Book Now - Guide to Pranayama Step 1 of 4 25% By filling out this form, you are confirming that you have read the course description: <teach-meditation and course syllabus: teach-meditation-syllabus and that you agree to the terms and conditions of the course on that page. Date* DD slash MM slash YYYY Name* First Last Address* Street Address City State / Province / Region ZIP / Postal Code Country* Phone*Contact Email Address* Non-refundable deposit of £150 to be transferred to: Sort code: 30 96 38 Account number: 01406185 Cost of the course is £549. The balance is due 3 weeks before the start of the course, i.e. 14th January. 1. Do meditate on a regular basis?*2. How long do you meditate daily?*3. How many years have you been meditating?*4. With what school did you do your yoga teachers’ training? (Please give name and address/website of the school)*5. How many hours was your training?* 6. When did you complete your training?7. What subsequent yoga-related trainings have you completed?8. Do you currently teach yoga?9. Is yoga teaching your full-time profession?10. If not, what other work do you do? 11. How long have you been teaching?12. On average, how many classes per week do you teach? Online and in person?13. What previous workshops / trainings have you done with Swami Saradananda14. How did you hear about this course? (if you heard from a friend, please give the name of the person)15. Why do you want to do this course? What do you hope to get out of it?16. Please give some times/dates that you would be available for your initial </br>1:1 Zoom session with Swami Saradananda – preferable on a weekday during the daytime17. Are there any other comments you would like to make or questions that you would like to ask at this time?Terms and Conditions I agree to the FollowingTo book: a non-refundable £150 deposit will hold your place on the course. Classes are small, so please book early. The deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable. Your deposit entitles you to an hour-long 1:1 training session and interview with Swami Saradananda to assess your level of practice and determine your eligibility for the course. The balance of payment is due 3 weeks before the start of the course, i.e. on 20th Aug. Refunds and transfers: once payment has been made, there are no refunds. However, you may transfer to another session of the course; there is a £100 transfer fee. You must complete the course within 3 years. Attendance: students are expected to attend all classes via Zoom and be absent only with good reason. If you are unable to attend because of illness or other emergency, you must inform the tutor before the start of the class. Students are required to register 90% attendance at live sessions– the first class cannot be missed. If a live class is missed, it is student's responsibility to make up the content by viewing the recorded sessions and doing additional homework. Students who do not reach the required attendance will not receive their certificate until they have made up the time/practice and assignments and this may incur additional costs. If you miss more than one class, you will be expected to transfer to a subsequent session of the course, with payment of £100 transfer fee. Homework: all homework is non-graded, however written assignments will be either 'pass’ or ‘refer'. If a piece of work is referred, it should be resubmitted when the necessary amendments have been made. The tutor will support and advise you through this process and detailed feedback will be given. Students must complete each assignment to the tutor's satisfaction before going on to the next assignment. As well as completing written assignments, students are expected to arrange their own teaching practice groups. This serves to enhance the student's knowledge and develop the skills needed to be a good teacher. Students will received practice teaching assignments and must report on each session taught in writing by answering self-assessment questions. Students will evaluate their own practice and progress through their own reflective self-assessment and are required to keep a reflective diary showing learning progress. Complaints must be submitted clearly in writing and will be forwarded to a panel of Yoga Alliance Professional Senior Teachers. Code of conduct: students and teachers are expected to act with mutual respect and kindness. Students are expected to remove their shoes before attending class – and to wear loose comfortable clothing (no jeans). Students are requested to turn off their phones (not simply put them into silent mode). No eating in class.CAPTCHACommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.