RYT 200 Training

RYT 200 Training

If you have ever considered wanting to learning about yoga and not just experiencing a class, then the Registered Yoga Teacher 200 training  can be a fulfilling and enlightening challenge.  Many that take this training do not wish to go on to become a yoga teacher, but to understand the wide knowledge that comes with this certification can allow you to take your yoga journey into your own hands.   It allows you to have structure, to have measurable goals, and targeted books and training around many of the most popular styles of yoga taught today. Your journey through the program will expose you to everything from gentle to power yoga, as well as a comprehensive exposure to anatomy and breath work.

Danielle Kelley is a RYT 500, ERYT 200, and with multiple specialization certificates that she can share and help you achieve in  your yoga journey.  She has shared so many bits of these in normal group class settings, but is now offering this curriculum in private and semi-private sessions to help her driven and dedicated people into the yogi they wish to become.

There are specializations and certificates that you can achieve for prenatal, restorative, senior, advanced chair, meditation and creative flow and many others, but the RYT 200 will be the equivalent to an associate degree for any person to achieve which requires 200 hours of structured course training.  There are many school options for achieving this milestone in your yoga journey, but having flexibility in scheduling and quality training from an instructor you enjoy will make all the difference in your experience.

When you complete the program, you will have the credentials to register your 200 hour certificate with the Yoga Alliance and have the opportunity to pursue higher level yoga accreditations. You can design and share your own type of class, teach with confidence and experience, and have a better understanding and grasp of the aspects of yoga you just can't get visiting a 1 hour class now and then.

The 200 hours course curriculum is approved by the Yoga Alliance and developed personally by Danielle Kelley through her years of training and experience.  You lessons will include:

  • Reading books on yoga (provided to you)
  • Homework to help reinforce what you are taught
  • Anatomy
  • Pranayama (breathing)
  • Asana (postures)
  • Chakras (energy centers)
  • Developing your own class
  • Teaching (under Danielle's supervision)

 

Because these lessons can be done private/semi-private there is a lot of flexibility in the scheduling around your busy life.  If your need to miss some sessions due to work, life, or scheduling conflicts, you will not miss anything.  It will be on-hold for you whenever you are ready to resume and your journey can continue.

For more information, please use the form below to contact Danielle or call and learn more and determine if this program is right for you.