Indigo Yoga

200 Hour RYT

Course Breakdown:

Module One: Personal Practice and Developemnt
Module Two: Sequencing
Module Three: Anatomy and Alignment
Module Four: Assisting
Module Five: Live Coaching and Teaching

100 Hours     Techniques, Training and Practice
20 Hours       Teaching Methodology
20 Hours       Anatomy & Physiology
20 Hours       Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers
20 Hours       Practicum (Practice Teaching and Assisting)
20 Hours       Elective and Non-Contact Research


Module 1: In this initial component of BHTTS's 200 RYT training, you will learn about your own physical practice. This will include work through injuries and limitations, so that you may confidently model your practice as a leader and a teacher. Due to this module's foundational nature, it must be completed prior to work on other modules.

Module 2: The second module of BHTTS's 200 RYT training focuses on the 'why' behind sequencing, and shows how to incorporate that knowledge into instruction. Throughout this module, you will gain tools for effective teaching, and will learn how to give and receive feedback. You will also have ample opportunity to practice-teach in a supportive, educational environment. Pursuit of this module hinges on the successful completion of Module One.

Module 3: Our third module for BHTTS's 200 RYT training is a deep dive into anatomy and how it pertains to alignment in yoga. This module utilizes scientific research to showcase the biomechanics of stretching and how it can be applied to students of all levels. Participants will also learn how to make yoga accessible to anyone, regardless of age, injury, or physical limitations. Participants in Module Three must have first completed Module One.

Module 4: The fourth module of BHTTS's 200 RYT teaches the methodology and key points of successful hands-on assisting. From experience assisting within the group, to assisting a live class, participants will gain the necessary tools to empower students through physical touch. Participants in Module Three must have first completed Module One.

Module 5: The final module in BHTTS's 200 RYT expands upon previous material and unifies it within a harmonious whole. Participants will review what they've learned in Modules One through Four, and will gain some final tools for successful, compelling teaching of that material in public forums. The intention of Module Five is to ensure that all participants in BHTTS 200 RYT finish strong and confident. Participants will also have an opportunity to apply what they've learned in front of a live class. Enrollment in this module requires the successful completion of Modules One through Four.

Weekend Modules

Module One:    Personal Practice and Development - 1/20 - 1/22
Module Two:    Sequencing and the 'Why' of Journey into Power - 2/17 - 2/19
Module Three: Applied Anatomy & Technical Alignment - 3/24 - 3/26
Module Four:   Assisting - 4/28 - 4/30
Module Five:    Putting It All Together: Live Teaching - 5/12 - 5/14

5-Month Training: One weekend a month for 5 consecutive months
Fridays 1pm-9pm
Saturdays 8am-6pm
Sundays 8am-5:15pm

Summer Intensive Sessions

Module One:    All About You - Personal Practice and Development - 7/5-7/7
Module Two:    All About Why - Sequencing and the 'Why' of Journey into Power - 7/8-7/10
Module Three: All About Facts - Applied Anatomy & Technical Alignment -7/12-7/14
Module Four:   All About Others - Assisting - 7/15-7/17
Module Five:    All About Action - Putting It All Together: Live Teaching -  7/18-7/20

18-Day Summer Immersion: 5 modules in 18 days (with one day off in the middle)
 8am-6pm each day, some days may have a slightly modified schedule

Completion Timeline:

The 200-hour Certification must be completed within 24 months of start date. If a participant exceeds the 24-month timeline, the certification must be taken over in its entirety with no refunds or credits toward future trainings/certifications.

100 Hours     Techniques, Training and Practice
20 Hours    Teaching Methodology
20 Hours    Anatomy & Physiology
20 Hours    Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers
20 Hours    Practicum (Practice Teaching and Assisting)
20 Hours    Elective and Non-Contact Research

Interchangable Module Format:

As of 2016, BHTTS will now be offering certifications in what we call an "Interchangeable Module Format." Because people have very busy schedules and cannot often commit to 5 consecutive weekends per month or 18 consecutive days in the summer, we are now offering the option to "make up" a module either in the summer session or the following year. This allows participants to take the training at their pace, on a timeline that works for them. The summer session will follow the same schedule as the 5-month session in 18 consecutive days. 

Program Details

Students must come fully prepared for the training. Students are asked to bring meals, extra clothing and all that they need for the entire process, and to communicate clearly with their families that they will not be available to attend portions, arrive late or leave early. So that means, have the groceries bought, the laundry done and day bags packed!

In the off weeks, students will be expected to practice daily, in-studio at least 3-4 times a week.  Additionally, students will be expected to complete homework assignments.

There will be one full practice that the entire training group will attend each training day.


100% attendance is mandatory and necessary to complete the training and grant certification.

100% attendance is required. Certification will not be granted if 100% attendance has not been achieved.


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