200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training – RYT (Kentucky)

We are a Registered Yoga School (RYS) with Yoga Alliance. Earning your Registered Yoga Teacher certification through a Yoga Alliance School is the gold standard in the yoga industry.

This page describes Bowling Green, Kentucky RYT-200 trainings. Other city locations are available, see those here. Many courses are listed on our Specialty Training page. For distance study, see our CYT program.

In 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training (Yoga-Alliance approved), you’ll learn:

  • Pose Breakdown for over 125 asanas
  • Eight Limbs of Yoga, Four Paths or Schools of Yoga
  • Yoga Philosophy and History: Deep study of Sutras and Gita, History of Asanas
  • Bandhas, Mudras, Kriyas, Chanting, Mantras, Props
  • Pranayama, Meditation
  • Class Themes, Pose Sequencing and Modifications , Cuing and Corrections
  • Multi-level Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Yoga Nidra
  • Sanskrit, Chakras, Kleshas, Koshas, Gunas
  • Assisting and Adjustments
  • Anatomy and Alignment
  • Types of Learners, Teaching Qualities, Styles of Yoga
  • Asana Compensations and Modifications
  • Team Teaching, Injury Prevention and more!

Prerequisites

All are welcome to join our RYT-200 program. View Required Reading. Reading does not have to be completed prior to starting class.

How our Kentucky RYT-200 Works

  • 180 contact hours and 20 hours of homework are required
  • Course runs 10 weekends

More Course Details

What You’ll Learn

Training Dates and Times

Download the 2020 Dates and Times

Location
Strawberry Fields
1242 College St.
Bowling Green, KY 42101

For more information, contact:
Susan Tutino
Email: SusanTutino@twc.com
Cell: (270) 303-1599

Frequently Asked Questions
What style of yoga and lineage is taught by White Crow Yoga?

Our lineage is outlined on our About Us page.  As you will read there, we are heavily influenced by Thirumoolar’s Ashtanga Therapeutic Yoga. Ashtanga means “eight limbed” and it is not what most Westerners think of when they hear “Ashtanga”; this usually conjures images of challenging sequences fathered by Pattabi Jois. While you will learn how to create vinyasa flows (poses that flow together, linked with the breath), and you may decide to make them a challenging sequence (or even a faster paced sequence), a ‘workout’ is not our primary focus.

Our goal is to teach you to offer mutli-level hatha yoga classes that encompass all eight limbs, including breath work and meditation. This means you will be taught to cater to both the least physically fit person in the room and the athletes in the room in the same class. You will learn to offer modifications that make the poses easier and options that make the poses more challenging. We’ll teach you how to meet people where they are; meaning we show you how to ease students into the eight limbs in a way that feels comfortable for them.

Once you understand the basics of making yoga accessible to anyone, yet challenging enough for more advanced students, you’ll be able to decide if you want to offer more specialized classes that cater to a specific group, such as athletes, seniors or meditators. We equip you with the tools you’ll need to grow your teaching skills in any direction you’d like!

See “Lineage and Class Styles” on our RYT-200 registration page.

What is the Attendance Policy?

Yoga Alliance requires that Registered Yoga Schools offering a credential that shall be eligible for the RYT-200 designation enforce an attendance policy that requires students to spend 180 contact hours with their instructor(s). In addition to this requirement, your instructor reserves the right to require students to make up any missed hours or topics in a manner he/she sees fit. This may include additional face to face time or additional homework.

What is the refund policy for the KY RYT?

There are no refunds for our RYT course. When you enroll, we make a commitment to you to provide the best small group training experience we can provide and you make a commitment to us that you’ll attend and pay the fees as agreed upon during enrollment. This helps keep our studio viable and allows us to continue to serve our community.

Dates and Duration

How Long is the Course and When is it Offered?

  • The program is 200 hours, which includes 180 contact hours and 20 homework hours
  • View our Next Scheduled Dates for 2020

Tuition and Registration

Full Price $2,800 one-time payment paid in full by the first day of training

Payment Plan $200 deposit plus 10 payments of $260 per weekend

We advise early registration. Space is limited to allow individual attention to each student and this class usually fills up quickly. Reserve your spot today!

Register or get more information by contacting:
Susan Tutino
Email: SusanTutino@twc.com
Cell: (270) 303-1599

What Happens After I Register?

After Registration – What to Expect:

  • You will receive an email with instructions to for logging into our student portal.
  • PDF’s, videos, homework assignments and some materials will be accessible via the portal, including WCY manuals (PDF files)
  • Buy the required books. At each class, find out which books you need to have read by the following class, or read all books ahead of time
  • Attend class on the dates listed for your training

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