Our yoga teacher training programs brings a modern approach to the ancient practices of yoga. We introduce students to postures, meditation, and breathing elements of a yoga practice on our yoga mats; along with the lifestyle, leadership & entrepreneurial practices critical to our practice beyond the mat.
We are committed to help our students connect with their intention to elevate their practice, inspire personal growth, and cultivate their entrepreneurial spirit. Even if you don’t intend to become a yoga teacher, and even if you don’t do every posture perfectly, YOU CAN BE AN AMAZING TEACHER!
We believe everyone has a story to tell, and those stories add to the richness of our lives & our community. Your own story can be an inspiration to others you meet along the path. If you enjoy inspiring others & helping people achieve their health & wellness goals, or if you want to enhance your own yoga practice, then our teacher training programs are right for you. The question is not how well you can you do poses. Rather, instead, why do you choose to practice yoga?
The opportunity to explore a deeper path of your yoga practice, both on & off your mat, is challenging, beautiful, and well worth the investment. At the beginning, this path may be dimly lit & you may full of uncertainty. Be confident! You will share the path with fellow travelers & we look forward to serving as your guides. Thank you for trusting us along your journey!
If you have questions or need insights about the training program, or how to deepen your practice, we are here to help. We look forward to connecting with you soon!
SOL Hot Yoga Studio is a Registered Yoga School (RYS) approved by Yoga Alliance (Registry ID: 249309). Students who complete a verified training with our school will be eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT).
We will be offering a 200-hour training course, and Sky is also a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider (YACEP). Sky exceeds the E-RYT 500 standards with nearly 4,000 hours of teaching yoga classes & coaching yoga teachers.
- E-RYT 500: This is a RYT 500 who has taught yoga for at least four years and at least 2,000 hours of yoga classes since completing their first training (200-hour or 500-hour). At least 500 of these teaching hours need to be accumulated after completing the advanced training.
- E-RYT 200: This is a RYT 200 who has taught yoga for at least two years and at least 1,000 hours of yoga classes since completion of training with a RYS 200. This person must have accumulated the 1,000 hours of yoga teaching experience after meeting the RYT 200 requirements.
For more information about training with us, please email Sky (firstname.lastname@example.org), and check out Sky’s profile registered online with Yoga Alliance.
What do you get from yoga teacher training with Sol?
A lot depends on what you want to learn and what you intend to do with the knowledge after completion of the training. In many cases, the student is interested in learning for the sake of learning & exploring something new. In a few cases, the student actually wants to begin a profession as a yoga teacher. As with our practice on the mat, our yoga teacher training is designed to help you reach your goals – whatever path you choose.
How long does it take?
The short answer is 200 hours. The format of how those hours are completed will determine when you graduate. Once the 200-hour curriculum is completed, students are eligible to apply for the Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) 200 credential from Yoga Alliance – the industry authority for yoga teachers around the world.
The 200 contact hours include 22 separate learning modules. In our current format, we are offering those modules during 11 weekends of classes. Contact hours include 2.5 hours each Friday, and full days on Saturdays & Sundays. We do make every effort to accommodate holidays, travel for work, and potential sick days. In the event you can’t attend the classroom portion, we ask that you let us know in advance so that we can coordinate time to cover the missed material.
Aside from the classroom portion, Individual Practice time in our studio is also required, and counts toward the total contact time. We highly recommend attending at least 3 classes per week, in addition to the teacher training weekends.
As with any practice, your journey depends on each step you choose. At the commencement of training, all students will be provided with a log to keep track of their attendance and individual practice time. Those logs will be collected prior to graduation.
What’s the curriculum?
The Sol Hot Yoga teacher training curriculum covers 5 general topics (flip the boxes below to learn more)
Tools & Techniques
training in how to teach yoga; guided practice in postures, demonstration & open discussion
leading classes& how to demonstrate, observe, assist & correct postures
Anatomy & Physiology
physical anatomy & physiologyenergy anatomy & physiologythe nervous system
Philosophy & Ethics
ethicstraditional textslife off the mat
Practice Leading Yoga Classes
Practice teaching as the lead instructor;give & receive feedback through the Socratic method
Ready to find out more?
- Fill out the online application
- Commit with a $300 deposit anytime prior to November 1st
- Non-refundable. Will be subtracted from the total course fee.
- Visit our online library & order your books to Start reading at your pace
- Pay remaining balance in lump sum, or scheduled installments
- Optional: Apply to work @Sol!!
We intend to hire more staff & instructors from this cohort of teacher training. Click Here to Apply
We choose the path.
We walk the path.
We become the path.
– Rolf Gates
Yoga Alliance members—Registered Yoga Teachers (RYTs), Continuing Education Providers (YACEPs), or representatives of Registered Yoga Schools (RYSs)—agree to uphold the following ethical principles:
- Conduct themselves in a professional and conscientious manner. This includes, but is not limited to, ensuring that they live up to any commitments they make to their students or to the public, and ensuring that their practices and behaviors conform to the representations they make about themselves in holding themselves as yoga practitioners who adhere to certain precepts.
- Acknowledge the limitations of their skills and scopes of practice and where appropriate, referring students to seek alternative instruction, advice, treatment, or direction.
- Create and maintain safe, clean, and comfortable environments for the practice of yoga.
- Encourage diversity by respecting all students regardless of age, physical limitations, race, creed, gender, ethnicity, religion, or sexual orientation.
- Respect the rights, dignity, and privacy of all students.
- Avoid words and actions that constitute sexual harassment or harassment based on other legal protected characteristics.
- Adhere to the traditional yoga principles as written in the yamas and niyamas.
- Follow all local government and national laws that pertain to their yoga teaching and business.
Ready to enroll? Let us know you’re interested!
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Ready to make your deposit for teacher training? You can begin by making a $300 deposit that guarantees your spot in our next cohort (beginning November 2020). This is non-refundable & enables us to have the student handbooks printed before the first class.
After the deposit, you can make incremental payments of any amount & at any time leading up to the first class. The full balance must be paid prior to the first class. We understand that this is an investment of time & money. Let us know if you need to establish a payment plan.
Make your deposit & let’s take your journey to the next level!
We’re one of the few local studios with RYS-200, E-RYT 500, and YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider) credentials. If the studio doesn’t have these credentials, chances are they are out-sourcing instructors (and charging you more than you should pay!!). Also, if they don’t have the Registered Yoga School (RYS) credential, you won’t be able to register as a yoga teacher.