Yoga teaching training will increase your self-knowledge, awareness, and love through studying asana, pranayama, meditation, anatomy, and philosophical study. You will also learn the foundations of teaching and cuing a dynamic and hot yoga flow sequence.

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So, if you're ready to discover the joys of teaching yoga or deepen your practice, let the journey begin…

200-HOUR RYT TRAINING

Yoga Teacher Training Certification at Eagle Yoga House

Benefits of Achieving RYT Certification

Congratulations on your decision to become a yoga teacher, you are about to begin a wonderful and rewarding journey.

Completing the RYT certification program through Eagle Yoga House, qualifies you to become a certified member of Yoga Alliance. Yoga Alliance is a nationally recognized nonprofit that supports the integrity and diversity of yoga.

Learn more about the benefits of joining Yoga Alliance

Here is a small sample of what you will learn:

  • How to work cohesively with diverse groups of yogis
  • How to create a fun and engaging environment that promotes a positive experience for all
  • How to build a solid foundation that incorporates the knowledge and experience of yoga philosophy.

Motivation to get RYT certified

RYT fee is $2,800

We strongly believe that those who have the desire to teach yoga should be given the opportunity, and we are happy to accept payment arrangements.

Special Bonus – Receive a $300 discount on your 200 RYT if we receive your deposit of $500 before December 31st 2018.

Get Certified Now

We are pleased to announce the return of our highly acclaimed 200-hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training program.

YOUR RYT INSTRUCTORS

Susan Dusho

Yoga Instructor

Susan Dusho has been teaching yoga for 8 years and practicing for a decade. She teaches the basic fundamental shapes that a practitioner will focus on in any yoga class.

Mark Zimmerer

Yoga Instructor

I love being able to help people sink into a deep, relaxed, healing state. Mark’s practice emphases on bodywork, breath work, lymphatic drainage, deep tissue, visceral manipulation, and subtle cranial work.

Training Curriculum

These hours must be a mix between: 1) analytical training in how to teach and practice the techniques, and 2) guided practice of the techniques themselves. Both areas must receive substantial emphasis.

Topics in this category will include, but are not limited to:

  • Asanas;
  • Pranayamas;
  • Kriyas;
  • Chanting;
  • Mantra;
  • Meditation; and
  • Other traditional yoga techniques.

The Five Categories of Asana: The trainee will practice and learn the key poses in each category of asana (standing poses, forward bends, backbends, twists, and inversions) and will begin to develop a relationship to both the form and the function of these different categories.

Maps of Alignment: Trainees will achieve comprehension of the alignment maps for each of the five categories of asanas through observation and experience of how the poses in each category share a common foundation, and how to build upon this foundation.


Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to:

  • The study of yoga philosophies and traditional texts (such as the Yoga Sutras, Hatha Yoga Pradipika or Bhagavad Gita);
  • Yoga lifestyle, such as the precept of non-violence (ahimsa), and the concepts of dharma, and Karma;
  • Ethics for yoga teachers, such as those involving teacher – student relationships and community; and/or
  • Understanding the value of teaching yoga as a service and being of service to others (seva).

*Special Requirements: A minimum of 2 of the above Contact Hours must be spent on ethics for yoga teachers.

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The study of yoga philosophies and traditional texts (such as the Yoga Sutras, Hatha Yoga, Pradipika or Bhagavad Gita)

  • Yoga lifestyle, such as the precept of non violence (ahimsa), and the concepts of dharma, and Karma.
  • Ethics for yoga teachers, such as those involving teacher – student relationships and community
  • Understanding the value of teaching yoga as a service and being of service to others (seva); and
  • Produce reports and organize data.

Contact Hours: 15 hours*

Contact Hours w/ Lead Trainer(s): 10 hours

Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to:

  • Communication skills such as group dynamics, time management, and the establishment of priorities and boundaries;
  • How to address the specific needs of individuals and special populations, to the degree possible in a group setting;
  • Principles of demonstration, observation, assisting and correcting;
  • Teaching styles;
  • Qualities of a teacher;
  • The student learning process;
  • Business aspects of teaching yoga* (including marketing and legal);
  • Principles of Demonstrating Asanas: Discuss how effective demonstrations in class can help emphasize an alignment or other focus for the specific pose or sequence of poses;
  • Learning Modalities: identifying your dominant style, and learning how to teach based on others’ learning styles;
  • Use of Language and Voice: Lecture and discussion on active vs. passive language and the effective use of each; positive and conscious communication, and habitual speech and communication patterns.

Topics in this category could include, but are not limited to:

  • Human physical anatomy
  • Physiology (bodily systems, organs, etc.)
  • Energy anatomy and physiology (chakras, nadis, etc.)

Includes both the study of anatomy and physiology along with its application to yoga practice (benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns, etc.).

*Special Requirements: A minimum of five of the above hours must be spent applying anatomy and physiology principles to yoga.


The Standards detailed above ensure that all trainees of a RYS 200 receive training and instruction in five Educational Categories for at least 180 hours with 125 hours of those being Contact Hours.

Any remaining required curriculum contact and Non-Contact Hours (totaling 200 hours in all) are to be distributed among the five Educational Categories, but the hours may be allocated at the discretion of each RYS based on their training’s focus.


Topics in this category include:

  • Practice teaching as the lead instructor (does not include assisting, observing or giving feedback).*
  • Receiving and giving feedback.
  • Observing others teaching.**
  • Assisting students while someone else is teaching.

*Special Requirements:

  • Each trainee must spend a minimum of 5 Contact Hours actively practice teaching as the lead instructor.
    • Time spent assisting, observing others teaching, or giving feedback to others is excluded from these hours.

**Evaluation or observation of yoga classes outside of the RYS Teacher Training constitutes Non-Contact Hours.


2019 Class Dates & Time Schedule

All 9 sessions will be taught at Eagle Yoga House in Eagle, Idaho.

We are located at: 11 N Fisher Park Way # 109, Eagle, ID 83616, USA

Toll Free:208-258-3108 – Email Susan Dusho at: susan1212@me.com

Weekend Dates:

Jan 11-13

Jan 18-20

Feb 1-3

Feb 8-10

Feb 22-24

Mar 1-3

Apr 5-7

Apr 19-21

Class Time Schedule:

Friday 5-9 = 4 hrs

Saturday 9-5 = 8 hrs

Sunday 9-5 = 8 hrs

 

GRADUATION~April 26-28th, 2019

This is the day you’ve worked so hard for so we have turned it into a special 2-day event!

Investing in Your Future

The RYT course fee is $2,800. You can register online by clicking the (Sign Up) button on this page or you can call us to register. We strongly believe that those who have the desire to teach yoga should be given the opportunity, and we are happy to accept payment arrangements.

Special Bonus – Receive a $300 discount on your 200 RYT if we receive your deposit of $500 before December 31st 2018.

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Life is a mystery – mystery of beauty, bliss and divinity. Meditation is the art of unfolding that mystery. – Amit Ray