200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Online
Trinity Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training
Since 2006 Yoga Trinity has completed over 50 successful Yoga Teacher Training programs and continues to support over 1,000 yoga teachers in their ongoing practice, study, and teaching. Our program continues to evolve and grow, and we look forward to continuing to share an accessible, inclusive, evidence-based, heart-centred program with yogis of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. I hope you will join us!
Due to travel and training restrictions, our programs will continue be offered online. We have done our utmost to make this as comprehensive and connected a learning experience as you would have if we were face to face. This course includes all the study units that our face-to-face course offers, plus a few bonus extras.
This program gives you the opportunity to dive deeply into the philosophy, practice, and teaching of Vinyasa Flow yoga, to develop your practice, and become a confident and skilful 200-hour yoga teacher. Your course will include:
• technical study of poses, breathwork, mudras, and guided relaxation
• teaching skills and strategies
• developing your own unique voice as a yoga teacher
• a rich exploration of yoga philosophy in practice, teaching, business, and everyday life
• accessibility, inclusion, special populations, and risk management
• anatomy for yoga; how we move
• how to build a yoga business
200-Hour Online Self-Study Yoga Teacher Training Includes:
- Vinyasa Flow Sequence and Pose by Pose study
- Anatomy Basics 1
- Breathwork Study
- Business Basics 1
- Listening, Reading & Writing Assignments
– What is Vinyasa Flow
– 5 Core Concepts
– Branches & Limbs of Yoga
– Yoga Sutras of Patanjali – The Four Virtues
– Teaching Skills & Cuing
– Accessibility & Risk Management
– The Role of a Teacher
- Teaching Flow Study
- Yoga Philosophy in Daily Life
- Practice and Teaching Logs/Journals
- Ongoing Learning: Group Coaching, Philosophy Club, Virtual Yoga Classes
- Mentoring one-to-one with lead teacher Heather Agnew
Access your study materials through the online Training Portal or download and save your materials to study offline and save your workbook, videos, and study materials forever.
- YTT200 Teaching Manual
- Vinyasa Flow Workbook
- Yoga Philosophy Workbook
- Practice with Live Class video, Virtual Yoga classes
- Study with pose-by-pose videos
- Explore anatomy with videos and slide decks
- Audio discussions on yoga philosophy, practice, teaching
- Extras include: sample business forms, sample CV, audio Sanskrit glossary, short practices and podcasts, printable consent cards, sample sequences, yoga trinity cookbook.
Note: if you are eligible for concession, prior learning discount with Yoga Trinity, or you are seeking a payment plan, use this form to register instead of checking out now.
Payable by credit card, bank transfer (AUD or CAD), or Wise (domestic or international transfer)
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Frequently Asked Questions:
- Who Can Study 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training?
Participants of all ages and backgrounds who have a regular practice and who wish to deeply explore yoga philosophy, practice, and technique, and become a Registered Yoga Teacher.
- What if I don’t want to teach professionally?
Many students come to teacher training to simply deepen their own practice and knowledge of the rich teachings of yoga. Having said that, many of these students discover during the process that they do have a desire to become teachers, but this is not essential. Our pre-requisite for the course is that students have a committed practice and a sincere desire to learn, what you do with your new knowledge and experience is up to you.
- I would like more face-to-face training and/or a training with more hours.
If you are keen for a more comprehensive training, or a course that includes more face-to-face or live online hours, check out the 350-hour Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training which includes all the study units in the 200-hour training, along with 150-hours of face-to-face or virtual face-to-face training.
- What Happens When I Register/Order?
Once your registration is received you will have immediate access to your Training Portal to begin your practice and studies. You will also be able to download and save all your study materials to study offline and keep your materials forever. You can order now here
- How long will it take me to complete this course?
-Our new curriculum was designed around meeting a variety of lifestyles, learning styles, and life circumstances, so that you can work at your own pace, in your own time, and complete your certificate in a timeframe that works for you.
-If you are eager to dive deep into your studies and complete your certificate you can complete all course components and your certificate of completion in a few months and then rely on ongoing support through one-to-one mentoring and group coaching for min. one year as you begin your teaching practice.
-If life commitments are keeping you busy, you can take up to 24 months to complete your course components and rely on ongoing support throughout your studies and practice.
- Can I teach yoga right away after completing this course?
Absolutely. Once you have completed all your course components you can register as a yoga professional, obtain insurance, and begin teaching professionally.
- What if I’ve already done one of the units in this course, is there a discount? Do I get recognition of prior learning?
Yes, if you have previously studied/paid for one or more of the units in this course, you can be credited with course hours (if completed) and the fees paid for the study unit(s). Note, cost credits apply to the cost of the full training only and cannot be applied to early-bird or concession rates.
- Do I have to be able to do advanced yoga poses to become a teacher?
Simple answer? No. Long answer: Students interested in joining a teacher training program often ask me this question, and the answer is quite simple; If you have found yoga to be an important part of your life and your personal growth, if you have a sincere desire to learn, and if you are passionate about bringing all the rewards and experiences of yoga to others then you are a suitable candidate to become a yoga instructor. The process of teacher training will help you to further develop your practice, and perhaps this means that you will be able to safely practice more yoga postures as a result, but more importantly you will learn accessible options to make yoga postures safe and joyful for all participants.
-Keep in mind that yoga is not just about the poses, but about a lifelong practice and an intentional state of being that is inclusive, accepting, compassionate and loving. We have had students of ages from 17 to 70 successfully complete the course and go on to become inspiring and successful teachers. To be able to safely demonstrate basic yoga asanas is important but does not exclude teachers of differing levels of skill and ability. What is most important is that you can demonstrate the fundamental principles of yoga on and off the mat.
- I’m not sure if yoga teacher training is for me
If you want to have a ‘taste’ of Yoga Teacher Training to learn a bit about philosophy, practice, and teaching, and see if this program is right for you, you can join us for the 50-hour Vinyasa Flow Foundations ‘taster’ module to begin to explore the yoga teaching journey.
- What does it mean to be registered?
• Yoga Alliance – Upon completion of this program you can register with Yoga Alliance at the 200-hour level. This will allow you to use the initials RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher), obtain insurance, and teach professionally around the world.
• Yoga Australia – Upon completion of this program you can register as a provisional member, allowing you to obtain insurance teach professionally in Australia in many countries internationally.
• AUSactive (Fitness Australia) – Existing AUSactive members can add provisional yoga teacher to their membership and earn 15 CECs for existing AUSactive members.
- How do I get insurance?
Upon graduation you will be able to access public liability and professional indemnity insurance. To operate your own yoga business/teaching practice insurance is essential to protect you and your students in case of loss or injury. It is your responsibility as an instructor to ensure that coverage is provided for each class or private session that you instruct.
- Continuing Education
Should you ever wish to continue in your Yoga Teacher Training journey you can build on the foundation of what you have learned during this course. If you want more face-to-face or adapted online training, join us for the 150-hour or 300-hour Post Graduate Immersion. If you want further online self-study, join us for the 300-hour Post Graduate Self-Study program.
- I am already a yoga teacher but want to study and teach Vinyasa Flow
We welcome yoga teachers from all backgrounds, styles and lineages to take part in the post-graduate 150-hour or 300-hour Post Graduate Yoga Teacher Training.
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