The Shala London

Baby Massage & Yoga | Mummy & Me Club IN STUDIO

Join us every Wednesday for this intimate session for mums & babies to learn and experience baby massage and yoga.

Baby Massage & Yoga | Mummy & Me Club

IN STUDIO in West Norwood / West Dulwich, South London

Our Mummy & Me baby massage club is an intimate session for mums & babies to learn and experience baby massage and yoga.

This class emphasises on connection and presence. Alexa provides a relaxed and supportive space for dedicated parent and baby time, learning a valuable skill for life to support you and your baby.

In our Baby Massage sessions (week 1 of every month / the FIRST Wednesday), you’ll learn techniques to: 

  • relax the baby’s diaphragm for full and efficient breathing
  • bring flexibility to hips and shoulders
  • strengthen their back, arms and legs in preparation for sitting and standing. 
 

In our Mum & Baby Yoga sessions (weeks 2-4 every month), you’ll enjoy this special way to connect with your baby, to gently aid your own post-natal recovery and get to know other mothers. Rhymes and rhythmic movement are used to enhance your baby’s well-being and development, while post-natal postures for the mother will enhance muscle tone, offer support for the back and boost energy levels. At the end of the class, there is time for mums to swap tips and share experiences over tea.

All of this happens in an atmosphere of loving, joyful play. This class is a perfect continuation of your journey into parenthood from our Pregnancy Yoga classes. Evolve your practice and connection with your baby from preparing for birth through delivery through the early months of your baby’s life.

Benefits of Baby Massage

  • reduces crying

  • helps relieve colic

  • improves sleep

  • encourages mother-baby bonding through physical contact

  • sensory and muscle stimulation

  • relaxes both parent & child

What You Need to Know

  • Please bring a towel for the baby and all bits and bobs including your own massage oil.

  • We recommend organic virgin coconut oil. Avoid commercial baby oils as these are usually highly perfumed. As mineral oil they are cheap derivatives of crude petroleum. They tend to feel greasy and gritty and have no organic value.

  • As a suggestion maybe also bring a teddy bear or doll next to you in case baby falls asleep or is not interested in baby massage so you can still practice the sequence.

  • We strongly recommend you arrive carrying your baby in a sling. Unfortunately, there is no space to leave prams in the ground floor. We apologise for any inconvenience.

  • We do ask that you take away any dirty nappies with you when you leave the studio after class

  • Partners are welcome for baby massage week (first week of every month). 

Benefits of Baby Yoga

Baby yoga, which complements infant massage, offers quality physical stimulation including flowing postures, holding, movement, touch, voice and deep relaxation. It induces a happy, care-free and lively parent-infant interaction which develops as the babies grow. The experience of movement combined with touch is probably the richest stimulation we can offer babies from birth.

In yoga, this stimulation occurs through the mutual involvement of parent and baby, at a pace at which the baby can absorb and integrate it. As yoga postures induce deep relaxation in adults, so in babies they bring a state of deep contentment and promote deep sleep. This playful stimulation through yoga-based exercise is the best possible way of helping babies relish life, with all its demands, as they grow.

  • During the class you will learn sequences with your child, which will stimulate the body’s systems and encourage co-ordination and flexibility. There will be a mix of dynamic exercises, special holds and relaxation techniques. This is “pure baby yoga” which originated from Dr Francoise Freedman’s work with the Peruvian Amazonian people.

  • in one short session, the baby is given as much physical activity as they would receive if they were handled and carried all day – this activity enhances deep sleep and more “settled” behaviour

  • a daily routine of activity is established through which the parent can engage constructively with their baby from birth

  • all the baby’s bodily systems are stimulated, including the digestive and nervous systems

  • the parent and baby get to know each other, enhancing communication and bonding between them and instilling confidence in the mother

  • birth traumas are healed and the baby becomes better equipped to deal with shocks

  • the baby’s enjoyment of the positive stress of yoga will increase the baby’s ability to cope with future challenges

  • through the high quality attention the baby receives from its parents, the baby learns to interact with others and play actively

  • the deep relaxation that is part of yoga helps parents cope with the stresses of early parenting.

upcoming classes

Yoga Teacher Training | 200-hour Foundation Course

in Studio in South London with some learning Online

This unique programme has evolved from more than 20 years’ experience of running a yoga centre. The course is accredited by the Yoga Alliance and is designed to  give you the skills, knowledge and motivation needed to thrive in today’s yoga environment. 

The teaching faculty comprises some of the UK’s most experienced and inspirational teachers including Gingi LeeKath RobertsMelanie CooperJennie WadstenDr Matthew Clark & Stu Girling. The course offers a solid foundation for all students, whether you know you wish to teach yoga, or you are initially looking to enrich your own personal yoga journey. 

Course Overview

The Shala School of Yoga was set up in 2016 for our experienced teaching team to pass on their considerable knowledge and produce a new generation of inspiring and authentic yoga teachers. The programme crafts and intertwines traditional methods with a more contemporary approach and provides a non-dogmatic comprehensive immersion introducing the vast subject of yoga. We examine many aspects of the science of yoga, from the physical practices of asana, pranayama, kriya and anatomy to the mental, philosophical and spiritual nature of the practice. The asana study is influenced by ashtanga yoga but is broad in scope.  


Our wider teacher training  programme  is based on modules to allow you the flexibility to choose your own individual path of learning. We also study through a blended approach, with in studio, livestream and on demand options for many courses, which allows you to comprehend topics fully and with a variety of learning styles in mind. The course gives space for learning, reading, coursework and teaching practice. 

 

Our objective for graduates who wish to teach yoga is to instill confidence, compassion and integrity. We aim for our graduate teachers to teach with passion and inspiration and for them to be able to spread yoga authentically to others in a meaningful way. Our 200-hour programme accepts 18-24 students per intake, allowing those involved to feel like they are part of a community and get the attention, nurture and guidance to take part in what is for most students a hugely transformational experience. 

 
Pranayama Practice, Teacher Training

Graduate Course Feedback

Teaching Faculty

The Shala School of Yoga brings together an exceptionally experienced and gifted team of teachers giving a broad and diverse exploration of the subject. Leading the 2021 courses are senior Yoga Alliance registered teachers Gingi Lee and Kath Roberts and Melanie Cooper. Together the three of them bring over 75 combined years of teaching experience and each have themselves come from a strong lineage of teachers under whom they have studied.

Supporting Teachers

Also on the team are: Dr Matthew Clark who will delve into the History and Philosophy of yoga; Melanie Cooper who brings Anatomy and Physiology to life, Norman Blair who will introduce you to Yin practices and Hamish Hendry sharing his experiences and invaluable insight on Dharma Philosophy and teaching Ashtanga Yoga.  

 

Lead Teacher: Melanie Cooper

Melanie has been teaching yoga since 1997 and teaching on teacher trainings since 2010. She is a versatile and highly experienced teacher who teaches  on our Level 1 and Level 2 programme. She is passionate about the ability of yoga to heal and transform peoples’ lives and her deep connection to and love of yoga is evident in her teachings.

Melanie is a genuine and down to earth teacher who brings a vast breadth of knowledge to her trainings. She offers a place where you can find what works for you, a place where you will be welcomed as you are with no judgement or expectations – where you can find the practice and way of teaching that is truly right for you.

Melanie divides her time between the UK and Goa running teacher trainings and retreats in UK, Sweden, Crete and India. Sometimes she can be spotted dancing on the beach. She is the author of ‘Teaching Yoga Adjusting Asana’.

Gingi Lee Yoga

Lead Teacher: Gingi Lee

The founder of the Shala, Gingi has taught, trained and inspired many British and international yoga teachers over the last two decades. Gingi initially studied and taught martial arts and then moved on to study Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga with the late Derek Ireland. He has been teaching yoga for 25+ years and running his own centre for 21 years. In the last few years he has regularly trained with Bodyrolling innovator Yamuna Zake and he now incorporates this practice into his teachings. Read more on his Biography

Gingi is “a passionate and knowledgeable teacher, who engages with the students and creates an open and honest environment for sharing and learning.”

 

“I didn’t expect to go so deep with this practice on the TTC. Very intense and emotional experience. Gingi held such a safe supportive space it was really special.”

 

“I feel very lucky to learn from such a gifted adjuster. Gingi has such a lovely approach to this art.”

Kath Roberts Teacher Training

Lead Teacher: Kath Roberts

Kath has been an integral part of the faculty since its inception and has been teaching with Gingi at the Shala since 2003. With 30 years of experience on the mat and 20+ years of teaching experience, she brings an extraordinary depth and breadth of knowledge as a teacher. Kath’s far-reaching influences include Sivananda, Ashtanga and most noticeably Iyengar and she fuses these styles in her teachings, creating a rich and informed approach to yoga. Read more on her Biography.

 

“Kath is an outstanding teacher who combines a wonderful understanding of technique and purpose with great empathy and compassion.”

 

“Kath is an authentic and dedicated teacher who teaches with infinite humility, integrity and compassion.”

 

“kind, humble and her students are her priority.”

“Kath brings about a different energy… her nurturing qualities and quiet energy have been so crucial to the course”

Course Structure

Modules

The 200-hour programme comprises of four modules, all four of which must be completed if you wish to gain a 200-hour certificate

 

If you join the course then we reserve a space for you on all four upcoming modules. There is, however, flexibility for the Anatomy and the Philosophy modules to be deferred to a later date as long as all four modules are completed within 1 to 2 years to gain certification. Modules can also be done as stand-alone courses with no 200-hour certification. Click on the links above to read more about each individual module.

Mentoring

The course includes monthly small group mentoring by the lead teachers who will hold session via Zoom throughout the duration of Foundation 2. The aim of these sessions is to support you through the course and provide a safe and more intimite forum for discussion and answering any specific questions which may come up for you.  

Blended Learning

We understand that many students work full time at the same time as studying, while others may have caring responsibilities and other commitments, so we offer a degree of flexibility with the format of our course. The programme has some components of blended learning in the form of livestream online sessions and some pre-recorded content for philosophy and anatomy which can, should you wish to, be completed at later dates.

Foundations 1 and 2 take place in the studio and we do require students to attend in person. We feel strongly that these practices are best learnt and experienced in person where we can fully explore the deeper energetics and nuances, including communicating through touch. In instances where you are absolutely unable to come into the studio, then we can  accommodate the option to attend via Zoom livestream, but this should be in exceptional circumstances.


Elective Modules

As a Shala 200-hour student you have the added benefit of being able to study any of our additional specialist modules to allow you to also teach areas of yoga that are of particular interest to you. These specialist interest courses range from pregnancy yoga to sequencing, aerial, yin yoga, yoga nidra and restorative yoga. Students completing Foundation 1, 2 and Philosophy 1 and Anatomy 1 who also do a specialist module would be qualified to teach these as specialist subjects (although there are some exceptions to this rule).  See other elective modules here.

Syllabus

This 200-hour course is a foundation yoga course which will introduce students to the vast subject of yoga. The Asana module will be influenced by ashtanga but will be broad in scope using the ashtanga sequence as a framework to explore postures and hands-on adjustments in more depth. We will explore an accessible beginners vinyasa sequence, in addition to the full ashtanga primary sequence and students will be equipped to go on to teach ashtanga or to explore vinyasa sequencing of their own. The approach will be non-dogmatic and will touch on the traditional and more contemporary approaches to yoga. You will learn some hands-on adjustments, detailed alignment and technical break down of the postures.


A typical day starts with pranayama, meditation and/or chanting and an asana practice. There are 205 contact hours in total in addition to about 50-75 non-contact hours required for assignments and coursework. For more on how the course breaks down please see the drop down menu on Syllabus Breakdown below.

What you can expect from the Course

By the end of the course you can expect to:

  • be able to confidently teach a dynamic led Level 1 and Level 2 class influenced by the ashtanga system 
  • be able to safely adjust many of the postures in the ashtanga primary series
  • have an understanding of anatomy & physiology and be able to translate this into your teachings
  • have a connection with the philosophical and historical roots of yoga and be able to transmit this into teaching
  • have a full grasp of the ethics of yoga and how this translates into being a teacher
  • be confident to lead simple pranayama, meditation and chanting within the class
  • have a deeper connection to yoga and be living yoga beyond the mat
Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series

The Shala School of Yoga Teacher Training Programme

2022 Course Dates

  • The dates of our 200-hour modules are set out below and will not change unless there are exceptional circumstances. 
  • It is essential that you are available to attend all days of each module to fulfil your requirements and graduate from the training. 
  • If accepted on to the course you will be reserved a place for all four upcoming modules (Foundations 1, Foundations 2, Anatomy 1, Philosophy 1).
  • It is possible to sign up for the modules one by one and spread them out over a longer period of learning though this is a less economical way to do the course.
  • As long as all modules are successfully completed within a period of 2 years you can still attain a 200-hour accreditation. 
  • Your starting point should always be Foundations 1 which usually runs twice a year. 
  • When IN STUDIO, the course takes place at the Shala in West Norwood. 
  • The hours for Foundations 1 & 2 are usually 9am–6pm in the studio. In extenuating circumstances it will be possible to attend via Zoom but this is not encouraged. 
  • Here are the upcoming dates for Foundations 1 & 2. You can choose to do both modules with the same lead teacher(s) or you can opt for different lead teachers for each module.

Foundations 1 with Gingi Lee & Kath Roberts IN STUDIO

  • Saturday 8 January 2022
  • Sunday 9 January 2022 
  • Friday 11 February 2022
  • Saturday 12 February 2022
  • Sunday 13 February 2022
  • Friday 18 March 2022
  • Saturday 19 March 2022
  • Sunday 20 March 2022

Foundations 2 with Gingi Lee & Kath Roberts IN STUDIO

  • Saturday 30 April 2022
  • Sunday 1 May 2022
  • Monday 2 May 2022
  • Saturday 4 June 2022
  • Sunday 5 June 2022
  • Monday 6 June 2022
  • Saturday 2 July 2022
  • Sunday 3 July 2022
  • Monday 4 July 2022
  • Saturday 10 September 2022
  • Sunday 11 September 2022
  • Monday 12 September 2022

Foundations 1 with Melanie Cooper IN STUDIO or ONLINE

  • Friday 30 September 2022
  • Saturday 1 October 2022
  • Sunday 2 October 2022
  • Monday 3 October 2022
  • Friday 18 November 2022
  • Saturday 19 November 2022
  • Sunday 20 November2022
  • Monday 21 November 2022

Foundations 2 with Melanie Cooper IN STUDIO

    • Friday, 13 January 2023
    • Saturday, 14 January 2023
    • Sunday, 15 January 2023
    • Monday, 16 January 2023
    • Friday, 24 February 2023
    • Saturday, 25 February 2023
    • Sunday, 26 February 2023
    • Monday, 27 February 2023
    • Friday, 24 March 2023
    • Saturday, 25 March 2023
    • Sunday, 26 March 2023
    • Monday, 27 March 2023

For the next Anatomy and Philosophy Module dates please see respective module pages.

Or Click here for a pdf of whole schedule with all modules for our next course.

Fees

Discount on Shala classes

Practicalities

Course Requirements & Recommendations

Application Process

Open Days

We invite you to join us for our Open Day which will take place IN STUDIO and will also be livestreamed. Alternatively you are welcome to book a call with one of the lead teachers or the course organiser. Just drop us an email with suggested times and a phone number.

Yoga Teacher Training | 200-hour Foundation Course

in Studio in South London with some learning Online

This unique programme has evolved from more than 20 years’ experience of running a yoga centre. The course is accredited by the Yoga Alliance and is designed to  give you the skills, knowledge and motivation needed to thrive in today’s yoga environment. 

The teaching faculty comprises some of the UK’s most experienced and inspirational teachers including Gingi LeeKath RobertsMelanie CooperJennie WadstenDr Matthew Clark & Stu Girling. The course offers a solid foundation for all students, whether you know you wish to teach yoga, or you are initially looking to enrich your own personal yoga journey. 

Course Overview

The Shala School of Yoga was set up in 2016 for our experienced teaching team to pass on their considerable knowledge and produce a new generation of inspiring and authentic yoga teachers. The programme crafts and intertwines traditional methods with a more contemporary approach and provides a non-dogmatic comprehensive immersion introducing the vast subject of yoga. We examine many aspects of the science of yoga, from the physical practices of asana, pranayama, kriya and anatomy to the mental, philosophical and spiritual nature of the practice. The asana study is influenced by ashtanga yoga but is broad in scope.  


Our wider teacher training  programme  is based on modules to allow you the flexibility to choose your own individual path of learning. We also study through a blended approach, with in studio, livestream and on demand options for many courses, which allows you to comprehend topics fully and with a variety of learning styles in mind. The course gives space for learning, reading, coursework and teaching practice. 

 

Our objective for graduates who wish to teach yoga is to instill confidence, compassion and integrity. We aim for our graduate teachers to teach with passion and inspiration and for them to be able to spread yoga authentically to others in a meaningful way. Our 200-hour programme accepts 18-24 students per intake, allowing those involved to feel like they are part of a community and get the attention, nurture and guidance to take part in what is for most students a hugely transformational experience. 

 
Pranayama Practice, Teacher Training

Graduate Course Feedback

Teaching Faculty

The Shala School of Yoga brings together an exceptionally experienced and gifted team of teachers giving a broad and diverse exploration of the subject. Leading the 2021 courses are senior Yoga Alliance registered teachers Gingi Lee and Kath Roberts and Melanie Cooper. Together the three of them bring over 75 combined years of teaching experience and each have themselves come from a strong lineage of teachers under whom they have studied.

Supporting Teachers

Also on the team are: Dr Matthew Clark who will delve into the History and Philosophy of yoga; Melanie Cooper who brings Anatomy and Physiology to life, Norman Blair who will introduce you to Yin practices and Hamish Hendry sharing his experiences and invaluable insight on Dharma Philosophy and teaching Ashtanga Yoga.  

 

Lead Teacher: Melanie Cooper

Melanie has been teaching yoga since 1997 and teaching on teacher trainings since 2010. She is a versatile and highly experienced teacher who teaches  on our Level 1 and Level 2 programme. She is passionate about the ability of yoga to heal and transform peoples’ lives and her deep connection to and love of yoga is evident in her teachings.

Melanie is a genuine and down to earth teacher who brings a vast breadth of knowledge to her trainings. She offers a place where you can find what works for you, a place where you will be welcomed as you are with no judgement or expectations – where you can find the practice and way of teaching that is truly right for you.

Melanie divides her time between the UK and Goa running teacher trainings and retreats in UK, Sweden, Crete and India. Sometimes she can be spotted dancing on the beach. She is the author of ‘Teaching Yoga Adjusting Asana’.

Gingi Lee Yoga

Lead Teacher: Gingi Lee

The founder of the Shala, Gingi has taught, trained and inspired many British and international yoga teachers over the last two decades. Gingi initially studied and taught martial arts and then moved on to study Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga with the late Derek Ireland. He has been teaching yoga for 25+ years and running his own centre for 21 years. In the last few years he has regularly trained with Bodyrolling innovator Yamuna Zake and he now incorporates this practice into his teachings. Read more on his Biography

Gingi is “a passionate and knowledgeable teacher, who engages with the students and creates an open and honest environment for sharing and learning.”

 

“I didn’t expect to go so deep with this practice on the TTC. Very intense and emotional experience. Gingi held such a safe supportive space it was really special.”

 

“I feel very lucky to learn from such a gifted adjuster. Gingi has such a lovely approach to this art.”

Kath Roberts Teacher Training

Lead Teacher: Kath Roberts

Kath has been an integral part of the faculty since its inception and has been teaching with Gingi at the Shala since 2003. With 30 years of experience on the mat and 20+ years of teaching experience, she brings an extraordinary depth and breadth of knowledge as a teacher. Kath’s far-reaching influences include Sivananda, Ashtanga and most noticeably Iyengar and she fuses these styles in her teachings, creating a rich and informed approach to yoga. Read more on her Biography.

 

“Kath is an outstanding teacher who combines a wonderful understanding of technique and purpose with great empathy and compassion.”

 

“Kath is an authentic and dedicated teacher who teaches with infinite humility, integrity and compassion.”

 

“kind, humble and her students are her priority.”

“Kath brings about a different energy… her nurturing qualities and quiet energy have been so crucial to the course”

Course Structure

Modules

The 200-hour programme comprises of four modules, all four of which must be completed if you wish to gain a 200-hour certificate

 

If you join the course then we reserve a space for you on all four upcoming modules. There is, however, flexibility for the Anatomy and the Philosophy modules to be deferred to a later date as long as all four modules are completed within 1 to 2 years to gain certification. Modules can also be done as stand-alone courses with no 200-hour certification. Click on the links above to read more about each individual module.

Mentoring

The course includes monthly small group mentoring by the lead teachers who will hold session via Zoom throughout the duration of Foundation 2. The aim of these sessions is to support you through the course and provide a safe and more intimite forum for discussion and answering any specific questions which may come up for you.  

Blended Learning

We understand that many students work full time at the same time as studying, while others may have caring responsibilities and other commitments, so we offer a degree of flexibility with the format of our course. The programme has some components of blended learning in the form of livestream online sessions and some pre-recorded content for philosophy and anatomy which can, should you wish to, be completed at later dates.

Foundations 1 and 2 take place in the studio and we do require students to attend in person. We feel strongly that these practices are best learnt and experienced in person where we can fully explore the deeper energetics and nuances, including communicating through touch. In instances where you are absolutely unable to come into the studio, then we can  accommodate the option to attend via Zoom livestream, but this should be in exceptional circumstances.


Elective Modules

As a Shala 200-hour student you have the added benefit of being able to study any of our additional specialist modules to allow you to also teach areas of yoga that are of particular interest to you. These specialist interest courses range from pregnancy yoga to sequencing, aerial, yin yoga, yoga nidra and restorative yoga. Students completing Foundation 1, 2 and Philosophy 1 and Anatomy 1 who also do a specialist module would be qualified to teach these as specialist subjects (although there are some exceptions to this rule).  See other elective modules here.

Syllabus

This 200-hour course is a foundation yoga course which will introduce students to the vast subject of yoga. The Asana module will be influenced by ashtanga but will be broad in scope using the ashtanga sequence as a framework to explore postures and hands-on adjustments in more depth. We will explore an accessible beginners vinyasa sequence, in addition to the full ashtanga primary sequence and students will be equipped to go on to teach ashtanga or to explore vinyasa sequencing of their own. The approach will be non-dogmatic and will touch on the traditional and more contemporary approaches to yoga. You will learn some hands-on adjustments, detailed alignment and technical break down of the postures.


A typical day starts with pranayama, meditation and/or chanting and an asana practice. There are 205 contact hours in total in addition to about 50-75 non-contact hours required for assignments and coursework. For more on how the course breaks down please see the drop down menu on Syllabus Breakdown below.

What you can expect from the Course

By the end of the course you can expect to:

  • be able to confidently teach a dynamic led Level 1 and Level 2 class influenced by the ashtanga system 
  • be able to safely adjust many of the postures in the ashtanga primary series
  • have an understanding of anatomy & physiology and be able to translate this into your teachings
  • have a connection with the philosophical and historical roots of yoga and be able to transmit this into teaching
  • have a full grasp of the ethics of yoga and how this translates into being a teacher
  • be confident to lead simple pranayama, meditation and chanting within the class
  • have a deeper connection to yoga and be living yoga beyond the mat
Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series

The Shala School of Yoga Teacher Training Programme

2022 Course Dates

  • The dates of our 200-hour modules are set out below and will not change unless there are exceptional circumstances. 
  • It is essential that you are available to attend all days of each module to fulfil your requirements and graduate from the training. 
  • If accepted on to the course you will be reserved a place for all four upcoming modules (Foundations 1, Foundations 2, Anatomy 1, Philosophy 1).
  • It is possible to sign up for the modules one by one and spread them out over a longer period of learning though this is a less economical way to do the course.
  • As long as all modules are successfully completed within a period of 2 years you can still attain a 200-hour accreditation. 
  • Your starting point should always be Foundations 1 which usually runs twice a year. 
  • When IN STUDIO, the course takes place at the Shala in West Norwood. 
  • The hours for Foundations 1 & 2 are usually 9am–6pm in the studio. In extenuating circumstances it will be possible to attend via Zoom but this is not encouraged. 
  • Here are the upcoming dates for Foundations 1 & 2. You can choose to do both modules with the same lead teacher(s) or you can opt for different lead teachers for each module.

Foundations 1 with Gingi Lee & Kath Roberts IN STUDIO

  • Saturday 8 January 2022
  • Sunday 9 January 2022 
  • Friday 11 February 2022
  • Saturday 12 February 2022
  • Sunday 13 February 2022
  • Friday 18 March 2022
  • Saturday 19 March 2022
  • Sunday 20 March 2022

Foundations 2 with Gingi Lee & Kath Roberts IN STUDIO

  • Saturday 30 April 2022
  • Sunday 1 May 2022
  • Monday 2 May 2022
  • Saturday 4 June 2022
  • Sunday 5 June 2022
  • Monday 6 June 2022
  • Saturday 2 July 2022
  • Sunday 3 July 2022
  • Monday 4 July 2022
  • Saturday 10 September 2022
  • Sunday 11 September 2022
  • Monday 12 September 2022

Foundations 1 with Melanie Cooper IN STUDIO or ONLINE

  • Friday 30 September 2022
  • Saturday 1 October 2022
  • Sunday 2 October 2022
  • Monday 3 October 2022
  • Friday 18 November 2022
  • Saturday 19 November 2022
  • Sunday 20 November2022
  • Monday 21 November 2022

Foundations 2 with Melanie Cooper IN STUDIO

    • Friday, 13 January 2023
    • Saturday, 14 January 2023
    • Sunday, 15 January 2023
    • Monday, 16 January 2023
    • Friday, 24 February 2023
    • Saturday, 25 February 2023
    • Sunday, 26 February 2023
    • Monday, 27 February 2023
    • Friday, 24 March 2023
    • Saturday, 25 March 2023
    • Sunday, 26 March 2023
    • Monday, 27 March 2023

For the next Anatomy and Philosophy Module dates please see respective module pages.

Or Click here for a pdf of whole schedule with all modules for our next course.

Fees

Discount on Shala classes

Practicalities

Course Requirements & Recommendations

Application Process

Open Days

We invite you to join us for our Open Day which will take place IN STUDIO and will also be livestreamed. Alternatively you are welcome to book a call with one of the lead teachers or the course organiser. Just drop us an email with suggested times and a phone number.

Upcoming Classes