a problem and you are not qualified to give advice that you must refer them to a relevant health professional. To teach and run your business ethically and honestly.
Yoga Philosophy and History Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)23.0023.000.00

Yoga Philosophy and History

Learning about the history of yoga through the centuries; how it traveled to the west and the main influential yoga teachers that made yoga what it is today. Learning about the Yoga Sutras and discussing their philosophy. Learning about the different paths of yoga; Hatha, Jnana, Raja, Bhakti, Karma yoga. Learning the 8 limbs of yoga and discussing their translations on the mat and off the mat in life. Learning and discussing what it means to life by the yamas and niyamas. Learning the meaning of Seva, the value of teaching yoga as a service and being of service to others.

Learning Objective

To understand the history of yoga and the influential yoga teachers that made yoga what it is today. To have an understanding of the yoga sutras. To understand the 8 limbs of yoga and how they can be implemented when you do your asana practice and within your daily life. To have an understanding of other paths of yoga. To understand the act of Seva, living a life of service.
Teaching Practice Practicum10.0010.000.00

Teaching Practice

Each student will spend 5 hours practicing lead teaching a class. This will be done by each student teaching 2 x 2.5 hour classes. The classes will be observed and each student will receive feedback. Students will take turns during led classes to observe others teaching, receive and give feedback, and assist students whilst someone else is teaching. A range of asanas will also be broken down; standing postures, balancing postures, backbends, forward folds, hip opener, twists, floor work and inversions. Students will be instructed on teaching points, demonstrating and correct alignment. They will then pair up to teach the asana with the teaching points on each other.

Learning Objective

To practice leading a class to give them confidence to teach their own classes after the course. To understand how to observe, give feedback and give constructive advice on how they can improve on their teaching. This in turn will help them to be good teachers. To understand how to teach a range of asanas; demonstrating correct technique, correct alignment ques, dristi, and other teaching ques.
Observing Yoga ClassesPracticum0.000.0015.00

Observing Yoga Classes

Attending yoga classes outside of the course to observe and evaluate. This can be done before the course starts. Classes must be logged with a description of the students evaluation of the class.

Learning Objective

To understand different teaching styles. To learn from other yoga teachers on how to be a good yoga teacher, or how they think classes could be improved.
Yoga Philosophy homework Yoga Philosophy/LifeStyle Ethics (YPLE)0.000.005.00

Yoga Philosophy homework

Homework to be completed before or during the course. A few short essay questions on the 8 limbs of yoga, basic yoga history and the different paths of yoga.

Learning Objective

To have a deeper understanding of yoga philiosophy; of the 8 limbs of yoga, yoga history and the different paths of yoga.

 

 

 

First Registered January 2017

School Reviews

Total Reviews: 2

By JJ RYT® 200

Jun 16, 2017

By Laurene Bizarro RYT® 200, RPYT®

Jun 05, 2017

All Reviews (2)

Teaching Staff

Gemma Williams - Gem Yoga

E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

JJ JJ

RYT® 200

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