Topics of Study Include:
- Advanced Ethics
- Yoga Mythology
- Advanced Anatomy
- Advanced Pranayama
- Advanced Asana (Including Prana Vayus, Drishti, Accessibility Training, Challenge Poses and Special Populations of Prenatal, Seniors & Children)
- Advanced Mantra
- Advanced Mudra
- Advanced Meditation Training
- Advanced Sequencing
- Trauma Sensitive Yoga Teacher Training
- Advanced Business of Yoga
Seva means service. The project is to teach a two-hour workshop on any yoga related topic. The Seva project involves researching, planning and implementing the workshop. If you’re able to teach your workshop to others and collect donations, you would choose a charity to donate the proceeds to. You can teach your project online or in person, there are really no restrictions on how you teach your workshop. If you’re unable to teach your workshop to others because of COVID, you can plan the workshop, practice teaching it and choose a charity that you would donate your proceeds to in the future.
Who can enroll in the training?
Anyone who has completed or is enrolled in a 200 hour yoga teacher training program. In order to register with Yoga Alliance as a RYT-500 upon completion of the 300 hour yoga teacher training program, the 200 hour training must first be completed. However, dual enrollments are accepted.
Is the training registered with Yoga Alliance?
Yes, we are registered with Yoga Alliance and are approved for the Yoga Alliance 2021 Online Exemption.
Is the training self-paced?
Yes, the training is self-paced. We also offer live elements, including optional zoom sessions for you to practice teaching yoga or to receive feedback on your asana practice. You can join live chat q&a sessions. We also offer weekly practice with one of our trainers on zoom.
Are there any required reading materials?
No, everything you need is located on your dashboard. There are recommended books on all topics of study if you're interested in learning more.