200h Yoga Teacher Training, April - August, Pretoria
Hosted by Hotpod Yoga Pretoria
Cost: R23 000
This training will cover all bases, ensuring a strong foundation across all the key pillars of yoga tradition and history but we focus predominantly on what’s practically important to be a great teacher.
We’re a visual brand that embraces technology and design to enhance learning – we won’t be loading you up with photocopies from ancient textbooks, we’ll provide you with beautiful, easy-to-digest materials for you to refer back to for life as well as immerse yourself in during the course.
Our approach to yoga teaching training is aligned perfectly with our overall brand values
We’re practical people – we ground everything we do in reality. We question what others might assume and we deliver what’s practically required to achieve the desired results in the optimum way. We respect the past while embracing the future – we’re humbled by the thousands of years of yoga tradition that’s come before us, but are focussed on ensuring that it stays totally relevant today and in the future.
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About Your Host
Back in 2015, Mischa opened the zips to Hotpod Yoga Pretoria. She has been teaching yoga for 6 years, with more than a thousand teaching hours. She has taught in various yoga teacher trainings in South Africa, and is now trail blazing to bring South Africa's first international teacher training. She studied and assisted under lead teachers Nick Higgins and Charlie Morgan at Hotpod Yoga UK. She aims to offer a high-quality Yoga Teacher Training in SA, developed by experts from around the globe. Mischa is thorough, and pays special attention to hands-on adjustments. She teaches postures in a simple yet dynamic way, bringing out the best in every individual she teaches. Her teachings are down-to-earth and clear, made simple for aspiring yoga teachers to learn and apply. Her classes are accessible, great fun, and influential. Mischa studied yoga in India, and also has experience in Thai yoga body work, pilates, meditation, and gymnastics.
Rowen has been practicing as a professional Biokineticist for 6 years. He focuses on injury treatment and prevention through restoring the human body with optimal alignment and movement techniques. He has worked with top athletes, such as Caster Semenya and the South African Olympic rowing team. Rowen has a passion for helping people realise the need for movement in a well-developed way. Naturally, he leaned into yoga and started teaching at the Hotpod Yoga studio in Pretoria, where he shares his deep understanding of alignment.