Krama Training Programmes in Coventry

Are you looking for Yoga Classes? There are many types of them, how would you know which one is best for you? We have actually abandoned class based training in favour of workshops and individual training programmes.

The best way to start is to have an Initial Assessment to establish your needs, abilities and aspirations. We will then be able to make an informed decision about the level of training you need and which available option will suit you best. You can also start at a suitable Beginners Course or Workshop – call us to discuss what the best option would be for you.

After the Assessment / introductory workshop you will be guided to either develop your Outline Training Plan (OTP), or attend further suitable workshops or courses. Online tuition is also available.

It is recommended that you work to a plan, as it is a much more effective way of learning. Should you want to work to an OTP, it will contain the following:
– the type(s) of training to undertake
– the training groups and workshops to attend
– training at home by yourself
– monitoring your progress with your Mentor
– any other parts, as identified at the Assessment

emnewteach2-bwFor total Beginners the most suitable starting level from is the K-1 level. Here you can master the technology and understand the theory of the dynamic forms and start to build your own practice based on solid foundations.

If you are a more experienced practitioner, or come to this training new, but are quite fit, you may be able to join at K-2 level of training. This can be determined at the Initial Assessment or at a workshop.

Once you have enough experience and have developed your abilities adequately, you can practice at the K-3 level. If you’re interested in Mentor Training (Teacher Training), arrange to discuss how you could access a suitable training programme. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements.

You may also be interested in our other programme for stress management and emotional intelligence – please visit the Monkey House Project website to find out more. Thank you.