IYN Chair Announcement

We are pleased to announce that Debbie Farrar has agreed to take on the
role of Chair of the IYN on an interim basis. Debbie will no doubt be in
touch with IYN registered teachers and schools shortly regarding
forthcoming online events and other good things she has planned for us.


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ANNOUNCEMENT

After many years of stalwart service to the IYN, Ellen Lee has stepped down from the position of Chairperson. 

 I'd like to thank Ellen on behalf of myself and Jim Gough [IYN Treasurer] for work that not only ensured that the IYN has endured but that it has also flourished. In this respect, I'd particularly like to mention Ellen's formative role in IYN Festivals, Conferences and Yoga Days, which to my mind, have helped Yoga to thrive and do its good work in the UK and beyond. Of course, we also need to thank Ellen for the many day to day nitty-gritty tasks like appraising applications and supporting members, which she also carried out with grace and energy.

Thanks Ellen, and good luck with your future ventures.

In the near future, Jim and I will be seeking a new Chair and some other keen people to join an expanded executive.

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We have a new website!

Welcome to our brand new website. We've been working hard through the summer to re design and bring the IYN website up-to-date. This process is still ongoing and we'll be adding new pages & features over the next couple of weeks. Please bear with us if during this time if you can't find the page you're looking for.

Trevor and I are currently working on the Search directories for teachers, schools and courses - if you can't find your listing, please bear with us. We hope to get everyone's info back online as soon as possible.


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Covid-19 Guidelines

We frequently get asked to provide COVID guidlines. However, the IYN has no authority in this area. The only really authoritative sources are the web sites of the Westminster Parliament and the Devolved Governments of the UK nations. Given that these national regulations and advice differ and that there are now various 'levels' of lockdown applying to regions and cities, and even differences within the levels, all but minimal generic advice is impossible.

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