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Maha Yoga 200-Hour Yogahour Teacher Training!

Become a YOGA teacher!

200-Hour Yogahour Teacher Training

Maha Yoga’s 200-Hour Yogahour® Teacher Training is a Yoga Alliance® approved program. Yogahour® is a dynamic style of yoga that provides form and flow in a skillfully taught, fun-filled hour. Yogahour® is an accessible, affordable, expertly taught style of yoga that aims to be the most doable yet difficult one-hour class offered anywhere.

Graduates of Maha Yoga’s 200-hour Yogahour® Teacher Training program are able to register as a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) through Yoga Alliance®. This registry makes you a good candidate for getting hired to teach many styles of yoga. You can take this training to become a yogahour®  teacher. Or you can take this training and use the expert teaching technology to empower your personal practice and/or teaching of any style of yoga.

This training is for you if you have the desire to dive deeper into your yoga practice, expand your understanding of asana and alignment, and share your love of yoga with others. This 200 hour program is beneficial for both new teachers seeking a strong foundation for their teaching career and experienced teachers looking for expert teaching technologies to bring clarity and precision to their instruction. All graduates also have the option to become a yogahour® certified teacher, which includes a yogahour® specific test. Whether your aim is to teach or to polish your personal practice, this program will provide you with the necessary tools to achieve your aim.

Maha Yoga’s 200-Hour Yogahour® Teacher Training consists of ten weekend sessions over six months. Weekend schedule: Fridays 6-9pm, Saturdays 12-8:30pm, and Sundays 10am-6:30pm (includes a 90 minute lunch break).

 

Investment:
Earlybird paid in full by Dec 30: $2695
Earlybird paid in full by start of training: $2895
Payment Plan: $3195 (customizable to fit your budget)

* Required reading materials not included.

The training will be taught by Maha Yoga instructor Teagan Schweitzer along with Darren Rhodes, founder of yogahour®, and Ellen Neidringhaus, yogahour® Teacher Trainer.

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