Foundation Yoga Training
Learn to teach yoga in Irelands most established yoga teacher training facility. Our courses place an emphasis on safety, amazing flowing sequences and detailed embodied anatomy. Our aim is to impart teachings which enrich your experience and help your growth as a teacher.
Applications are being taken for our upcoming course starting in April 2017.
Asana In-depth exploration of asana Correct alignment How to instruct Qualities of a teacher Demonstrating, assisting, observing and adjusting Safety in the classroom How to adapt and modify the... read more
As a purpose designed studio, the elbowroom opened in February 2003. Initially the director, Lisa Wilkinson, was the sole teacher in the studio but since opening the studio now has over 12 permanent... read more
2016 Foundation Yoga Teacher Training Course Bookings are now being taken for our next 250 hour foundation course starting in April 2017. This will consist of 14 weekends, (including your exam... read more
Lisa Wilkinson Owner, director and teacher at The elbowroom, Lisa has been practicing yoga for over 20 years. Training initially in Sivinanda yoga in 98, and Ashtanga yoga in San Francisco, Lisa has... read more
To attend the course you should have no less than two years instruction under a yoga teacher. To qualify for a place on the accredited course you must complete all weekends and have at least one of... read more
This course costs €2500 (This price has remained fixed since 2008 - the best value you will find for 250 hours of accredited training). Payment plans are available to spread the cost of your... read more
"See this great clip from Kathy Miliken talking in January 2014 " Kathy Miliken, Student "The course is a learning curve/journey not just in the mechanics of Ashtanga yoga but in self-exploration.... read more
The elbowroom has an extensive range of classes for all ages and abilities. We offer such an eclectic mix to enable you to find something that will suit you. If you need any advice, please contact our class advisor who can point you in the right direction.