Dru Yoga Teacher Training in Canberra 2017 - CN17
Whether you plan to teach yoga, want to practise effectively by yourself at home, or would like to enhance your career as a therapist, the Dru Yoga Teacher Training Course is for you! Whatever your yoga ambitions, you’ll find Dru Yoga an empowering, energising and balancing approach to vitality, health and wellbeing.
Don’t want to teach? That’s OK! You can choose to do this training to become a teacher or for your own personal development. About one third of our students do the course for their own personal growth, knowing that Dru’s deep insights into the body-mind system will make a huge contribution to their lives. Generally, these students find the ‘teacher-training’ aspects of the course very beneficial.
No matter what you will begin to experience new, higher levels of energy resulting from establishing your own daily yoga practice. You will also find that you are more relaxed and can cope better with the stresses of everyday life. Above all, this is the start of a wonderful period of in-depth learning, building personal and professional skills, establishing new friendships and an exciting journey of self-discovery!
- Start teaching and earning halfway through the course
- Flexible course structure
- A variety of payment plans
The Canberra 2017 training course consists of 9 x 4-day modules spread over approximately 2.5 years.
The dates for the Modules 1 and 2 in 2017 are listed below.
Dates for further modules will be advised once they have been confirmed. The modules all start on Thursday at 8:30 am and run through to Sunday at 6.00 pm.
- Module 1: 20 to 23 July 2017 (Thursday to Sunday)
- Module 2: 23 to 26 November 2017 (Thursday to Sunday)
I’ve never felt so happy in my whole life.
Snowdonia is a great place to start your journey, the tuition and support team of previous students are so motivating that you feel totally supported in achieving your own goals
A wonderful way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Taking time out from busy schedules and just pausing to take care of myself and be in the moment. I feel very calm and centred.