Śraddhā School of Yoga
A yoga school that leads from the heart and brings the mind and the body along.
Adhikāra can mean studentship and is the name of our 100 hour advanced study program.
Adhikāra opens the door for any yoga student who wishes to deepen his/her understanding of yoga; including asana, anatomy, pranayama, meditation, mantra, and philosophy. We invite all with a curiosity for this practice to join us in an immersion into yoga.
This is a prerequisite for ALL students who wish to participate in teacher training with Śraddhā School of Yoga, even those who already hold a Yoga Alliance designation.
Advanced Yoga Studies
Teaching yoga as service (seva) to others. 100 hour training.
Seva expands upon Adhikara and gives you the tools to share this transformative practice effectively in order to be of service to the growing yoga community. We help each student who aspires to teach to find his/her own voice and authentically bring his/her experience of the practice into the world. In order to participate in the 100-hour Seva program, you must first complete Adhikara. After Adhikara, you will have a good grasp on Śraddhā School of Yoga’s methodology and we can dive right into the techniques of teaching.
Yoga Teacher Training
Trainings for continuing education
With decades of yoga teaching experience, we recognize that even a year long teacher training program only provides the most basic foundation for a yoga teacher.
We have created many resources and trainings for continuing education for all of our Śraddhā School graduates.
Our newest offering for RYT-200 is our 300 hour teacher training. This is a wonderful opportunity to expand your knowledge and be in greater service to your yoga community.
300 Hour Teacher Training
The voice of our students.
On so many levels, the Śraddhā School and its teachers stand out from the crowd. Most important to me are the teachers’ commitment to community and the school’s encouragement and support for personal growth in its teachers and students alike. This is a place where everyone is welcomed and valued.Gail MIller