Early Bird

Yoga Nidra Teacher Training Online


October 09, 2022

Early bird £449 until 9 April 2022

Six Sundays: 9 October, 6 November, 4 December 2022, 8 January, 5 February, 5 March 2023

Accreditation: 30 CPD hours (live online attendance)

Join us for this nourishing and in-depth online CPD course for yoga teachers. An invitation to explore the practice, wisdom and science of yoga nidra in a small, supportive group, while expanding your teaching skills and offerings.

Monthly gatherings, to allow space for personal discovery and absorption. On completion, you’ll be able to create and teach yoga nidra with confidence and from a heart-centred basis of understanding.

Limited spaces available.

Please see below for full course details.

Questions? You’re welcome to email Carol.

Looking forward to sharing this course and wonderful practice with you.



Why yoga nidra?

Yoga nidra is an extraordinary practice that enriches life, whatever the circumstances. It’s also many students’ favourite part of a yoga class!

Sometimes described as guided deep relaxation, meditative enquiry, or personal transformation, yoga nidra is a profound experience that’s hard to pigeon-hole. Its positive impact on our emotional, mental and physical wellbeing filters seamlessly into life and into our presence in the world. You may find that this course supports your daily life and relationships (including how you view yourself) as much as your teaching.

In more recent times, yoga nidra has been evidenced to bring relief to those suffering from various conditions including chronic pain, sleep disturbances, anxiety, stress, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It’s accessible to those without prior yoga experience and to those who want to enjoy rest and stillness, but find slowing down and the contemplative practices of yoga challenging.

Through effortless being and skilful facilitation, yoga nidra enables us to safely notice, meet and welcome all our layers (koshas) from sure ground. The practice integrates the full spectrum of being human – struggles, delights, inconsistencies and constancy – through the body, mind and (spiritual) heart. This brings an embodied clarity, balance and ease to a connected and conscious way of living.

Who is this training for?

Yoga teachers with a 200 or 500 hour qualification.

If you haven’t worked with Carol before, you’re welcome to email with your details and to potentially arrange a conversation prior to enrolment.

Course Content

  • The origins, purpose and development of yoga nidra – traditional and contemporary
  • Various approaches, lineages and levels of practice
  • How yoga nidra ‘works’; experiential insight and published research, including neuroscience, layers of consciousness, sleep stages and physiology in relation to yoga nidra, yoga philosophy and non-dual teachings
  • Options for physical comfort during the practice (stillness/movement)
  • Subtle asana, pranayama and mudra that can precede and support yoga nidra practice
  • Understanding the elements of the practice step by step, including: foundational settling, rotation of awareness and body-scanning, sankalpa (sacred intention and our heart’s true desire), breath enquiries, opposites and wholeness, meeting sensations, emotions, thoughts, reactions and responses, visualisation (pros, cons and contraindications), subtle yoga e.g. the koshas and chakras as context, exploring ‘I’ and non-identification, self-acceptance, stillness and awareness
  • How to structure and create inclusive yoga nidra practices, including progressions, depth and timescales
  • Pacing, language and authentic voice for facilitation, sound and silence
  • Teaching yoga nidra in-person and online, to groups and one-to-one
  • Offering practices that are appropriate to the needs and interests of your community, with awareness of possible student sensitivities
  • Offering yoga nidra as part of a yoga class or as a standalone practice, and creative ideas for workshops and retreats
  • Ethics, scope of practice and types of referral
  • Integration and yoga nidra in everyday life
  • Yoga nidra as a cornerstone of sustainable yoga teaching (and/or a related profession)

The course follows a simple structure. This supports you in gradually becoming steeped in the practice yourself, and in each stage of sharing it with others in your own voice.

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Course Format and Live Online Attendance

10am to 4pm. A rewarding experience with fellow yogis to look forward to each month.

*Please note* that for the privacy of participants, and due to the importance of pair work and group interaction, this course is based on live online attendance. Training days will not be recorded. If you would like accreditation for the course, live attendance at all sessions is required, similar to an in-person training.

Each day, we’ll begin with a tutor-led practice including elements of subtle asana, breath, pranayama and mudra that complement yoga nidra practice. There will be ample time for practice, reflection, discussion and practising sharing stages of the practice with each other. An opportunity to learn and develop in community.

An optional one-to-one tutorial with Carol is included in the course, at a time that’s convenient for each individual.

You’ll be part of a small group with a maximum of 12 students.


Sundays 9 October, 6 November, 4 December 2022, 8 January, 5 February, 5 March 2023

10am – 4pm


You’ll receive suggested practice outlines (you’ll become confident in creating your own practices over the six-month period), audio recordings for personal practice each month, tutor presentations and readings/poetry (traditional and contemporary).

A brief course outline for each training day will be provided on the first day of the course.

You’ll need your own yoga equipment, a computer/tablet, internet connection, optional books from the suggested reading list if desired, any audio resources other than those provided by the tutor and audio recording equipment (e.g. a smartphone).

Coursework Requirements, Certification and CPD Accreditation

  • Two audio recordings which will receive encouragement and feedback
  • Brief written reflections on personal yoga nidra practice throughout the course, for your personal development
  • A brief written reflection on one taught practice (either a group or one-to-one)
  • To receive a certificate from the tutor and CPD accreditation, live attendance at all sessions is required, in addition to the above (training days are not recorded)

This training meets the requirements for 30 contact hours as CPD with Yoga Alliance (International) and BWY (British Wheel of Yoga).

Please allow time between training days for personal practice and coursework.


£449 Early Bird until 9 April 2022

£499 thereafter

If you would prefer to pay by bank transfer, please email for details.

Terms and Cancellation Policy

The above fee includes a £100 deposit that is non-refundable and non-transferable.

If a student cancels their place more than 28 days before the course start date (i.e. before 11 September 2022), a refund for the amount paid will be issued minus the deposit.

If a student cancels their place fewer than 28 days before the course start date (i.e. after 11 September 2022) no refund is available.

If the training is cancelled by the tutor for any reason, a full refund for the amount paid will be given in £ sterling.

Refunds do not cover exchange rate losses or transaction fees.


You’re welcome to email Carol directly. I’m happy to help.

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 Course Tutor

 Carol Trevor, E-RYT 500, YACEP, BWY Dip., Yoga Nidra Cert., MA

Carol began practising yoga over 30 years ago, and teaching in 2002. She qualified with the British Wheel of Yoga in London and has contributed to teacher training programmes in Cambridge and London for the last 14 years. She is registered with Yoga Alliance (International) E-RYT500 and YACEP for the provision of CPD (Continuing Professional Development). Collaboration, warmth and intuition are at the heart of her teaching, and she encourages curiosity, self-inquiry and autonomy.

Carol first experienced yoga nidra during an immersion with Donna Farhi in 2004. At that time, she was introduced to the earlier work of Richard Miller, PhD., founder of the iRest Institute. She is certified in yoga nidra with the Bihar School/Satyananda tradition, with the guidance of Amritananda, Swami Pragyamurti and Swami Nirmal. She is a Level 2 iRest yoga nidra teacher, a contemporary, evidence-based approach. Other experience includes the Himalayan tradition, with Swami Veda Bharati on his visits to England, and teachers in this lineage.

With this wide-ranging experience and personal insights, Carol shares yoga nidra with a diverse population, encompassing various ages, interests, needs and walks of life. Her approach is accessible and appropriate for our time.

Longstanding meditation, silent retreats, restorative yoga, and a love of yoga philosophy underpin Carol’s teaching. She is an Advanced Relax and Renew Trainer®.

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Event Details

Day 1: October 09, 2022

Day 2: November 06, 2022

Day 3: December 04, 2022

Day 4: January 08, 2023

Day 5: February 05, 2023

Day 6: March 05, 2023

Start time: 10:00

End time: 16:00

Venue: Online (Zoom)

Email: [email protected]