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April 27, 2015
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Tomako is 100% correct about the contact hours, but the Yoga Alliance has been updating their standards once or twice per year. In truth, it is hard to keep up.
You should check their site: yogaalliance.org for updates. If you are still confused; call them. They are very helpful, but if you are looking for an RYT 200, straight away, they will insist on contact hours.
If you are already an RYT, these Yoga courses are good for CEC credits.
Lastly, you do not have to be an RYT to teach Yoga classes. Some Yoga teachers apply for Grandmothering an RYT after 1000 hours of teaching Yoga lessons.
If you go that route, it is much, much less money, and you would have been paid well for your 1000 hour experience.
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