Advance your yoga career
The 500 Hour Teacher Training program is our highest level of certification. In this program, you will be adding an additional 250 hours of contact training from our required and elective courses, and 50 hours of non-contact hour assignments and projects. This training is for anyone with a 200 Hour certification and above. This is what the Yoga Alliance calls a “300 Hour Certification”, because you are adding to your other school’s certification if you were not a part of Awaken Yoga’s 200 Hour training courses. So, you are accumulating your 500 hours by combining both trainings.
What credential do I earn?
CYT 500. Teach in specific fields of YOUR choice like Prenatal Yoga, Inner Wisdom®, and Restorative Yoga. The required courses enhance your meditation, anatomical training, and asana refining skills.
What will this program do for me?
More education is always better to make you a full resource to your business and students. You will be able to teach to a larger spectrum of people, bodies and minds as well as deepen your own personal practice. Become more valuable in the yoga world with this certification credit behind your name!
This is a go-at-your-own-pace training program
Dates, times and costs will vary. See below for more details!
Courses to earn a 500 Hour Certificate
200 Hour Certificate (credit hours: 200) – through a YA registered school
Assisting Training for Yoga Teachers (10 hours)
Anatomy 102 (19 hours) – 2017 dates coming soon!
Meditation & Pranayama Retreat (10 hours) – 2017 dates coming soon!
Are you an out-of-towner who needs a place to stay while taking this training?*
Check out our Lake Erie Cottage!
(subject to availability)
*Ask if a student rate is available!
This program is a commitment. There are no refunds 75 days prior to the start date of this training. There is a 25% return fee over 75 days prior to the start date for 200 Hour, Inner Wisdom® and Continuing Education trainings. Certain exceptions may be granted per the decision of the director of training based on need and severity of the situation. In these situations, a student may be able to make up the course the next time it occurs, by approval of the instructor.