New Yoga School

200 Hour RYT Program

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Are you ready to learn more about Yoga?

The New Yoga School at New Yoga Now is a 200-hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training. In this training, we will explore the disciplines of Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Yin, Restorative, Back-Care, and Prenatal Yoga. You will learn how to make these modalities accessible for all levels of students, and will be empowered with the tools necessary to safely and effectively lead your students through their practice.

In addition to being educated in the history, philosophy, anatomy, and principals of these styles, we will teach you how to find your own unique voice and effectively share the practice. You will develop your own personal practice, will work with a mentor, and will learn the business and ethics of teaching yoga.

Techniques, Training, and Practice

  • Asana

  • Pranayama

  • Meditation

  • Mantra


Anatomy and Physiology

  • Functional anatomy and physiology of yoga- you will learn the musculoskeletal actions involved in major yoga postures and how they interact with and impact one another.

  • Contraindications and modifications for common injuries and conditions.

  • Energetic anatomy: Chakras, nadis, koshas, bandhas (locks) and mudras (seals).



Teaching Methodology

  • Safety and Alignment Principals

  • The Art of Hands-on Assisting

  • The Art of Sequencing, Lesson Planning, and using themes to educate and retain students

  • Teaching Private Lessons

  • Qualities of a teacher, finding your authentic voice, connecting to your students, managing classroom energy

  • Vision and Goal setting, short and long-term

  • Living yoga off the mat, cultivating a solid home practice

  • Ethics of a yoga teacher, including the Yamas and Niyamas

  • Student teaching

  • Peer review and practice teaching

  • Mentorship with a certified instructor

  • Business of teaching yoga


Philosophy and Ethics

  • History and Philosophy of Yoga:

    Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, and modern texts

  • Nutrition and Ayurveda Basics