How does the schedule work? Keep reading…it’s easy!
- Our course is offered as a weekend course and as a 2- or 3-week intensive.
- The Nashville weekend course usually runs about 4 months (usually 2 weekends per month). To find the next course dates, visit our FAQs or see the “Duration” block on our RYT200 page
- You’ll also attend 36 hours of yoga classes at our studio, where you’ll practice and assist teachers.
- Intensives are also offered where you complete your work in 2-3 weeks
How do I take the 36 hours of yoga classes (Nashville only)
- Once you have paid for the RYT200, you can show up at any class on our schedule. You’ll save $10 per class, or $360, because you won’t pay for these classes
- Mark yourself as “prepaid YES” on the sign-in sheet
- Keep a journal of the class dates/times you attend
- You’ll submit the dates/times and we will have the sign-in sheet with your signature to confirm the hours for all students
- If you have not fully paid for the RYT200, you may pay $10 per class, but will still keep up with the dates/times in the same manner as listed above
What happens if I miss a weekend or two?
- Work with us on a case by case basis.
When is the course?
- Please see the registration page under the FAQ “What are the exact dates of each RYT-200 Module”
Where do I find the cost, location and other info?
- On the registration page.
Module (Topic) List:
- RYT-200 Foundations
- Effective Cuing and Alignment Principles
- Yoga History & the 8 Limbs
- Yamas and Niyamas
- Yoga Sequencing & Class Themes
- Cuing for All Learning Styles
- Sanskrit for Yogis
- Pose Breakdown: Foundations
- Pose Breakdown: Lateral Flexion and Rotation
- Pose Breakdown: Foundational Poses & Forward Folds
- Pose Breakdown: Spinal Extensions and Warriors
- Pose Breakdown: Arms, Inversions and Sun Sals
- Asana Compensations and How to Correct Them
- RYT 200 Practice Teaching
- Yoga Props
- Vinyasa Flow Yoga
- Intro to Restorative Yoga
- Asanas and Affirmations (Ananda Influenced)
- Multi-level Hatha Yoga
- Inro to Yin Yoga
- Intro to Yoga for Back Health
- Chair Yoga
- Yoga for Chakras
- Energetic Anatomy
- Intro to Anatomy
- Yoga Adjusting and Assisting
- Anatomy: Core, Upper and Lower Body
- Discovering Meditation
- Meditation: Sensory and Buddhist Practices
- Yoga Nidra
- Meditation: Sound & Energy
- Meditation: Biofeedback and Visual Practices