Teach Yoga for Cancer
Healing Space Intensive course in UK (East Sussex) 10-14 April 2019
Healing Space is a training course fo qualified or accredited teachers of Yoga who have at least one year’s teaching experience, or other therapists with a committed yoga practice, who would like to adapt the practices of yoga for people living with cancer.
Five days intensive training in a beautiful rural residential setting in East Sussex. This is followed up by a a further six months internship and self-study during which time written work and a final assessment with the course director or a Healing Space senior teacher will be required. Full details of the course content can be found in the Prospectus. Intensive course students also have full lifetime access to the online course content.
DATES: Wed 10th – Sun 14th April 2019
VENUE: Sussex Retreats – Hooe, Nr. Battle, East Sussex
Details of location and travel options here (for those travelling by train, lifts will be arranged from the nearest station in Battle, to the venue)
The cost for the residential course (inclusive of all tuition, 4 nights 5* level accommodation, all meals, certification, and lifetime access to the Healing Space online course materials) is £985
Deposit (payable on booking) is £260 and goes immediately to our venue to secure our booking.
The full balance of the course is payable 8 weeks in advance of the course.
If you would prefer to pay by installments, we can arrange for you to make monthly payments from the time of booking until the course starts in April. Please state whether you would prefer this option in your application.
Please make sure you read our cancellation and refund policy
A bursary of up to a £200 discount on the course for someone who meets the course requirements, but is unable to meet the full course fee. Please discuss this opportunity with me before applying. Depending on how many people apply for the bursary, it may mean that the amount is shared.
Certification is dependent on completion of all face to face teaching days plus the additional course work and final assessment. Full details are contained in the course prospectus.
Internship is a self directed component of this course. There are a number of set assignments, including case studies and you will be required to complete monthly assignments and give feedback to the course director. NB There is no requirement to find a placement, or to work in a hospital or cancer centre, or anything like that, but if you do find an opportunity to do that, great!
You can apply for membership of the IYN here, and then have access to comprehensive insurance via BGi.