March 27th, 2013
If you ask any of our students why they chose to study Yoga courses with BSY, you will probably find that there are as many reasons as students.
For example, Bethan Buchanan is studying to the Hatha Yoga Course so she can become a teacher. She is already a qualified teacher from South Africa, and as she hasn’t taught for a few years she thought that it would be a good way to refresh her knowledge. Previously, she had also studied BSY’s Holistic Healing for Animals and said that she chose to study a BSY Yoga Course as, “it’s a very convenient way to study and the scope offered is very interesting – I would eventually like to study most of them.” What impressed her most was the feedback from the tutors, who she described as “knowledgeable and direct.” She hopes that her studies will help her follow her dream of teaching her chosen subject and to live the life she plans to live, working from home. In the future she would like to study similar subjects with BSY, and perhaps also Colour Therapy, Dog Obedience Trainer and Creative Writing. Her advice to anyone who is considering studying with BSY is to think very carefully about which subject to do.
Jean Burton decided to study Effective Public Speaking when she started to take on more of a management role in her job, which involved speaking in front of between ten and fifteen of her colleagues, and sometime to a wider audience. She said that she chose to study with BSY because of the range of choice and the fact that the prices were reasonable. She commented that the questions have really made her study her notes and tested her knowledge and understanding of the subject. She thinks that it would help her in the future if she expanded on the notes with the help of other sources of information, such as the internet. When she has finished studying Effective Public Speaking, she plans to study Basic Clinical Sciences (which she has already enrolled on) and Project and Team Management. When asked what advice she would give to someone who may be thinking of studying with BSY, she suggested highlighting or underlining the key points in notes. She commented that students can ring their tutor for advice, and pointed out that ‘you get out what you put in’.
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