200hr Vinyasa Flow TT

200hr Vinyasa Flow TT with Becky Farbstein

This training will be delivered online and in person at LEVELSIX Studios in Peckham, London.

Anatomy module led by Ian Greaves

Diversity, inclusion and cultural appropriation in yoga module led by Rishin Paonaskar

Methodology, teaching beginners and mindfulness modules led by Anna Norbury

This boutique, Yoga Alliance UK certified, 200-hr foundational yoga teacher-training course will give you the tools you need to effectively teach intelligent, well-balanced vinyasa yoga classes. Through daily asana practice, subject-specific lectures, group discussions, and many hours spent practicing teaching, you will become a skillful, authentic, informed yoga teacher. The senior yoga teacher, Becky Farbstein, has a unique background, having trained and worked as a prehistoric archaeologist for more than 15 years before becoming a successful yoga teacher. Her deep understanding and respect for how modern science can help us better understand ancient history guides and informs her approach as a yoga teacher.

View our listing on the Yoga Alliance UK directory here

Dates 2022

Intensive week in studio:

18th to 24th April 2022

Weekends – Friday sessions delivered online 6-9pm, Saturdays and Sundays full days in person:

29th & 30th April, 1st May

6th, 7th and 8th May

20th, 21st, 22nd May

27th, 28th, 29th May

10th, 11th, 12th June

17th, 18th, 19th June

Training Modules

This course covers all the key topics of a foundational yoga teacher training. 

Modules topics include:


Applied anatomy

History of yoga and philosophy

Teaching methodology


Assisting and adjusting

Pranayama and meditation

The business of yoga

Diversity, inclusion and cultural appropriation in yoga

What to expect from this training

All students will learn to apply contemporary science, anatomy, sports medicine, and injury management strategies to help them teach smart, safe, physically sustainable asana-based classes that are appropriate for modern practitioners. One homework assignment will focus on injury-management in common injuries for yoga practitioners. Participants will learn how to teach a set sequence, and homework will also teach students to write their own sequences and build a comprehensive teaching curriculum, using a guided methodology for planning classes.

​Certification will be based on a two-part examination: practical, in which the trainee teaches a full 60-minute class to other YTT participants with assessors in the room; and written. Participants will also be expected to complete the two homework assignments and do independent reading before and during the course (30 non-contact hours).

Payment options

Early Bird £3045

Deposit £250 / Balance by 15th November 2021

Full Price £3495

Deposit £250

1st instalment £1295 (paid by 15/09/21)

2nd instalment £650 (paid by 15/11/21)

3rd instalment £650 (paid by 15/01/22)

4th instalment £650 (paid by 15/03/22)

About Becky


Becky took her first yoga class at a local gym in 2004, shortly after moving from America to England to attend graduate school. For several years, she practiced Sivananda yoga to help balance the stresses of graduate school. She later discovered dynamic vinyasa yoga, which remains her passion. Becky considers herself a yoga “mutt,” and she has studied and takes inspiration from many diverse styles and schools of yoga (including Ashtanga, Iyengar, Dharma, power, and Jivamukti), but she is proud to remain independent from any “brand” or school of yoga.

Becky is fortunate to have trained with the very best teachers across the globe. She is proud to be an advanced student (500-hr YTT) of Jason Crandell, who remains her main mentor and inspiration. She completed her 200-hr YTT in London under the guidance of Stewart Gilchrist. Since then, she has also studied Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga in Mysore, India with Shri Sheshadri, completed a 40-hour CPD certificate in teaching Ashtanga (Primary Series) with David Swenson, and trained in adapting vinyasa for pre- and post-natal practitioners (with YogaBright/Claire Saunders).

Becky teaches physically and intellectually challenging vinyasa yoga classes. Her classes are informed by contemporary anatomical knowledge, which supplement her deep respect for the more than 5,000 years of yoga tradition. She believes as 21st Century teachers of yoga in the West, we must all understand and respect of the history of yoga, while incorporating modern science that helps us adapt the practice to modern practitioners. She is passionate about helping other teachers strike this important balance.

Instagram: @beckyfarbs

The Teaching Department

Anatomy Module led by Ian Greaves – Find Ian Online

Diversity, inclusion and cultural appropriation by Rishin Paonaskar – Find Rishin Online

Methodology, teaching beginners and mindfulness by Anna Norbury – Find Anna Online

To save your space you must pay a non refundable deposit of £250 and fill out the form below. Balance payment is made via bank transfer by the date specified on our email. Any questions just contact us: contact@retreatsandtrainings.yoga

Applying for a Scholarship

We have one space available for a scholarship at £1686. If you would like to apply for this space please fill out the form below. We will review all applications and select one successful applicant by 31st December 2021. The individual who benefits from a scholarship with us is committing to assist Becky Farbstein in her London classes for 6 months after the training ends, on a schedule agreed upon based on their availability.

Yoga is not about touching your toes, it’s about what you learn on the way down.

Judith Lasater