TULAA - 200HR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
If you are interested in our 200 Hour program, please email us for details.
Our program incorporates knowledge from many traditional and contemporary
texts and teachers to deliver a curriculum that prepares our graduates with the knowledge to become competent, creative & compassionate teachers.
Students are taught the principles of sequencing, and the benefits and contraindications of all the primary yoga postures (asanas). Our environment
also encourages development of skillful class planning based on the melding of the student's own knowledge and personal experience. The Anatomy & Physiology segment
is unique in that we provide experiential instruction on identification and management of common limitations, and how our bodies and asanas can work together to
strengthen, open, or heal. More than just the physical asana practice, our students study the history and philosophy of yoga, and how this ancient science is applied,
both philosophically and physically, to develop a calm and tranquil mind as well as a healthy body.
Tulaa Yoga's 200 Hour Program includes:
- Asana alignment, adjustments & teaching
- Structuring and sequencing classes
- Yoga History & Philosophy
- Study of the Yoga Sutra & Bhagavad Gita
- Pranayama practice and teaching
- Relaxation techniques and teaching
- Theory and practice of meditation
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Introduction to Sanskrit & mantras
- Introduction to Ayurveda
Participants who successfully complete the program receive 200 Hour Certification from Tulaa Yoga, and eligibility to apply for their "RYT" certification (Registered Yoga Teacher) with Yoga Alliance.
Successful completion includes attendance in training sessions, completion of required reading and assignments, and passing of the final, written exam.
Cost for the program is $2,400 plus approximately $175 in required books. Payment plans are available. A non-refundable application fee/deposit of $100 is required, which is applied to the full tuition upon acceptance to the program.
Trainees are provided free classes at the studio over the duration of the program, and may be offered to teach a maximum of 4 service classes at the studio as part of their required contact hours.