British Wheel of Yoga Foundation Course 1

If you are looking to learn more about the traditions of yoga and more about yourself, then this 60-hour course may be for you.

Within our group of like-minded people, you will share practices and ideas as you further develop your knowledge of all aspects of yoga in a fun and supportive atmosphere.

This course is ideal for students who would like to further develop their knowledge of yoga and provides a solid introduction and foundational practice for those students wishing to further their learning by joining a BWY Certificate or Diploma Teacher Training course.

What the British Wheel of Yoga Foundation 1 course covers

Asana and physical practice 

Functional Anatomy 

History and Philosophy 




What to expect 

The British Wheel of Yoga 60 hour Foundation Course 1 is designed to explore yoga in more depth. It includes practical and theoretical work on the eight limbs of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. As well as the history, different paths and schools of yoga.

You will leave the course with a greater understanding of yoga and its main aspects.

Policies and Procedures for learners

The BWY is committed to setting and maintaining high standards of training throughout their courses, and as such have a range of policies to assist both the tutor and the learner in line with the current government guidelines.

To ensure that a safe and effective learning environment is created for all learners the BWY constantly review their policies and procedures.

They can be found on the BWY website using the following links:

Equality and Diversity Policy

Reasonable Adjustments Policy

BWY Complaints Procedure

About your Teachers 

Linda Robin has gained over 700 hours of hands-on training by attended various yoga teacher training courses.

She has taught in various settings from general classes, workshops and one to one sessions, to more specialised teaching for autistic adults and children, as-well-as whole school assemblies for parents and children.

Linda runs eight-week yoga courses within various Ayrshire Primary Schools and recently produced a teaching resource used by primary school-aged children to reduce stress. This has resulted in her teaching resource “Kindfulness Cards” being published on “Glow” (the Scottish Primary and Secondary schools national internet used for teaching recourses) 

Carol Price

Carol Price started her working life as a Physical Education Teacher in Scotland before moving to England, many years ago. She is now back in South Ayrshire and the yoga journey continues.

Carol is a Diploma Course Tutor (DCT) for BWY, delivering BWYQ Level 4 Diploma/Certificate Yoga Teacher Training Courses in Norfolk and Scotland via Manchester and Spain.   Carol has assisted Belinda Emberson, on the BWY Foundation Course Tutor Training programme, for the last three years. She is currently BWY Regional Officer for Scotland. Carol is also qualified to teach Pregnancy Yoga, Children’s Yoga and is currently studying for the BWYQ Gentle Years Yoga, to become a cascade trainer in Scotland.

She will bring all of this knowledge, expertise and experience to this Foundation Course – so be prepared to learn something new about yoga and expand your yogic horizons.

Carol has practised and studied with various teachers and schools of Yoga. From this eclectic mix, came a style of teaching that combines her teaching background and her love for the more traditional Hatha Yoga practices, which she feels encompasses the very best that Yoga has to offer. Carol believes that anyone can practice Yoga, you just have to find the teacher and style that resonates with you.

I remind my students that everyone can do Yoga and Yoga is for everyone, but it can take a little while to adapt your body, mind, breath (and spirit) to what is happening in a yoga class.  As yoga is a practice for life, you can take all the time you need to adjust and let Yoga into your life.”  C. Price

Course dates

The course will run online using Zoom until such times that we can meet in person.

10.00am – 4.30pm – Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th April 2021 

10.00am – 4.30pm – Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th May 2021

10.00am – 4.30pm – Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th June 2021 

10.00am – 4.30pm – Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th July 2021

10.00am – 4.30pm – Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th September 2021

10.00am – 4.30pm – Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th October 2021

10.00am – 1.00pm – Saturday 13th November 2021 

Application, Registration and Cost 

Fill out the registration form below and we will be in touch.

Cost: £600.00*

Upon acceptance of a place on the course there is a non-refundable deposit of £100 payable followed by five monthly instalments of £100 payable by BACs by 1st of the month. 

*In addition to this all students must pay a BWY registration fee of £60. This is paid via the course tutor to the BWY. All students must become members of the BWY (cost £39). Membership must be via BWY Central Office or BWY website.

Should you decide not to complete the course, no further payment will be required but no refund will be given on anything paid.

Should you miss a session payment will still be required for that session. Please note certificates cannot be awarded for attendance for fewer than 8 of the 10 sessions.

Registration Form