Define Yourself as a Yoga Teacher
You have 200 hours of training under your mat.* You can guide students through an intelligent, effective yoga class. Now it's time to master yoga as a life path.
Through a dedicated apprenticeship and by participating in professional workshops, our comprehensive program will help you hone your unique teaching style and voice. What makes YogaWorks' 300-hour program stand out?
Our Personal Approach
The mentor relationship was originally how yoga was passed down to new teachers and YogaWorks continues this effective learning tradition. Not all 300-Hour programs include the apprenticeship. Please ask your program advisor.
One-on-one mentor relationship to guide you throughout the program and beyond
Observing your mentor in class
A final project designed to help define yourself as a yoga teacher
Addressing yoga teaching questions and discussions in small group meetings with your mentor and other students
Your Opportunity for Deeper Learning
To add to your teaching tool kit, you will participate in workshops on a wide variety of teaching topics, including:
Teaching vinyasa flow and advanced asana
Practicing hands-on adjustments
Injury assessment and management
Understanding restorative yoga and yoga for chronic illness
Deeper meditation, subtle body and yoga philosophy studies
Tailoring classes for beginners and pregnant women
Understanding the business and ethics of yoga
Diversity and Inclusivity in Yoga
Graduates are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as a RYT 500.
*Graduation from a United States Yoga Alliance Registered 200-hour training is required to enroll in our 300-hour program. If your 200-hour training was not through YogaWorks, you will be required to take our 75-hour bridge program. Please note if you are not already registered with US Yoga Alliance at the 200-Hour level, you will not be approved for your RYT 500 registration. Please ask your program advisor. Please note that Yoga Tree 200-Hour Graduates will receive their bridge program free of cost until December 2021.
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