Diploma in Teaching Yoga

Stretch your mind, body and spirit. Turn your passion for yoga into a successful career with this yoga teacher training course.


10 points




From £1100

About this course

Stand out with a CIMSPA-accredited and internationally recognised qualification in teaching yoga. The Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Yoga (Practitioner) course has been developed using the practice of Hatha Yoga – the foundation from where many popular styles of yoga have developed. In the course, you will learn yoga asanas (positions), pranayama (breath control), mudra (hand positions), as well as meditation and yoga kriyas (cleansing techniques).

Develop the skills and knowledge to start a career teaching Yoga whether you are new to the fitness industry or looking to invest and diversify your career with this Yoga teacher training course.

Flexible learning formats


8 days of face-to-face tuition.
Various eLearning units.
1 session online with a tutor.
1 day practical assessment.


56 hours of live tutor-led classes.
Various eLearning units.
1 sessions online with a tutor.
Online theory assessments.
Practical assessment via recorded video submission.


Theory modules

  • Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology for Instructors.
  • Level 2 Providing a Positive Customer Experience.
  • Level 2 Lifestyle Management and Health Awareness.
  • Level 3 Applied Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Fundamentals and Philosophy of Yoga.

Practical modules

  • Instructing group Yoga sessions.
  • Instructing one-to-one Yoga sessions.
  • A wide variety of asanas (positions), pranayama (breath control), mudra (hand positions), as well as meditation and yoga kriyas (cleansing techniques).
  • How to adapt yoga practises to meet clients’ needs during a yoga session.
  • How to review yoga sessions with individuals.
  • Plan, prepare, instruct and adapt yoga sessions.
  • Design a progressive programme of yoga. How to deal with common conditions encountered in a yoga class.

Develop your communication skills

  • Manage group dynamics and different abilities.
  • Learn how to communicate with clients effectively to promote wellness and exercise.
  • Understand how rapport and soft skills can be used to motivate and change client behaviour.


  • Teach one of the most popular contemporary styles of yoga.
  • Teach diverse and engaging classes, that can have gentle and restorative to vigorous and energised themes.

Career progression

  • Increases your earning potential and employability.
  • Broaden your client base and help boost your earnings.
  • Learn the skills and knowledge to build a longstanding career.
  • Increase the range of yoga classes that you can offer.
  • Stand out with a CIMSPA-accredited qualification.


  • Taught by experienced and industry-qualified tutors who will provide guidance and support throughout the course.
  • Unparalleled support online, over the phone and in person.
Multiple choice theory papers
Practical assessment
Practice journal
Lesson plans
Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Yoga (Practitioner)
Anyone over 16.
You are recommended to have two years of experience practising yoga.



Fees and Funding Options

Pay upfront

Pay the full amount for your course upfront in one lump sum.

0% Finance

Spread the cost with a deposit and an interest-free monthly direct debit.

Early Bird

Get 10% off when you pay in full 2 months before the start date.

Get a loan

Fund your course with a government-backed Advanced Learner Loan.

How to book?

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Course Locations

We deliver our face-to-face courses from state-of-the-art venues across England. This course is currently running from:

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