White Crow Yoga Training

We break our training course offerings into categories:

Core Trainings

These are certified training courses and each class for these courses will be noted in orange in the class calendar. Click the links below for more information.

Nashville:
     200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training – RYT
     300-Hour Yoga Wellness Specialist – RYT
     Yoga for Kids – RCYT

Florida:
     200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training – RYT

Oklahoma:
     200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training – RYT

Kentucky:
     200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training – RYT

Home Study/Online:
     CYT 200 Distance – YTT

Aqua Yoga

The classes in this course will be noted in teal in the class calendar.

Comprehensive training to teach you how to become an Aqua Yoga Instructor or how to add to your personal fitness routine or Yoga practice. You do not have to be certified by any other organizations to take our Aqua Yoga training. However, it is helpful if you have some yoga or aqua fitness experience.

Classes (locations vary) and Home Study
     Go to Aqua Yoga Course Page

Yoga Classes

These are White Crow Yoga classes available to everyone and will be noted in green in the class calendar.

Come take a class with us!

What is the difference between Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) types?

  • Registered Yoga Teacher Training (RYT) courses may be registered through Yoga Alliance
  • Certified Yoga Teacher Training (CYT) is available as distance training, but cannot be registered through Yoga Alliance
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Does it matter if you have this designation?

For many of us, yes, it does, because many teaching jobs depend upon you having this credential. Also, our students are more educated than ever, and they may look for this credential in a teacher. We opted to have our program Yoga Alliance (YA) approved because we believe it offers our graduates more teaching opportunities and it allows more Yogis to find our program. We also want to continue to grow as the YA standards emerge.

This does not mean that a CYT is not valuable or respected. An RYT may not be needed in every situation. Each student should examine her circumstances individually and make an educated decision.

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