The main requirement is to have a desire to help others and guide them on their yoga journey. All applicants are required to have had at least 50 hours of Dharma Yoga instruction. To the extent possible, such instruction should consist of attending classes with Sri Dharma Mittra, retreats or workshops with him, or classes with Dharma Yoga Registered Teachers (DYRTs) who have extensive training under him.
If necessary, you can satisfy this requirement by attending Sri Dharma Mittra’s streaming classes via Zoom as well as AloMoves, YogaVibes, OmStars, or Vimeo.
The Dharma Yoga Life of a Yogi (DY LOAY) 200-hour Teacher Training is an exploration of yoga with an emphasis placed on mastering both physically and through teaching the Dharma I and Dharma Gentle class series. Also covered at the 200-hour level are: physical anatomy, Bhagavad-Gita, psychic anatomy (Chakras, Nadis, Koshas, etc.), The Yoga-Sutras, Pranayama (breathing exercises), Mudras, Bandhas, Kriyas (actions that lead to purification), Deep Relaxation, basic meditation, assisting and adjusting and yoga philosophy.
Please note the schedule below is for our online offering of the July 200 hour teacher training. We unfortunately will not be able to offer an in-person 200 hour training for the remainder of 2020. All sessions will be hosted via Google Meet and will require internet as well as a computer or smart phone/tablet with video capabilities to participate.
Monday – Friday: 7 – 11:30 a.m. EST / 2:30 – 6 p.m. EST (8 hours total)
Saturdays: 7 – 9:30 a.m. EST / 1:30 – 5:30 p.m. EST (6.5 hours total)
Sundays: Off- will have the ability to complete some required class attendance during this time if desired.
This training is an intensive immersion and a lot of material is covered in a condensed period. The process will allow for a lot of positive change, but you must be sure to eat and rest accordingly. It is important to note all times are listed in Eastern Standard Time, please take this into consideration as these time frames may be different depending on where you live.
Application Fee: $150 (non-refundable)