FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Hot Yoga Liverpool - Yoga Classes

Unlike other forms of exercise, yoga focuses on all-encompassing wellness of mind, body, and soul. It brings fitness to the body while uplifting the spirit.

Yoga is not a religion. It is a Vedic science, first documented by ancient sages of India, which aims to unify the mind, body, and soul. This unification brings enhanced mental and spiritual awareness and well-being.

Yes! Flexibility is not required to learn yoga. Patient and empathetic teachers will help you increase fitness and flexibility.

It is highly recommended that students have at least a beginning knowledge of yoga. You can start with our Free Yoga Course to learn basic postures and terminology. This will prepare you to participate successfully in the more advanced 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training.

At Siddhi Yoga, you will be exposed to several forms of yoga, giving you a holistic view of what you’d like to teach. Our 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training covers styles such as Hatha Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Mantra Yoga, Raja Yoga, and Vinyasa Yoga.

Students who pass the course by attending all classes and completing assignments receive certificates of course completion and can start teaching. It is recommended that they apply for Yoga Alliance certification as well.

Absolutely. Many students join us for access to high-quality yoga training. This is a perfect place for those who want to go beyond the physical aspect of yoga, to study meditation and philosophy.

Yoga Alliance is an education and support organization for yoga schools. In order to become a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT), you must adhere to their standards for curriculum, planning, training, and qualification.

Yes. All our Yoga courses are Yoga Alliance accredited, ensuring international recognition.

Remember, yoga is not just about physical postures;
it’s a journey toward self-discovery and well-being. 🙏🧘‍♀️