Yoga Alliance Accreditation

Vajrasati  Yoga School school is accredited as a 500-hour teacher training program by an internationally respected Yoga Alliance. This is great news for all teachers and trainees of the school, because although we all knew what we where doing was conscientious, focused and committed practice and study and that our teacher training course is nothing if not thorough, it still makes a big difference to have this recognition.

After several years with the Yoga Alliance USA Vajrasati Yoga has moved its accreditation to The Yoga Alliance UK

Click here to see Jim Tarran's page on their website

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'Our training school has met the stringent requirements set by Yoga Alliance UK, demonstrating that our courses are of the highest standard and that our graduates may use the title 'Registered Yoga Teacher' RYT as a sign of quality training'

        

 

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on asteya (one of the five yamas)…
‘Any selfish act is acting without asteya, it is taking somehow, maybe taking someone else’s choice or freedom or opinion. It is about being aware not just of myself but of others, how do I interact with others (for instance not jumping in during a conversation, which I do too often).
There is an enormous aspect of letting go, especially for me, letting go of a need to control. It is basically trust.’

— Khadine Morcom