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200 HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

Q1. What style of yoga is your teacher training program?


red lila School of Yoga is a Vinyasa-based yoga school. We teach classes that include fluid movement of the breath and body, attention to alignment, power within the body, focus of the mind, and restoration. You learn the art of sequencing classes by learning the blueprint of a a well-rounded vinyasa flow class throughout the training, while learning how to craft effective yoga classes from your creativity and sound sequencing principles. You will learn to teach classes for all-levels and for beginners.

Q2. What if I do not want to be a yoga teacher?


No problem at all! At the core of the training, everyone in the class will be improving their own practice. Our 200-hour training is perfect for those who only want to delve deeperinto the study of yoga. The skills you learn and the experiences you have in Teacher Training will directly impact your daily life in the most positive way possible.

Q3. I am interested in the payment plan. How does that work?


Yoga Teacher Training is an incredible experience and we want to help as much as possible.

  1. Once you complete the online registration form, we will contact you to complete your first tuition payment of either the full balance or your first payment which is a $500 deposit. This first payment is due within two weeks of regisration.
  2. After you make the $500 deposit, we will decide with you across how many months you want to pay the remaining balance.

NOTE: The last payment is due two months after training begins. There are no additional interest rates or fees for doing a payment plan.

Q4. How proficient do I have to be in yoga to do the 200 hour?


We require that you have had a minimum of 6 months of a consistent yoga practice before enrolling into YTT.

Quite frankly, this is one of the most frequently asked questions potential trainees ask us. Many potential students are concerned that their practice may not be as good as other people's in the training, or worried that not being able to do a handstand will effect their experience. We understand and want you to know that 90% of the other trainees are thinking about this, too. Once you get there and meet the rest of your Teacher Training family, you'll start to forget all about this worry and begin focusing on your growth with your new friends.

Q5. Outside of the required in-person hours, how many hours per week will I spend on YTT work and assignments?


Trainees report 2-3 hours per week of additional work for the YTT program including reading assignments, audio lectures, working on your final project, and optional practice teaching sessions with their fellow trainees.

Q6. How many people can I expect to have in my Teacher Training class?


We can accept up to 21 students into the program. You can expect anywhere from 14-21 students. In order for the learning to be effective, we want to make sure it's also personalized with individual attention.

Q7. Can I still do the training even if I can't make some of the hours?


Because this program is a certification course, there are specific hours to complete and curriculum to learn We ask all trainees to commit 100% of their time and focus to the program. If you are unable to attend specific hours of the program due to non-negotiable personal or professional obligations that require your attendance, then please contact us before enrolling so we can discuss this with you. We can accept students into the program who are missing an equivalent of 24 hours with the understanding of completing all their missed hours in a make-up session below.

Q8. What is your make-up policy?


We have three options for make-up hours:

  • Option 1: Group make-up sessions. We will have four 3-hour group make up sessions throughout the training.
  • Option 2: Schedule a private session with one of the teachers.
  • Option 3: Join the next YTT class hours. We offer our 200 hour program two times per year.

Do you want to sign up for the training and already know specific hours you will not be able to attend? Please let us know this information by contacting us via phone or email. At that time, we will discuss the relative costs.

Q9. Once I complete my training, what is next? Will I be qualified to teach yoga classes?


Your formal graduation is on the lst day of Teacher Training. You can immedaitely begin teaching yoga classes with your 200 hour certification. We use our connections and networks to help launch your new path of teaching. Many trainees have been offered opportunities to teach by gyms, companies, and studios as soon as their training is complete - and in many cases before their graduation! Trainees feel confident teaching from their extensive training and our unique Business of Yoga curriculum.

Q10. How do I register for the training?


You can sign up online! We have an easy registration process using on online form: Click here! Once we receive your online registration form, we will send you your acceptance letter with details of the program and a link to complete your tuition in full or your first payment of a $500 deposit.

See you in Teacher Training soon!


300 HOUR ADVANCED TRAINING

Q1. What style of yoga is your teacher training program?


red lila School of Yoga is a Vinyasa-based yoga school. Our trainings are rooted at the core of yoga's philosophical teachings, fused with the modern applications of sequencing, alignment, energetics, and anatomy.

The purpose of our 300-hour Teacher Training is for you to grow upon your current greatness through a deepened education and refining your skills. Sequencing is focused on mindful and intelligible vinyasa-based sequences, and will be discussed for all-levels and created by you for you to carry out via your prefered style of yoga. In short, we are confident that this training applies to various levels of teachers from various teaching backgrounds.

Q2. So I can really complete the three modules in any order?


Yes! Your 300-hour certification is made up of 3 modules that are self-contained. They can be taken in any order. Can you make module 3 first? Great. Sign up and join, then complete modules 2 and 1 in any order another time within a six year period of the first module you completed. We will offer the three modules every year around the same time of year to ensure you can complete this training if you choose to spread it out. Even better?

Q3. What if I am not currently teaching classes, or I am a new teacher?


At the core of the training, everyone in the class will be improving their own practice. If you have completed a 200 hour Teacher Training from any Yoga Alliance school, you can attend and complete this program.

If you are concerned that your teaching or knowledge may not be as proficient or fluid as other people's in the training, we understand and want you to know that many of the other trainees are thinking about this, too. Once you get there and meet the rest of your Teacher Training family, you'll start to forget all about this worry and begin delving into the education with your fun, supportive group.

Q4. Outside of the required in-person hours, how many hours per week will I spend on 300 hour YTT work and assignments?


Other weeks it may be zero. For each module, you will have 10 hours to additional work to complete that is done on your own time. Some of this work, like preparatory readings, are due before the module and other work is due two months after each module. Our students last year reported fluctuating hours. You'll likely spend no more than an additional 1-2 hours per week.

Q5. How many people can I expect to have in my 300 hour Teacher Training class?


You can expect anywhere from 12-20 students. In order for the learning to be effective, we want to make sure it's also personalized with individual attention.

Q6. Can I still do the training even if I can't make some of the hours?


If you'd like to receive your 300-hour training, 100% of the hours and curriculum are required to complete because this is a certification course. If you are unable to attend specific hours of the program due to non-negotiable personal or professional obligations that require your attendance, then please contact us before enrolling so we can discuss this with you.

Q7. What is the make-up policy?


We have developed the following make-up options below:

  • Option 1: Group make-up sessions - there are four total sessions throughout the training.
  • Option 2: Schedule a private session with one of the facilitators.
  • Option 3: Make-up hours with a future YTT class.

Do you want to sign up for the training and already know specific hours you will not be able to attend? Please let us know this information prior to registration. We'll then discuss make-up options and relative costs in more detail depending on how many hours you have to miss.

Q8. The hours each day looks long. What can I expect the schedule to be like?


To begin each YTT day, we meet practice and experientially learn core studies of advanced training. This begins with morning meditation and an opening discussion about the days curriculum including the anatomy about the module’s asana groups (i.e. core and spine, or feet, legs, and hips). Following is an intelligently sequenced vinyasa practice created around this central theme of the module. In these practices you will grow your personal practice by working on advanced variations and modifications of asanas and assisting your peers. You’ll learn to work with your body and the asanas in a more skillful way to build a deeper, more rewarding, and more sustainable yoga practice.

The afternoons are dedicated to becoming more insightful as a teacher. We’ll have practice discussions including reflections and in-depth discussions behind the why of the morning practice sequence and what you experienced. Here is where we also work on various aspects of your training from a deeper look into further anatomy, sequencing, breaking down alignment, purposeful and impactful cueing, philosophy of yoga studies and discussions, or the business of teaching yoga for a rewarding career. Following is a light and restoring brief yoga practice to soak in the day so far and refresh your body including guided meditations and pranayama.

The short evenings include continued learning from the afternoon’s topics and application of the day’s work through small group work and experiential reviews.

Q9. Do you help organize accomodations for traveling students?


Students traveling in for the training have had much success with AirBnB for finding short-term housing. In many cases, traveling students have stayed with other fellow teacher trainees for free. If you are interested in this, please contact us once you register.

Q10. I am interested in the payment plan. How does that work?


In our online application, there is a section about tuition. Here you will choose whether you would like to pay in full or complete a payment plan. We will then contact you to complete your tuition with a full payment or your first payment of a $500 deposit. Your first payment is due within one week of regisration. For the 300-hour tuition, we offer payment plans up to 6 months long. For the individual modules, we offer a 2 month payment plan.

Q11. Do you require students to take weekly public classes with you (or at a certain studio) during training?


We believe that maintaing a consistent yoga practice is of the highest importance, and is the path to successful and rewarding yoga teaching! With that, on top of your in-training hours with us, we ask you log 3 yoga practices per week on the honor system. These practices can be anywhere and with anyone you would like. We encourage adding in home yoga practices as well. In training, we'll discuss your insights and developments from your yoga practices along with Q&A sessions to address your personal practice inquiries. Not only will you refine and expand your teaching, your yoga practice will exponentially grow as a result of this training.

Q12. How do I register for the training?


We have an simple and straightforward registration process:

  • Step #1: Complete the online application.
  • Step #2: We will respond to you within one week with your enrollment including details about the program, books, and more.
  • Step #3: Complete your first tuition payment ($500 deposit) or your tuition payment in full.

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