HY-DY's Yoga Teacher Training School
CEUs offered during RYT 200 course
What you will get from the RYT 200 program
Techniques/Training/Practice: Includes asanas, pranayamas, kriyas, mantra meditation and other
traditional yoga techniques; analytical in-depth training as to how to practice various yoga
techniques, and how to guide yourself and others to comprehensively reap the benefits of the
Teaching Methodology: Includes principles of demonstration, observation, assisting and correcting, population specific pedagogy, with consideration for each student's learning style. (Graduates are often given the opportunity to teach or assist with HY-DY 's yoga programs in various communities. Course content also includes the business aspects of teaching yoga in diverse settings globally. (CEUs offered)
Anatomy and Physiology: Includes guiding the learner through each bodily system and the accompanying major/subtle physiological changes typically occurring at each stage of adult life. Includes both the study of A & P and comprehensive application of its principles to yoga practice, its benefits, contraindications, and healthy movement patterns. (CEUs offered)
Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics: Includes the study and application of yoga principles, yoga integration into personal lifestyle, and standards/ethics for quality yoga teachers.
Shaping Shades of Gray (Curriculum bonus, targeting young and older seniors) Includes program specialization. In addition to preparing participants to teach general adult populations, the last training module focuses on traditional and current age-appropriate yoga techniques that comprehensively address the needs of the 55 and older age groups. (CEUs offered)
Who can qualify for the RYT 200 program
Participant Prerequisites: All participants must have some background with the physical Asanas, i.e., postures, and clearance from their physician to fully engage the Hatha Yoga practice. The application process entails a verbal, written, and physical opportunity for HY-DY and the applicant to establish a good fit, before we accept responsibility in assisting you in achieving your goals. You do not have to be advanced in Yoga Asanas to be accepted. However, your willingness to grow through full participation in mind, body, and spiritual expansion is essential. Also important is your vision, motivation, and commitment to furthering humankind, through the Yoga profession. Written applications are available following verbal screening with program director. Accepted written applications will be followed by an additional personal screening before full course acceptance. (There is no screening process for CEUs applicants.)
Course Format: Spr. 2020 Course Feb 22nd - May 31st with specific weekend meeting dates indicated below. (Fall. course Sept 12 th - Nov. 21st ). All contact activities occur in individual, small groups and full classes. Intermittent non-contact, at-home or in-community assignments may also be part of the curriculum activities. Primary training site at 1041 Jodeco Rd. Stockbridge, GA.
Investment in this personal and professional transformational process: Certification course cost $2,000. Cost for training supplies, resource materials, & course events $200. Full $2,200 cost covers sessions conducted at designated times. It does not include your personal yoga mat, strap and blocks, (which must be brought to each training session). Participants are requested to have access to a printer to download required course materials.
Deposit of $500 due immediately following your final screening, reserves your place in the program. Following program acceptance, material fees and full balance are due before course starting date, unless payment arrangements have been made. All payments accepted at WWW.HYDYINC.ORG through credit cards, PayPal, or other. Early Bird $75 discount off full registration paid 2 wks. prior to 1st meeting date.
YOGA TEACHER TRAINING RYT 200
Spring 2020 meeting dates
(Saturdays /Sundays only 9:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.)
Session 1 Feb. 22nd & 23rd
Session 2 Feb. 29th & Mar. 1st
Session 3 Mar. 14th & 15th
Session 4 Mar. 21st & 22nd
Session 5 Apr. 4th & 5th
Session 6 Apr. 18th & 19th
Session 7 May 2nd & 3rd
Session 8 May 16th & 17th
Session 9 May 30th & 31st (Graduation)