Code of Conduct.

In order to ensure both the quality of atmosphere and diligence of study the following codes of conduct will apply:

As the provider of the training YogaTherapies agrees to;

  1. Ensure that safe and effective teaching is available to the public.

  2. Provide the public with access to safe and effective yoga teachers.

  3. Maintain and uphold the traditions and principles of yoga. To teach with experience of, and respect for these traditions and to disseminate these teachings without discrimination.

  4. Uphold the integrity of the the vocation by conducting activity in a professional and conscientious manner.

  5. Acknowledge the limitations of the skillset and scope of practitioners and where appropriate refer students to seek alternative and appropriate direction.

  6. Maintain a safe, clean and comfortable environment.

  7. Encourage diversity.

  8. Respect the rights, dignity and privacy of all students.

  9. Follow all local government, national and international laws that pertain to the profession and/or the business operations.

As a an attendee of the training, students agree to;

  1. Maintain and uphold the traditions and principles of yoga. To teach with experience of, and respect for these traditions and to disseminate these teachings without discrimination.

  2. Ensure punctuality for all sessions and respect the rights, dignity and privacy of all other students.

  3. Complete the homework and self study tasks in the allotted times, and present only original work (plagiarism will result in instant dismissal from the training)

  4. Treat all course property with appropriate respect, and to not to re-present course content as personal content.

  5. Follow all applicable local government, national and international laws.

  6. Uphold the principles conveyed in the training, and teach authentically to the training.

YogaTherapies reserve the right to discontinue the training of any student that fails to demonstrate adherence to the codes of conduct following a notice of formal warning.