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  • Diploma in Teaching Yoga

    The popularity of Yoga for its fitness and wellbeing benefits continues to grow and both gyms and yoga centres are seeing an increased demand for group Yoga classes on their timetables. The Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Yoga (Practitioner) course has been developed using the practice of Hatha Yoga - the foundation of many popular styles of yoga. Employers in the fitness sector are looking for yoga teachers with great communication skills, a rounded and informed approach to wellness and the ability to manage a class of different abilities. Our yoga course provides you with these skills, which clients and employers are looking for.

  • Group Exercise to Music

    This Level 2 Group Exercise to Music course has been recently updated to reflect the latest practice in the industry. It’s the best foundation for all forms of group exercise that you can get. During the course you'll learn everything from the theory behind how the body works, to the practical steps needed to construct an unforgettable Group Exercise to Music class.

  • Level 3 Award in Assessing

    Use your knowledge and skills to boost your income and progress your career by becoming an assessor and educating the next generation of instructors.

  • Level 4 Internal Quality Assurance

    If you're looking for the next step in your career, internal quality assurance is a great progression for an assessor looking to earn more. This course is also ideal for employers who would like members of staff to become the go-to for quality assurance, assessment procedures and general legal and best practice requirements. 

  • Ante and Postnatal Exercise

    Ante and postnatal clients are the mothers of your community and they need your support to stay fit and healthy. This specialism will provide you with the expertise and confidence to deliver safe and effective exercise programmes for women who are pregnant or have recently had a baby. 

  • Exercise for Older Adults

    Boost your income and make a difference to people's lives by specialising in exercise for older adults. If you already teach fitness classes and want to broaden your client base, this is a great specialism for it. The older adults group are an expanding market, who are seeking specially tailored programmes from trainers like you. 

  • Vinyasa Yoga

    Vinyasa is one of the most popular styles of Hatha yoga in the western world. The most common understanding of vinyasa is that it is a linking of asana together with the breath to create a flowing, fluid sequence. The Vinyasa krama approach integrates the mind, body and breath together to create a sense of Dharana/one-pointed concentration, in order to move closer to the aim of yoga, bliss state or Samadhi. We should think of it as a “moving mediation”, cleansing the physical body, building up our storehouse of prana (vital energy). The word krama means “succession” so a sequence is created, one asana after another with the breath as the thread.

  • High Intensity Interval Training

    High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) has become one of the most popular workouts of the decade.

  • STOTT PILATES Advanced Matwork

    With this one day course you will learn how to teach the new Advanced Matwork exercises ranging from the ‘corkscrew’ to ‘scissors in the air’. The new Advanced Matwork exercises build on the principles of core stability and fluidity.

  • Supple Strength

    Show your clients how to engage their minds as well as their muscles by exploring exercises that focus on posture, core stability and body alignment. This is a great way to stand out as an instructor, giving you the potential to earn more.

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