Our guest teachers have a wealth of knowledge and professional experience in their field and will provide exceptional, experiential education on their subject. You will acquire the knowledge and skills required to become a confident, authentic, creative yoga teacher.
Anatomy & Physiology with Chris Swain
Chris graduated as an award winning osteopath from the British School of Osteopathy in 2000 after a four year full time course, with an honours degree in osteopathy. His university education included a year of human dissection studies at Guy’s Hospital in London. Combined with 30 years experience as a yoga teacher, he also specializes in teaching anatomy to yoga teacher trainees, being on the faculty for several yoga teacher training courses including Triyoga in London. Chris’s extensive knowledge and experience of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics will provide an exceptional education for yoga teachers to build their classes with understanding, clarity and integrity.
Philosophy with Heidi Pascual & Daniel Simpson
Daniel Simpson is the author of The Truth of Yoga, a comprehensive guide to yoga’s history, texts, philosophy and practices. He teaches courses at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, and contributes to teacher trainings around the UK and internationally. Daniel holds a master’s degree in yoga studies from SOAS, part of the University of London, and his approach combines scholarly knowledge with humour and insight. Drawing on his own experience as well as his studies, he makes philosophy accessible and relevant to moden practitioners.
Find out more: www.truthofyoga.com