Looking for a yoga teacher training in NYC? The big apple is home of some of the most sought after yoga schools and teachers who are training students to become certified yoga instructors. Because this region is a magnet for many cultures and practices, it has cultivated an environment that allows those seeking an education in yoga to study many forms and styles. On this page you will find a listing of studios offering yoga teacher training in New York along with tips on how to become a yoga teacher:
Yoga Nanda is the premier destination for advanced studies, offers a special 4-week intensive Yoga Alliance® and 500-hour Yoga Alliance® registered teacher training program with power yoga guru Fred Busch! Fred brings to Yoga Nanda a highly renowned skill set that has garnered him acknowledgement throughout the world. He has taught his trade throughout the world, including such locations as Malta, London, Paris, Lima and Bogota. Yoga Nanda will be the benefactor of his first United States training course outside of his home studio in Miami. This unique program will certify students in Power (Vinyasa) yoga, however that is only the beginning. Fred’s curriculum is most comprehensive, integrating the wisdom of spiritual Indian traditions with modern yogic interpretations, creating a dynamic yoga teacher that unites body, mind, and spirit.
To learn more visit Fred Busch Power Yoga
Located on a charming block in Manhattan’s funky West Village, Integral Yoga offers NYC yoga teacher training programs for all levels. It offers a vast selection of retail that ranges from books to mats. It is also has it’s its own natural food store, which has earned rave reviews within its community. Integral Yoga Wellness Spa just celebrated its grand opening, and it offers bodywork and emphasizes holistic therapies.
Integral’s 200 Hr teacher training is Yoga Alliance approved. It can be taken as a three-days/week course over several months, or as a month-long intensive. A highlight of the New York yoga teacher training is that it includes yogic diet and nutrition in its curriculum. Integral has been training teachers for over 25 years, and its particular Hatha style is registered and trademarked. Kali Morse, E.-R.Y.T. 500, R.P.Y.T. acts as teacher training program director and teaches both programs. Dianne (Rashmi) Galliano, E.-R.Y.T. 500 also teaches.
Integral also has prenatal and meditation trainings, both eligible for certification through Yoga Alliance. There are many guest workshops throughout the year that count for Yoga Alliance continuing education hours. These workshops range from Thai Yoga Massage to Yoga For Arthritis, and the teachers are highly qualified and recommended.
To learn more visit Integral Yoga
OM Yoga is one of the premier studios in New York City offering yoga teacher training programs. It’s known for both its rigor and excellence. Its owner Cyndi Lee’s name might sound familiar, as she is a regular contributor to Yoga Journal.
Om Yoga offers its 200 Hr Yoga Alliance approved NYC teacher training program as two ten-day intensives. It emphasizes teaching from day one, as students lead others in sun salutations and asanas from the time that they learn them. The program is broken down into eight parts, each which presents a unique approach to its corresponding material.
OM Yoga also offers a 500 Hr Advanced teacher training. However, instead of combining it into larger modules, as many studios do, it allows students to combine certain continuing education classes (they offer many throughout the year) to get their certificate for 500 Hr RYT and their hours. Interestingly, you don’t have to take the classes in a particular order, you can do them at any time you want (when the courses are being offered), and there is no time limit to complete the courses. The continuing education classes can be taken independently of the 500 Hr training, and are great options to fulfill Yoga Alliance’s requirements for CE hours.
To learn more visit Om Yoga
Satya Yoga Center is a Registered Yoga School with Yoga Alliance and is a beautiful, inviting and friendly studio in the heart of Rhinebeck Village. Co-owners Sondra Loring and Jessie Lee Montague and their experienced staff create a supportive and joyful space for the exploration of Yoga. Sondra and Jessie offer a comprehensive 200 and 500 Hour Teacher Training Certification Program. Aspects of the training include: In depth study of Yoga Asana, Yoga Philosophy, Pranayama, Anatomy, Therapeutics, Meditation and Chanting. Our training is designed for students who are sure they want to teach, but also towards those who simply want to deepen their own practice.
For more information, and testimonials from our past graduates please visit us at Satya Yoga Center
You can also view a listing of other schools offering teacher training programs by visiting our Yoga School Directory. We also have trainings broken down by style including Hatha yoga teacher training, Vinyasa yoga teachher training, Ashtanga yoga teacher training, Power yoga teacher training, and Kundalini yoga teacher training. Or if you are interested in taking an immersion program where you can test the waters please visit or yoga retreats and vacation section of the site.
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