Core Yoga Teacher Training – Level 1 – 200 Hours
The start of your Yoga Teacher journey, from the comfort of our Holland Park Yoga studio.
What Other Students Are Saying About Our Core Yoga Teacher Training
Yoga Teacher Training 200 Hours Course Overview
The One Family Yoga & Fitness Yoga Teacher Training program provides a core foundation of practice and philosophy, giving you the tools to make lasting changes in your life.
We integrate the ancient teachings of Hatha Yoga, Tantra and Ayurveda and blend this traditional information with Western science and a modern understanding of the human body and energy system.
Teaching Faculty and What They Will Teach
Lead by Senior Yoga Teacher Trainer, Lainie Jenkins
Are you ready to start Yoga Teacher Training?
Register now to receive a complimentary class to meet Lainie and ask questions about Yoga Teacher Training. We will also send you our 2020 Yoga Teacher Training Prospectus for Level 1 Core (200 Hours) and Level 2 Advanced (350 Hours).
What Our Students Are Saying About Our 200 Hours Core Yoga Teacher Training
Lainie is such a passionate, enthusiastic and knowledgable trainer. She made learning fun and ensured we had an excellent understanding of ‘why and how’ for every topic covered. I’m so glad I didn’t go anywhere else! ~ Kim Horsfall
Such a life changing course! Practical classes and training with lots of informations about how to provide a total wellness experience for students Mind, Body & Soul. Taught in the usual One Family way with a relaxed atmosphere and lots of humour. ~ Jeanette Parrish
I am very grateful to have enrolled in this course. the level of knowledge delivered by Lainie and her Teachers was insightful and extensive. If I could briefly describe the teaching it would be practical, supportive and full of integrity. The weekly classes suited me perfectly and I feel so blessed to have had the small group structure, giving us time to feel comfortable and regularly teach within the group. On completion of the L1 teacher trainman I felt confident to teach to a class and further signed up to continue my L2 teacher Training. ~ Suzanne Edwards
This teacher training course was just what I needed for some direction. I feel like I’ve learn’t more than expected and I just want to keep going. A big thanks the Lainie, Katie and everyone involved in this course. I absolutely loved it and could easily do it again. ~ Kali Pereira
The content of the course was excellent and Lainie’s guidance was inspiring. I feel equipped to continue on my yoga journey. Thank you for giving me a strong yogic base to start from. I really liked during the course the discussions that came with the face to face course and the community feel of One Family Yoga & Fitness. ~ Helen Logue
Having tried 2 other teacher trainings and left unsatisfied, I’m so glad to have found OFYF. It has been an amazing foundational course incredibly supportive, and I’ve finished with the confidence to get out and start teaching in the near future. ~ Bec Crisp
OFYF studio sets a safe and supportive learning environment that ignites and excites the student to take on and embrace each new and challenging lesson. ~ Nancy Gillam
Restorative Yoga Teacher Training: I thoroughly enjoyed the course and learnt a lot, I would highly recommend this course. ~ Angela Thom
The OFY&F Teacher Training is extremely comprehensive and provides the perfect balance of theory and practice, with an emphasis on learning to teach to each individual in the class. Taught by experts, it not only equips you with a deeper knowledge of yoga, including the foundations, philosophy and techniques, but also encourages a personal transformation that will stay with you long after your training has finished. ~ Rachel Christie
Yoga has been an equally terrifying and beautiful thing for me.
It has sat on the peripheral of my life for many years. I have watched people I love and respect go to Yoga and just shine.
I had a list of things for many years that I thought would make be better as a person. Things that would make me be the person that I wanted to be. That would make me happy. It was a long list and Yoga was on it.
But I kept telling myself that I had things to do first, before I could go to Yoga.
I had to lose weight FIRST. I had to get fit FIRST. I had to learn as much as I could before I went to my first class so that I knew what I was doing when I got there. I had to have the right clothes, eat the right food, stop drinking alcohol. I even told myself that I needed to get to a place where i was less outgoing and extroverted – that I had to be more calm and Zen.
But then I got brave and bought a Beginners Pass.
I got even braver and I came.
I wasn’t skinny, I certainly wasn’t fit, I’m pretty sure that I had wine the night before my first class and wore whatever I could find in my very UN-substantial fitness clothes drawer. I’d neglected, ignored, abused and hated this body of mine for so many years, but then I discovered that I simply COULD.
Not COULD like the Yogis of Instagram, not even COULD like most of the people in the class – but more COULD than I gave myself credit for – and I could do my level of Yoga (and still can, it’s a different level of yoga than it was then – but it is still just MY level of yoga)
It has been a long and continual journey around finding my way to Yoga. I’m actually really glad that I waited until I did. It meant I was in the right place at the right time when I was ready to be brave and now I am just so grateful.
So to me Yoga means strength – but surprisingly not just physical strength, but strength in my relationships with others, Strength in my belief in others and myself. I’ve never been stronger – inside or out.
~ Andy Ready