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200+ Hour Yoga Philosophy + Teacher Training
NPYW's 200 Hour Yoga Philosophy
+ Teacher Training
Call for Upcoming Dates!
Whether you intend to teach or just want to deepen your personal practice
and understanding of Yoga, join us for NPYW's one-of-a-kind, university caliber course in yoga philosophy and methodology.
NPYW prides itself on a philosophy of inclusion, where students of every body type, experience level, and physical ability can participate in each class to the fullest extent, through custom modifications and the guided practice of self-awareness. Our 200+ hour teacher training certification aims to provide new teachers with the foundational skills to safely teach group and private yoga sessions,
while honoring and imparting the ancient tradition of yoga.
Typical Weekend Timeline:
Fridays – 6pm - 8pm
Saturdays – 10am - 7pm (1 hour break)
Sundays – 12pm - 7:30pm (1 hour break)
*Nine weekends includes eight weeks of curriculum followed by final exam and graduation weekend
Regular Enrollment: $3,200;
Early Bird Rate (contact studio for date): $2,800
*Payment plans available!
Initial non-refundable deposit of $250 is required to reserve your spot. Additional payments paid in advance of the start of training will be refunded in full, minus (with the exception) of the $250 initial deposit. No refunds will be given following the start of training.
Contact Hours (180+ hours)
*NPYW exceeds Yoga Alliance standards by 50+ hours
100% Attendance Required (limited make-up sessions available, advance notice of absence required)
Techniques, Training and Practice
Teaching Methodology and Sequencing
Anatomy & Physiology (Eastern & Western)
Yoga History & Literature
Non-Contact Hours (20+ hours)
*NPYW exceeds Yoga Alliance standards by 10+ hours
Practicum hours assisting Lead Instructors in classroom
10 hours of Teaching Assistantship with NPY instructors
Heart Project on the topic of student’s choosing
Be a part of NPYW’s 200-hour teacher training exploring yoga studies through philosophy, history, anatomy, asana, pranayama, mantra, and meditation. NPYW's course exceeds the minimum requirements recognized by Yoga Alliance and draws on various schools of thought to highlight the foundations of modern yoga. Students graduate with hands-on teaching experience.
Studio Director, Amy Osborne, M.A. applies the knowledge learned over 2 years of intensive study in Yoga Studies at Loyola Marymount University and travel to India to inform the content of this course.
Register for teacher training here!
Questions about what it means to be Yoga Alliance certified and how we exceed this criteria? See the full run down of criteria and benefits here, and/or contact
Studio Director, Amy with questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org