Yoga Teachers Further Training and CPDAn opportunity to learn more: how to spice up your flows, integrate mindfulness into your teachings, teach chair yoga, restorative yoga and yoga nidra. A chance to delve more deeply into practices that will support you as you continue to evolve.
Transformative Rest Teachers ImmersionGoldendoor, London
Yoga Teachers Workshop: Chair Yogaonline on Zoom
Transformative Rest Teachers ImmersionYoga Hero, Leeds
The balance between exploration and practice was just right. Enjoyable and very informative
A transformative teacher training course providing a wealth of incredible tools and information to deepen my yoga practice
Very clear, thorough and relatable. A great mix of theory, practice and experience and has given me confidence and desire to undertake more training with Dina.
I found it really informative and inspiring-looking forward to integrating some of these ideas into my regular classes and 1:1s too.
I feel solid with the upskills and sequences offered. Your studio is lovely and enjoyed the harmony of all participants. I’m so pleased to have attended.
I’ve discovered ’Slow Flow’ is actually being used as a yoga style name by some – and I thought I’d made it up. I did a Slow Flow class at a well known studio recently. A good class – not a patch on yours though!
Truely excellent teaching creating a really lovely learning environment. Struck by the genuine personal insights for learning that came out of the course.
So grateful for this course, it was incredible. So much valuable information – my mind is flowing. I couldn’t have asked for a more special weekend.
A wonderful training, loads of amazing information, really well structured & has left me confident to deliver a good Yoga Nidra as well as given me new ideas to weave mindfulness into my classes & into my day. Really enjoy Dina’s practical approach to teaching as well as the warmth & genuine care.
Your teaching is so brilliant, clear, supportive, engaging, inspiring,. I have left with course with lots of food for thought and the tools and confidence to bring these practices into my own classes and in my own style