The Yomala Vinyasa and Yoga Therapeutics training delves deeply into the practice and theory of yoga.

Seamlessly fusing scientifically and empirically led approaches to anatomy, neurology and psychology with energetic, experiential and spiritual practices to create a complete, rounded and grounded personal and teaching practice. 

The Foundation training is delivered as 3 Core Modules with a selection of Complementary Modules to tailor and expand your training. The Core Modules run either as 6 day immersions, or a series of 3 weekends. Complementary modules run as short online courses and weekend events. Practitioners are recommended to have 12 months experience of regular yoga practice and an eagerness to study. 

Core Modules

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Cm1. T

he Anatomy of Asana

We delineate the layers of physiology that overlie and underpin successful practice from a truly holistic perspective.

Our unique model blends a deep understanding of fascial meridians and sling systems with both a classical and orthopaedic model of alignment, and a nervous system centric model of understanding alignment as a psycho-somatic and variable experience. 

We consider how specific conditions and life events such as hypermobility, pregnancy, or common injuries and challenges to health can be accommodated within our signature therapeutic and accessible style of vinyasa.

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Layers of the Subtle Body


We explore the layers of the subtle energy body, including Prana and its myriad forms, Nadi, Chakra, Granthi and the 5 (+1) layers of the tantric body, through theory, asana and the meditative practices of Yoga Nidra, and 'Feeding Demons'. 

We consider in depth what it is to be 'unified', and we look at the interaction between our practice and our endocrine system, in particular adrenaline, and modern models of a healthy and integrated body/mind. Polyvagal theory and the physical trappings of emotional issues.

CM1, and CM2 can be taken in any order.

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CM3.The Art of Teaching

Both CM1, and CM2 must be completed prior to completing CM3.

We consider sequencing, adjusting , grounding, protection, practice ethics and creating sacred space in light of the content covered prior. 

We explore in greater detail the 8 limbed path of Classical Yoga, alongside later models of furthering practice with teaching from Tantric and Hatha traditions.

We conclude with a focus on 'self-care' practices, and a clear route for maintaining your personal practice and integrity as you move into teaching.

Upcoming Dates


CM1 | Immersion. 2nd July, 9am until Saturday 7th July, 5.30pm | BOOK NOW 

CM2 | ImmersionMonday 17th September, 9am until Saturday 22nd September, 5.30pm | BOOK NOW


CM1 | Weekends. 9am until 5.30pm, Jan 12/13, Feb 9/10 & Mar 2/3 | BOOK NOW

CM3 | Immersion. January 14th, 9am until 19th, 5.30pm | BOOK NOW

CM2 | Weekends. 9am until 5.30pm, May 18/19, June 15/16 & July 6/7 | BOOK NOW

CM1 | Immersion. June 3nd, 9am until 8th, 5.30pm | BOOK NOW

CM3 | Weekends. 9am until 5.30pm. Sept 28/29, Oct 26/27 & Nov 23/24 | BOOK NOW

CM2 | Immersion. October 7th, 9am until 12th, 5.30pm | BOOK NOW

Complementary Modules

~ Online content available from July 1st. Registration open from 1st April. ~

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History of Yoga.

A concise exploration of the history and development of Yoga.

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Business & Yoga.

An overview of the stages towards crafting your Yoga career.

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Journaling can be an incredibly potent tool for self reflection and development.  Here we offer advice on where to begin.

Advanced training Modules (300hr)

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In order to complete the 200hr foundation training students must have completed the 3 core modules, and 1 complementary module and have submitted both homework tasks and their practical delivery assessment.

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