Yoga classes are usually pretty quiet - until students start moving their joints and muscles. The natural soundtrack of cracks and pops that accompany downward dog or Marichi's poses can get quite ...View Article
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Question: How many students are in YTT?
In order to best support all students, we will have a maximum of 14 students. Our program has filled up months in advance. We recommend you apply sooner than later to reserve your spot
Question: What if I miss a weekend?
In order to receive your certificate you must meet Yoga Alliance standards and complete all contact hours. In the case of a family emergency or unfortunate event we will do our best to work with you. If you do miss time, you will need to make up the hours and pay— the private hourly rate of the teacher(s) who taught the segment(s) that was/were missed. The fee is $75/hour. You are strongly urged not to register for a teacher training program knowing that you will need to miss any time. It is costly, and it will not be the same quality of learning as with your original group of peers.
Question: I am injured. Can I still apply?
Yes. An important part of teaching yoga is learning how to make modifications and/or adaptations for people with injuries. Throughout the training, modifications are strongly encouraged. Please share your details on your application and again with the teachers and follow-up if there are any changes.
Questions: Can I take this course if I’m not sure I want to become a yoga teacher?
Absolutely! Many of our students enroll in our program unsure of whether or not they will teach. Many graduates go on to teach yoga classes, and others go on to teach private sessions with individual student in various settings (gyms, studio, on base, corporate). Whether you decide to teach or not you will leave this program feeling transformed and developed in so many ways!
Questions: Is there any homework?
Yes, in addition our in weekend trainings, there will be readings, written assignments and observations throughout the training program. All homework and observation details will be clearly explained your first weekend of training.