Teacher Training FAQ

What makes this training different?
The aim of this program is to produce exceptional teachers. We achieve this with a rigorous results-orientated approach where we incorporate systematic and intelligent tools that work in making a real difference in the classroom, and by getting real with and practicing what it takes to create authentic and powerful connections with other people, such that both students and teacher are left in the experience of fulfilment and inspiration.

What are the times for the days? 

September 21, 22 opening weekend:
Saturday 8am - 7pm. Sunday 8am - 5pm.

Saturdays thereafter: 8am - 8pm.

There will a break for lunch and a short morning and afternoon breaks.

We will run practice teaching sessions every Wednesday night from 6pm - 9pm. In order to meet the 200 hours of training, you will need to attend a minimum of 8 practice teaching evenings. You may attend every session if you want to, and we invite you to continue attending beyond the completion of your 200-hr training to keep developing your teaching and yourself. 

I'm busy and I can't make all of the dates you've presented. How would this work for me?
The curriculum of the training will be delivered during the Spring and Fall of each year, which means every year you have two opportunities to complete curriculum that you have not yet completed. There are no requirements about how quickly you need to complete the curriculum. 

What's included in the cost of tuition?
Once you have paid your deposit, you may practice at the studio free of charge for the duration of the teacher training. 

What will I need to read?
Journey Into Power - Baron Baptiste
Perfectly Imperfect - Baron Baptiste
How Yoga Works - Geshe Michael Roach
Anatomy and Asana; Preventing Yoga Injuries - Susi Hately

Recommended optional reading:
Yoga Anatomy - Leslie Kaminoff
Bhagavad Gita 

What will we be covering? What does the curriculum look like?
Our focus is on delivering key learnings and discoveries that you wouldn't be able to get on your own. As designated by the Yoga Alliance 200-hr standards, the breakdown of the training hours is as follows:

Techniques, Training and Practice - 100 hours
Teaching Methodology - 25 hours
Practice teaching - 25 hours
Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle & Ethics - 30 hours
Anatomy & Physiology - 20 hours

What opportunities are available out of this teacher training?
We are looking for teachers to teach at the studio! We are looking for people who are committed to developing themselves and committed to being up to something bigger than themselves - people who want to be a part of a team for themselves and for others.