WELCOME TO JOHN SCOTT YOGA

Offering traditional teachings in the Counted Method of Ashtanga Vinyasa as taught by Sri K Pattabhi Jois

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Joining John and Lucy in their workshops, retreats and teacher trainings is an exploration into the deeper realms of the practice and a journey of internal discovery and reflection.  The growing community of graduate teachers, teacher trainees, students and friends is a wonderfully supportive, deeply caring and encouraging place to learn at first hand the teachings of Sri K Pattabhi Jois (Guruji) through the thoughtful and thought provoking interpretations of John and Lucy.

The community family welcomes all on their journey of discovery!

JOHN SCOTT YOGA TEACHER TRAINING FACULTY

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Lucy Crawford Scott

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John Scott

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David Keil

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Greg Nardi

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TEACHER TRAINING (TT)

Teacher Training – Level 1 (100 hours) – Level 2 (100 hours) – 500 Hour – Continued Professional Development (CPD)

Joining John Scott Teacher Training is a voyage of discovery in to Ashtanga Vinyasa, the 8 Limbs of Yoga and Self Reflection.  Training as a teacher is continually encouraged and supported both by John, Lucy, David and Greg but also by the other students joining you on your path.  It’s a great privilege to learn directly from the source of Ashtanga, Sri K Pattabhi Jois, and John and Lucy happily pass on the traditions, teachings and wisdom as given directly to them by Guruji and as discovered individually by them in their own self study.   Continuing the lineage of teachers through to those who follow is taken with great humility, authenticity and respect to the traditions of the teacher and student, and students are encouraged to embody these on their own path.

Some things to consider first:

  • Do you have a daily practice?  It’s not necessary but it helps with the vinyasa counting.
  • Do you have an open mind?  Are you willing to self enquire as well as explore externally with your senses? The more you can relate to yourself and your own experiences the better equipped you will be to share those experiences with your students.
  • Do you have a real desire to pass on what you learn? It’s not about the quantity but the quality.
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COMMUNITY

John Scott Yoga Community

The community of Ashtanga Teachers, Trainees and Students expanding around the centre of Knowledge and Wisdom that is Lucy and John is growing faster now than at any time.  Workshops, Events, Retreats, Videos, Audio podcasts and Interviews make it easier than ever before for the community surrounding these great teachers to stay in touch.  With recent developments in to Apps and Social Media the world is slowly becoming a smaller place.  As we grow, find out more information on the people ably assisting Lucy and John in growing the community

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