All teachers of Iyengar yoga are trained to very high standards and are fully insured; this is part of the reason that Iyengar yoga is one of the most widely practised methods of yoga worldwide.

The Introductory teacher training course lasts two years with 120 hours contact time in teacher training classes as well as attendance at a regular class and a daily personal practice. The trainee must also complete a number of written papers including lesson planning and anatomy papers and pass a rigorous assessment. Intermediate and Senior teachers have been practising for many more years and have passed a series of further assessments.  All Iyengar teachers are required to maintain their professional development each year to qualify for continued use of of the Iyengar Certification Mark.

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The Iyengar Yoga Certification Mark is a guarantee of excellence, clarity and depth of understanding.

Meet the Teachers

Carolyn Ferguson
Carolyn Ferguson
Carolyn Ferguson has practised Iyengar yoga from a very young age. She first picked up the yoga bug from her mother, an enthusiastic Iyengar...
Jacky Taylor
Jacky Taylor
Jacky began her studies of Iyengar yoga in January 1999. In October 2005 she qualified as an Iyengar yoga teacher at the Introductory level and...
Sarah Franklin
Sarah Franklin
Sarah has always loved to exercise, mainly to offset the damage done by her love of cooking and eating the results! One day fifteen years ago...
Sue Savage
Sue Savage
Sue has always loved exercise and dance and has practiced ballet and jive for many years. However, once Sue discovered Iyengar yoga she quickly...