Classical Yoga Teacher Program

Certificate of Completion

Our Classical Yoga Teacher Program has been designed for those who wish to teach classical yoga to the community at large. Yoga is a popular way to maintain physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing because it helps those who practise it deal with life's challenges in a balanced way. Learn the skills and techniques you need to develop an awareness of both mind and body. Explore postures, breath awareness (pranayamas), meditation, anatomy and physiology, yoga history, yoga philosophy, Patanjali's yoga aphorisms (sutras) and teaching methodologies.

Notes

Attendance Requirements:

You must attend 100% of the classes scheduled for each course as this program involves a significant skills development component that can only be acquired through active participation and attendance.

Career Opportunities

Career options typically include yoga teacher positions in such settings as yoga studios, fitness centres, schools, hospitals, public institutions and private organizations/corporations.

Recommendations

You will have the most success in this program if you already have several years of experience practising yoga before you start taking the required courses.

Completion Details

You must achieve a grade of C- (60%) or better in each required course to be able to progress to the next course, and you must complete all the course requirements within one academic year (fall term through spring term). Once you have completed all the requirements of this program, you can request to receive a certificate of completion.

Certificate Stream

Fall Term Module: Core Courses (Two)

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Winter Term Module: Core Courses (Two)

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Spring Term Module: Core Courses (Three)

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Contact Information

Contact:

Fashion and Creative Arts Department