FAQs

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How much of the course does Monika teach herself, and how much of the course is taught by guest teachers?

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A lead teacher teaches most of the training.

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Is there a compulsory reading list?

A.

There is a recommended reading list.

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During the teacher training how many hours a day are asanas taught and how many hours are spent each day on theory?

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The Yoga Alliance gives the standards of how many hours-at least- are to be considered throughout the training on methodology, techniques, anatomy, philosophy, ethics and practicum.

In my trainings I try to keep the daily schedule well balanced in order to keep the trainees’ attention alive physically as well as mentally.

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In which language is the course taught?

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in English

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What is important for you, Monika, when you teach your students how to become a yoga teacher?

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...to have respect for each individual, not to harm, to keep boundaries, words and deeds should be one, to be professional and keep up with one’s studies, to create a safe and friendly environment.

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Does the teacher training include the Yoga Alliance certification?

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With the completion of the 200 hour TT you are eligible to apply for registration with Yoga Alliance on a 200 hour level as an RYT200.

With the completion of the 300 hour TT (however you must have completed a 200 hour TT registered with YA before) you are eligible to apply for registration with Yoga Alliance on a 500 hour level as an RYT500.

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How many people are in a class, typically?

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8-16 students

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What does the daily schedule look like?

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Class begins at 7:30. We take a break at 12:00 and resume at 4:00. Class ends at 7:00.

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How should I prepare for the course?

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Please be in good physical condition, however injuries can be worked around.

Have a yoga practice of at least 2 years.

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What should I bring to the Teacher Training?

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A pen, notebook, a camera and a laptop