Who Uses The Yoga Teacher Lesson Plan Kit?
- Experienced Yoga Teachers 35%
- Newbie Yoga Teachers 25%
- Yoga Teacher Students 20%
- Advanced Yoga Students 10%
- Pilates Teachers 6%
- Advanced Yoga Students 4%
“I am just coming to the end of my Diploma in Teaching Yoga and found the answer to all my prayers with George Watt’s Yoga Teacher Lesson Planning Kit. For less than £100 I have everything I need to set up my yoga teaching practice with tried and tested yoga sessions for every age and ability. I am also looking forward to designing my own plans in the not too distant future. The breadth and range of the content is mind-boggling – in a good way. Thanks George for sharing your plans and passion.
“The Yoga Teacher Lesson Plan Kit is AMAZING. It has soooo much information. It’s like a RYT-200 and RYT-500 training all in one. There is so much valuable information, your classes can’t help but be anything but amazing after using this kit! Thanks, George, for all of the hard work and hours you’ve invested and for your quick response when I had a question. You’ve saved me a TON of hours in class planning. You have helped me to have the best classes ever! I will definitely be ordering more kits from you. A great value for the money. This information would have cost me hundreds if not thousands to purchase separately. God bless.”
“For me, lesson planning was a total nightmare, often taking a couple of days labour, I hated it and had exhausted all options of making it easier. I stumbled across George’s 15 Minute Yoga Lesson Planner on YouTube and saw this as the answer to everything for me to re lesson planning…and I wasn’t wrong. The 15 Minute Yoga Lesson Planner has saved my sanity – it’s an excellent resource that every yoga teacher/student teacher should have in their toolbox and worth every penny”.
“I find the yoga lesson plan kit inspiring and so easy to follow. I love that there are so many ‘goodies’ – more and more relevent and useful surprises keep coming. It’s no-nonsense, practical and relevent stuff. I am loving these resources but wish I had discovered them when I first started teaching.