This Yoga instructor certification program prepares students to meet the requirements for Yoga Alliance to become a 200- hour registered yoga teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance. Yoga Alliance sets forth widely recognized standards for yoga teachers and teacher-training programs, including the minimum number of hours of training in each of five areas: teaching methodology, techniques of teaching, anatomy and physiology, philosophy and lifestyle as well as a teaching practicum. This comprehensive and wisdom based program provides students with a broad background and practical experience to enhance their teaching skills and build confidence meeting the diverse needs of future students and populations. After students earn their status as registered yoga teachers they can apply for positions at yoga studios, health and fitness centers, country clubs, recreation districts, hospitals and health and wellness centers.
The estimated number of students to earn this Yoga Teacher Training Certificate is approximately 30 a year.
The goals of the Yoga Teacher Training Certificate of Achievement is to prepare students to enter the workforce as knowledgeable and confident yoga teachers. Students earning this certificate that is partnered with industry leader Yoga Alliance will be prepared for career opportunities including yoga studios, health and fitness studios, country clubs, recreation districts, hospitals and health and wellness centers.
This is an eight unit certificate that offers curriculum that is based upon Yoga teaching methodology, techniques of teaching, anatomy and physiology, philosophy and lifestyle and teaching practicum experience.
(Y1 or S1)
|Kine 18||Yoga Teacher Training Essentials||3 units||Fall 2019|
|Kine 19 ||Yoga Teacher Training Progressive Methodologies||3 units||Fall 2019|
|Kine 98 A-D||Foundations to Advanced Yoga||1 unit||Fall 2019|
|Kine 99||Power Yoga||1 unit||Fall 2019|
|Kine 92||Yoga for Dancers ||1 unit||Fall 2019|
|Kine 95A||Work Experience||1 unit||Fall 2019|
Diann Thursby · 10/04/18
Received regional recommendation at 10-01-18 IEDRC Deans Meeting.