About the Comprehensive Yoga Fellowship


The Comprehensive Yoga Fellowship is based in the north west of England and is open to all those who have an interest in meeting with like-minded people to share their experience of yoga.  We meet for three seminars a year on a Sunday at:

 Acton Parish Hall, Chester Road, ACTON, Nr. Nantwich, Cheshire. CW5 8LG

which is conveniently situated for those travelling from surrounding areas such as, Merseyside,  Staffordshire and Manchester

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We also run an extra day each year (see 'Calendar of Events') when an experienced teacher from outside the CYF is invited to come along, bringing their particular expertise to help broaden our knowledge.

The seminars consist of a morning of hatha yoga, pranayama and relaxation and an afternoon of a selection of interesting material relating to different aspects of yoga practice. This may include meditation, practical exercises and philosophical discussion. The hall is open for early arrivals at 9.45am and the morning session begins at 10.30am. Tea and other hot drinks are available on arrival. The day ends at 4pm.  Please bring your own lunch, yoga mat, props etc.

Our seminars are included in the membership fees and are also open to non-members, who pay £10 for the day, (see 'Membership'). To join either download a membership form (see 'Membership') and send it to the address on the form along with your payment, or come along to one of our seminars to enjoy a day of yoga.  There will be an opportunity to join the Fellowship on the day if you wish.

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Teacher Training Diploma Course:
  In addition to a forum for people who enjoy yoga, the CYF was formed with the idea of training its own yoga teachers and our teacher training diploma course has gradually developed over the years.  It is now a well established three-year course which is recognised by the
Independent Yoga Network.*
   It has the benefit of being correspondence-based for the submission of essays and practically based to ensure that teaching methods are thoroughly imparted to its trainees.

* 'The Independent Yoga Network is an organisation for Yoga Teachers and Teacher Training   Schools.  As well as offering support to its members, it represents them in any forum that is likely to impact on the future of Yoga, and always with a view to keeping Yoga free 
and independent...' 
www.independentyoganetwork.org

See 'Teacher Training' for further details about our course.

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