Why train with Bodhiyiga International? What we offer…

1. Programme Structure: Our program includes a 6-week online meditation course, two three-day yoga and meditation workshops, a 5-day online foundation teacher training, and a 15-day residential teacher training. There are also assignments to be completed within 12 months from the residential training.


Meditation Extract from our Teacher Training Manual. 

Another excerpt from our Online teacher training modules

Another excerpt from this weekends Online workshop- an integral part of our teacher training so you get to practice from home and get to know the other trainees.

The Art of Vinyasa Krama

An integral part of the Bodhiyiga teacher training. Join us this year 2023. With our unique training and special offer

Why become a yoga teacher?

  1. Sharing the Gift of Yoga: As a yoga teacher, you have the opportunity to share the transformative power of yoga with others. Yoga offers a holistic approach to well-being, encompassing physical, mental, and spiritual aspects. By teaching yoga, you can help people improve their physical fitness, reduce stress, find inner peace, and enhance their overall quality of life.

Recovering from a hip injury and/or wanting to improve hip health and function

If you're recovering from a hip injury and looking to improve hip joint health, it's important to approach your yoga practice with caution and consult with a healthcare professional or a qualified yoga instructor who can provide guidance based on your specific condition.

What’s the best way to start doing yoga? The best strategy to get going?

Starting yoga can be a wonderful journey for your mind, body, and overall well-being. Here's a step-by-step strategy to help you get started:

Here's a half-hour yoga sequence specifically designed to help strengthen the lower back:

  1. Child's Pose (Balasana): Start the sequence with Child's Pose to center yourself and gently stretch the lower back. Kneel on the mat, sitting back on your heels, and fold forward, extending your arms in front of you. Relax your forehead to the mat and take slow, deep breaths. Stay in this pose for 3-5 breaths.


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