Teacher Training 2017-18

A Yoga Alliance Approved 200- Hour Program


200 – Hour
Teacher Training Intensive 2017-18

As most of you know, I do not run a training yearly. It’s been over two years since the last training group completed and I am enthusiastic about once again sharing the teachings with a new batch of students! The Yoga Shala 200-Hour TT Program will run from October 2017 to April 2018.

While no training should be taken for the purposes of teaching ONLY, taking on an intensive group study for a period of time is extremely beneficial to the practitioner. All interested students are welcome to apply. The training is designed for serious students of Yoga who would like to deepen their understanding of traditional practice and teaching methods. Experience and daily practice in the method is important, however advanced asana practice is not a requirement for participation. Students should participate in the intensive as a way to deepen understanding of the tradition. The intensive as a step along the path of study, not an end point….more like a beginning. Current yoga teachers interested in continuing education are also encouraged to attend. Those who have taken the intensive with me in the past will be offered a 15% discount, if they register to take the course again.

200-Hour Training Dates 2017-18:
Oct 13-15
Nov 17-19
Dec 8-10
Jan 12-14
Feb 23-25
Mar 16-18
Apr 20-22

Training hours during the above weekends are:
Friday 6-9pm, Saturday 8:30am-5pm, Sunday 8am-4pm

Applications are currently being accepted. TT Info and Application 2017-18. Please email Val at info@theyogashalact.com to address additional questions.

Tuition and Refund Polices:
Tuition in the training program is $2990 (plus 6.35% CT), if paid in full by September 10, 2017. Tuition made thereafter is $3290 (plus 6.35% CT tax). Note that unlimited practice dues are covered by tuition (from October 13, 2017 to April 22, 2018). A non-refundable deposit of $500 is required to hold your space, if your application is accepted. Payment plans are available and students should discuss this necessity with Val, in advance.