Yoga Program Overview
Becoming a certified yoga teacher or a certified yoga therapist can be a rewarding and fulfilling career path for those who are passionate about yoga and helping others. Yoga has become increasingly popular in recent years as a form of physical and mental wellness, and there is a growing demand for trained yoga professionals. The Vancouver School of Healing Arts boasts a faculty of experienced and professional instructors who bring diverse skills, abilities and knowledge to the art and science of teaching yoga.
The below steps will guide you on your path to becoming a certified yoga teacher and a certified yoga therapist. Learn how you can earn your RYT200, RYT500 and C-IAYT Certifications.
Step 4 – Applied Yoga Therapy
Students gain hands-on experience through the Yoga Therapy Student Clinic in addition to a Case Study. After completion of the Yoga Teacher Training Enriched (240) program, the Foundations of Yoga Therapy program, and the Advanced Yoga Therapy program, students are eligible to register as a Certified Yoga Therapist – C-IAYT with the International Association of Yoga Therapists.
We have a 5-star rating on Yoga Alliance with over 171 reviews. Our students gain their Worldwide Yoga Alliance certification while studying both online and on-ground, they will gain competence in teaching others in online or on-ground group or individual settings. Our alignment based Hatha Vinyasa & Therapeutic Yoga trainings will help students adapt their teaching to a variety of environments, demographics, and styles. Students develop the skills to modify their instruction to suit many different people and demographics utilizing various styles, including hatha, flow, yin and restorative. Teachers in training will learn to work 1:1, in person and online. For more information and to read reviews, please visit yogaalliance.org