Offering yoga teacher trainings at your studio is more than just gathering a class and opening the books! There are some pre-steps you’ll need to take to be sure that offering training will be beneficial for you and your yoga business…and that you are prepared to do so!
 
 
 
 
 

7 Steps to Starting Yoga Teacher Training:

 
 

1. Be ready to commit to the training time: You’ll spend time at the training sessions AND preparing for training before it starts. Read more here…

 
 

2. Determine where will you hold training and the timing: Depending on your space’s schedule, you’ll need to determine if weekends, weekdays or a combination of both best-fit your studio’s schedule. Read more here…

 
 

3. Who will teach it? There are different requirements for different trainers if your training is a YA-registered school: If you are the Lead Trainer, you may teach it all yourself or you may decide to enlist the help of some of your staff. Read more here…

 
 

4. Preparing the details for your training schedule: Plan your daily schedules ahead of time, bring in a variety of resources like articles and other yoga books to reference. Read more here…

 

5. One key prep-step: Marketing your Training! Give yourself some lead time to get the word out. Read more here

 
 

6. Materials for training: Everyone runs training a little differently and having some created and organized materials, including a training manual and workbook, may be the answer for you. Read more here

 

7. Of course, YA is the common standard today for training schools: It’s not required (you can certify teachers on your own), but definitely adds credibility to training if it is YA-registered. Read more here