What Style of Yoga is Dharma House Teacher Training?
Dharma House School of Yoga is a Hatha-based school.
How proficient in yoga do I need to be to do the 200-hour program?
We highly recommend that you have one year of consistent yoga before enrolling in our teacher training. This ensures that you have a basic foundation in primary yoga postures before you learn how to teach.
What will I learn in the 200-hour Dharma House School of Yoga Teacher Training?
In addition to making lifelong friends and deepening your experience of yoga, you will study the following topics.
-Asana, Learn the safe and intelligent way to perform poses.
-Cueing, learn how to give clear and consise verbal cues
-Alignment, with modifications, variations and the proper use of props.
-Sequencing, How to design effective and intelligent sequences for all levels.
-Working with different bodies and students
-Teaching from the heart
-Yoga styles, including restorative, ashtanga, chair, nidra,
-Pranayama, breathing techiques
-The business of Yoga
-History and Philosophy of Yoga
How many Students are in your trainings?
We strive to keep our treacher trainings small so students get plenty of individual, hands-on attention, guidence and instruction from our staff. A typical class has 7 students enrolled.
What happens if I miss a day or weekend?
You are stongly encouraged to attend all sessions. But we understand that life does happen and this is a significat commitment. If you miss time you will be required to make up the missed material by taking private lessions with oe of the leads, this could have an addition cost.
Do you offer payment plans or scholarships?
Yes! Many students pay in full before their training begins, but others take advantage of our payment plans. You must be paid in full to graduate. We are also activly developing a scholarship program for students in need. Reach out to us and we will add you to our yoga teacher training email list.
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