300/500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Overview
Higher Education of Yoga & Ayurveda
Integrating the Wisdom of Holistic Practices to Benefit our Communities and the World
The intention for this 300/500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training is to advance the knowledge base, teaching skill set and personal practice of Yoga, Mindfulness and integrated Ayurveda. Realizing our spiritual journey is the fulfillment of joyful purpose, each student learns through direct experience the sacred science of yoga and holistic practices that support the fundamental presence of ‘being’. With this information, we go out and do the work that we were given to do.
One-Yoga’s 300/500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training is a modular training. The modular format provides you the opportunity to study, digest, assimilate and absorb information at your own pace. After completing an approved 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training program, three training modules, practice and 100 hours of teaching experience comprise the 300/500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training.
The 300/500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training requires the completion of 3 modules + practice:
• Yoga for Health, Wellness & Vibrant Living (HWVL): 8 classes, once a month on a Saturday
• The Spiritual Path of Yoga (SPY): 8-Day Retreat
• Finding & Living Your Dharma (FLYD): Live/Online 8-Week Course
• Consistent practice and 100 hours of teaching experience
The 500-RYT Certification is a combination of 200-RYT and 300-RYT. To apply for 500-RYT status, students must provide proof that they have completed a 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training from an approved RYS (Registered Yoga School), complete all three training modules, demonstrate consistent practice, and provide documentation for 100 hours of teaching.
These modules can be taken in any order over a three year period. The modules are offered every year during the spring, fall and winter semesters. They are offered in both class and retreat format. Each module or immersion retreat has an experiential practice component and may include some or all of the following: yoga applications, philosophy, scriptural studies, Sanskrit, anatomy, physiology, sequencing, assisting/adjusting, integrative holistic health, advanced, therapeutic, and restorative postures, pranayama, meditation, mantra and outreach work. The curriculum builds on existing knowledge of asana, pranayama, meditation, and the art of living a yogic lifestyle.
The modular trainings offer each student the opportunity to learn and absorb the information at their own pace.