Whether you have committed to teaching as a career or are looking to deepen your practice, teacher training is an unparalleled opportunity for expansion and growth. Our 200 and 300-hour programs are Yoga Alliance certified. All programs are registered with PCTIA and many continuing education offerings are eligible for credits with Yoga Alliance and BCRPA.
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Nourish your passion, build community, and be transformed through our family of YYoga trainings. Fun, professional, creative, and supportive, our educational programs are all carefully crafted and taught to uphold your personal growth and learning. Whether you’re an aspiring teacher or just want to dive more deeply into something you love, YYoga has a program that’s right for you.
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At YYoga, we endeavour to build our teaching community from our graduates. Our 200 and 300-hour professional teacher trainings support yogis who are aspiring to a professional career path within YYoga, while our continuing education programs in yoga and fitness support your professional diversification.
Teacher Training Accreditation
All YYoga 200 hour trainings are Yoga Alliance certified. Yoga Alliance's mission is to work in the public interest to ensure that there is a confident of the quality and consistency of instruction.thorough understanding of the benefits of yoga, that the teachers of yoga value its history and traditions, and that the public can be
YYoga is registered with the Private Career Training Institutions Agency of BC (PCTIA). PCTIA's objectives are:
- To establish basic education standards for registered institutions and to provide consumer protection to the students and prospective students orregistered institutions
- To establish standards of quality that must be met by accredited institutions.
I was incredibly nervous and almost backed out of registering many times. It took my dear friend Brian (who is beginning the training in January) coming to my office at work and sitting with me until I clicked “register”. My fears were daunting.