The examination process for the 240-hour Yoga teacher training intensive course consists of three parts. 1. The Written Exam is based upon the study of two teacher’s texts and a 50 question test. The written exam consists of knowledge, which any Yoga instructor should know. You can Email it in a Word document, PDF, or send it by regular mail.
Why do I have to send a video or DVD for my practical exam? Couldn’t I just send a few photos or do an extra essay instead?
The practical exam (Video / DVD) portion or, taken in person, is an integral part of the Yoga certification process. In order to evaluate you, we must be able to see how you would teach a typical Yoga class. We are looking for the following teaching skills:
The style of Yoga I prefer is Vinyasa, I saw you also had an instructor's training in this style. Now which do you recommend? You have the Camp in a Box, the Recycled sale, the Camp in a Box Basic, and the Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Course. How do they differ?
By Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 To a beginner, meditation might be the most difficult concept to comprehend. Most students, of Yoga, become proficient at asana and pranayama with practice, but struggle with the ability to meditate. Yoga teachers often mention the importance of practicing meditation at home, but students often “put it off.” The deeper [...]
By Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500, YACEP The question: "What is the difference between a CYT and an RYT," has been constantly asked by interns. To add to the confusion, the world has many Yoga registries and more than one Alliance. To be brief: An RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) is a registration credential created by [...]
By Paul Jerard Training to become a yoga teacher is exciting. People who become yoga teachers are generally those who have been practicing yoga for several years and have a basic understanding of the different aspects of yoga. Once you have completed your training, you may wonder what opportunities are available for you to begin [...]