We accept 15 to 18 students in each course of YTT.
No, yoga mat is provided to all students with course material
No, the course is too intense for pregnant women to complete.
You'll have some breaks during your daily schedule. Sundays are free days as there is no classes, so you'll have time to discover.
In case of emergency yes, but you'll have to inform the teacher from the class about it.
Yes, it is possible to attend the TTC with your partner.
The YTTC are suitable for everyone as we committed to teach you from the very root of yoga through all aspects, so experience are not necessary.
All teachers are qualified Yogis, some are with PHD degrees of yoga sciences, and some are with MA degrees.
No, all students are coming from different parts of the world, so English are most likely second language of them. The courses are easily understandable and teachers will help you in anything.
There is few book that you'll have to read during your course. Is your choice to start before your arrival or once you are at the school.
In order to attend the orientation program, one should arrive at least a day before starting of the course. On the first day at 11:00 am the Course will start with yoga ritual. On last day of the course, graduation ceremony takes place and it finishes by 8:00 pm, therefore, departure should be planned one day after completion of the course.
To become a certified yoga teacher, you must successfully complete a yoga teacher training course and show competence in your ability to teach a yoga class. Find out what the suggested minimum requirements for yoga teachers are at: www.yogaalliance.org. The yoga alliance page also lists training programs and yoga schools that meet their minimum standards.