About Our 200 Hour Training

2019 will be our 4th year for our 200 hour program and each year the training gets more and more refined! This training will prepare you to deeply reflect and investigate your own inner life while also giving you the tools to share those insights and the knowledge of yoga with others. 

 

We've graduated over 30 teachers now and 85% of those students are teaching yoga in their own businesses or in local yoga studios around Hobart. We're dedicated to your journey and you flourishing as a yoga practitioner and teacher. 

 

The Schedule

Module I

Grounding

Philosophy, Yoga History, Anatomy, Alignment

Opening Night

31 May 2019

1 June - 3 July

5 Weekends and Wednesday Nights

Saturdays

10:30am - 5:30pm

Sundays

12:30 - 5:30pm

Wednesdays

5:30 - 7:30pm

Module 2

Deepening

Sequencing, Psychology,

Advanced Postures,

Subtle Anatomy

20 July - 21 August

5 Weekends and Wednesday Nights

Saturdays

10:30am - 5:30pm

Sundays

12:30 - 5:30pm

Wednesdays

5:30 - 7:30pm

Module 3

Expanding

One-on-One Mentorship,

Electives,

Ethics Seminar,

Business Seminar,

The Art of Assisting,

Final Assessment Retreat

1 Sept - Jan 2020

 

Investment Options

Upon acceptance into the program you will need to make a deposit of $500 to hold your spot regardless of payment plan.

This will go toward your overall tuition.

Investment Option 1

Pay in full

$4, 177 (after deposit)

Due May 31st

Investment Option 2

Pay By Module

Module 1

     $1,100 (after deposit)

due by June 1st 
 

Module II 

$1,600

due by July 20th
 

Module III

$1, 577

due by September 1st

Investment Option 3

Monthly Payments

12 payments

$373.08 (after deposit)
Due on the 1st of each month
starting June 1st

EARLY

BIRD

SPECIAL

3,877

 

(after deposit)

if paid in full

by 31 March

Bija Yoga Tasmania
Level 1, 45 Victoria St, Hobart 7000
Tel: 0411304345
Email: bijayogatas@gmail.com

Bija Yoga Tasmania acknowledges the Palawa people as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we practice.

We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and to Elders past, present and emerging.