Who is this yoga training for?
This 200-hour yoga instructor training is for the yoga addict looking to perfect and understand yoga better, as well as the new yogi that knows they want more than group classes.
What style of yoga is this 200 Hour Teacher Training?
The style of yoga taught in this training can be called “intelligent Vinyasa Flow”. A dynamic vinyasa practice, with cues and instructions from the Ashtanga and Iyengar styles.
How proficient in yoga do I need to be to take part in this training?
You don't need to be a perfect yogi to join this training. We recommend you having at least 6 months to a year of yoga practice experience, to know the basic postures and have the experience of practicing yoga on a regular basis.
What if I don't want to become a yoga teacher?
No problem! Our 200-hour training is ideal for those who want to delve deeper into the study of yoga, and to improve their own practice. It’s also great for students who simply want to have a transformational experience.
Can I take this 200 hour Teacher Training if I have done another training in the past?
You are welcome to join this training, even though you have previously completed a different training. It's always good to learn from more than one teacher!
Upon registration show us your certification of your previous education and you will receive a discount!
What is Yoga Alliance?
Yoga Alliance is an organization that was started in 1999 as a way to create nationally recognized standards for yoga teachers and yoga teacher trainings in the US. More and more yoga studios across the country are requiring their teachers to register with the Yoga Alliance, either at the 200-Hour or 500-Hour level. Yoga Alliance registration, however, is not a legal requirement for teaching yoga. Currently, there are no legal certification requirements to be a yoga teacher.
What happens after the training?
Get certified and share your passion right away! Upon completion of all requirements of the course, you will be a yoga alliance certified Yoga instructor! You can teach online and in-person, start sending out your resume to potential studios, or incorporate yoga classes into the studios you’re currently teaching at. Get ready for a world of exciting possibilities and live your dream of sharing your passion for yoga with others.