The Eonyoga Teacher Training program meets the standards described by Yoga Alliance to become a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) at the 200-hour level. Yoga Alliance requires classroom contact hours and non-contact hours. A certificate of completion is awarded upon satisfactory completion of all contact and non-contact hours. Contact hours are earned through regular attendance and non-contact hours are substantiated by the completion of all required written assignments.
Admissions and Entrance Requirements
To be considered for the program applicants should have a regular yoga practice and have practiced yoga for at least two years. Applicants should be able to physically perform the techniques they will teach. This does not mean an applicant must perform all techniques (yoga postures) covered in the training, only those they will teach. The applicant must complete and submit the application form.
The Eonyoga Teacher Training Program includes five program disciplines:
- Techniques Training and Practice
- Teaching Methodology
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Yoga Philosophy/Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers