200hr RYT Training

Jane’s House 200 hour Teacher Training is the foundational training for aspiring Yoga Teachers as well as a deeply enriched experience for serious students who have a desire for a greater understanding of the 8-limbed path of Yoga. The program is designed to give teachers the necessary knowledge, experience, and technical tools to teach a yoga practice that meets the multifaceted demands of today's practitioners.

We teach you what is foundational to all of the styles of yoga you may encounter or have an interest in teaching, which means a thorough grounding in the five techniques of Hatha Yoga: stillness (asana), rhythm (vinyasa), breath (pranayama), integration (bandha) and presence (drushti).   You will learn how to arrange them and establish a dominant focus which moves them into the direction of "styles" like restorative, vinyasa flow or alignment-based practice. 

You will learn how to language and sequence these techniques through experience and understand through continuous creativity on your part.  Within the realm of orientation, or how to relate to any particular practice, students are taught that Yoga is practiced as self - inquiry, and surrender.

The training is structured around several key elements:

  • Technical training (particularly in posture practice, core actions, sequencing -vinyasa karma, pranayama and meditation).
  • History and philosophy (particularly with reference to the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali and the Baghavad Gita).
  • Anatomy and physiology as applied to the practice.

The Training Year

The teacher training program begins in October. A total of eight intensives will be conducted within one year. These courses form the base hours of the mandatory core curriculum of the Basic RYT teacher requirements. In addition, hours are completed through class observation, practice, teaching a minimum of one community yoga class and home-study. There is also a required reading list of books that must be completed prior to certification.

To be recommended to the Yoga Alliance as a yoga teacher certified by Jane's House Studio, it is necessary to attend all of the training intensives, complete 200 hours, pass a comprehensive final examination, meet the financial obligation and must, in the opinion of the teacher training instructors, be able to competently and compassionately teach a basic yoga class.

While there is no time limitation for the completion of Yoga teacher training, the trainee is expected to attend training sessions on a regular basis and it is suggested that the training be completed within a year. If the teacher trainee does not attend training sessions for a period of one year, his or her application will be considered dormant and he or she will have to reapply for the program.

Each teacher training attendee receives a beautifully produced manual containing illustrations and professionally photographed asanas.

2017-2018 Training Year

October 7-8, 2017

November 11-12, 2017

December 9-10, 2017

January 13-14, 2018

February 10-11, 2018

March 10-11, 2018

April 14-15, 2018

May 5-6, 2018 Make up weekend w/ additional fee

June 9-10, 2018 Test Out

Accreditation

200Hr pict 3The program excels in the arena of education, which challenges students who desire to share yoga with others. This program offers a two hundred hour registration that exceeds the certification standards set by the national Yoga Alliance's Yoga Teacher Registry. The Yoga Alliance's minimum standards for Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT) are available on their website: www.yogaalliance.org

200Hr pict 2Jane's House Basic Teacher Training Program, being one of the first Registered Schools in the St. Louis region, is directed by Robin Buck, assisted by Danielle Greenwood, Kate Burrus and Christy Wetzel. The curriculum has been 200Hr pict 3refined for years and comes from the lineage of Robin’s teachers, Matthew and Holly Krepps, Circle Yoga Shala and her Guru, Dandapani. 

Course Fees

The YTT200 program tuition is $2250. There is a one-time $25 application fee. Once your application has been accepted there is a one-time $125 enrollment cost for the extensive teaching manual, administration costs and grading.

Tuition covers the 8 mandatory intensives. Once enrolled in the training, teacher trainees are available to purchase 30 day unlimited yoga class cards for $25. Additional costs may include books for required reading list. See payment options below.

Payment options (after application, manual, and administrative fees of $150):

  • In full: $2100
  • Two payments of: $1075
  • Eight payments of: $295 

Eligibility

  • 1 year minimum of personal yoga practice either at home or in a studio
  • 18+yrs of age

Enrollment

  • Applications (and application fee) must be submitted at least 2 weeks before the start of the program.
  • First payment along with enrollment fee of $125 must be paid prior to or on the first day of training along with signed enrollment forms.