Teaching Intensives & Workshops

Our goal at Whitespace remains that of sharing our knowledge, love and respect for yoga. We love the teaching community that’s growing around us, and we want to continue to support and develop this, helping the community flourish.

We also offer one of the UK’s top yoga teacher training courses (accredited by Yoga Alliance). We also offer inspiring and technically brilliant workshops, courses and events – helping you to develop, grow and feel inspired in your practice and in your teachings. Many of our events are taught by some of the most respected teachers in the world and all are run by a friendly and supportive team of yogis.

All our Teaching Immersions and Workshops are eligible for Yoga Alliance and British Wheel CPD points on the basis of 1 point = 1 hour.

Creating a Home Practice Workshop

Establishing a Home Practice is a rite of passage for yoga practitioners. It’s the point at which you really learn to move at your own pace, listen and respond to your body, and develop greater consistency and frequency in your yoga practice. It can also be tailored to fit into our busy lives. But knowingView Full Post »

YAPTA Sequencing for Multi-Level Classes

Presented by Yoga Alliance Professionals Training Academy What will teachers get out of this workshop? Teaching a multi-level class with grace is the hallmark of an experienced teacher. Take your teaching to the next level and learn the skill of offering both safe and inspiring classes for students of all experience levels. In reality, everyView Full Post »

First Aid for Teachers

This workshop focuses on the types of emergency which a yoga teacher may come across in an everyday class – including fainting, epilepsy, asthma and heart conditions – and will cover all aspects of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation and basic first aid. Whilst the workshop focuses on serious first aid issues, it’s also guaranteed to be experientialView Full Post »

Yin Yoga Teacher Training

*SOLD OUT – Please click book now to add to the waitlist* Are you looking to explore more ways to develop your students and cultivate your own practice? Whether you are just starting out on your journey as a Yoga Teacher, seeking to enhance your existing teaching skills or simply wish to develop your personalView Full Post »

Pregnancy Yoga Teacher Training

Teaching yoga during the time of pregnancy can be such a privilege.  As a prenatal yoga teacher it is vital to be able to create a consistent and supportive space for women at their most intense period of change in life. This 4 day intensive training will provide the tools for teachers to deliver safe,View Full Post »

Advanced Level 2 Yin Yoga Teacher Training

Join the brilliant Sarah Lo for this 4-day intensive, where we will be going deeper into our exploration of Yin Yoga. Yin is one of the most wholesome and non-dogmatic approaches to yoga today and is gaining increasing appreciation among practitioners all over the world. During this training, we’ll explore more of the teaching aspectsView Full Post »

Exploring the Power of Touch in Yoga

The brilliant Kate Ellis joins us again from Triyoga in London, to share her vast experience and knowledge of the power of touch, and how and when to use touch during Yoga sessions. In this workshop, we will explore the concept of ‘good touch’, the purpose of adjustments and how our whole self can beView Full Post »

YAPTA Working with Injuries

Presented by Yoga Alliance Professionals Training Academy What will teachers get out of this workshop? Learn how to handle the most common injuries including back, knees, shoulders, wrists, and hamstrings. And more importantly, how to safely and effectively manage the inevitable ‘unknown’ injury or condition. Students often turn to yoga as a way of rehabilitatingView Full Post »

Exploring The Shoulder Girdle

Join Gary Carter for this ‘Master Class’ in shoulder anatomy and injury prevention. The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, which in turn means it is less stable and more prone to injuries; particularly true if there are mis-alignments in poses that weight-bear into the hands and arms. In this one dayView Full Post »

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