Before you make the jump to become a yoga teacher, you need to make sure you're ready.
Once you have joined a course, you'll be supported every step of the way on your course!
Before you become a yoga teacher, there are a lot of things to consider such as;
All of this is covered in the webinar, if you haven't seen it yet watch it now!
When it comes to choosing the right course for you, there are various considerations you should make. These could include; topics of interests, how experienced the teacher is, whether the course is accredited, and what other graduates thought of the course.
On our website, we've made it very easy for you to read reviews and find past graduates of a training course. Since these graduates are members with us, you can privately message them any questions you may have. Our members also have a star rating on their profiles with reviews; this can be a huge help when choosing a course.
You'll find two blogs below that you can learn more about finding the right course for you.
You can search for a trainer on our website here. If you'd like help with finding a course, we can match you up to a trainer! All you have to do is fill in the form below and we will match you to accredited trainers near you.
We will continue to help you through the journey of becoming a yoga teacher. As a trainee member you will receive access (for free) to a plethora of resources. Some of the benefits are;
Teaching is a skill that needs to be learned, and what better way to do this than to dive head first into teaching your own classes! If you choose to do this, we recommend that you take out an insurance policy.
Some of the key points of this policy are:
* For this policy to be valid you must be on a 200 hour teacher training course that is taught face-to-face (i.e not online). You must have received permission from your lead teacher and remain in contact with them. You should also make your students aware that you are not fully qualified just yet and the price of your class (if you chose to charge students) should reflect that you're a trainee.