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Do You Want More information on our Aerial Yoga Teacher Training ?

Updated: Jul 7

Aerial Yoga is a wonderful style of yoga to share with others. This practice is deeply healing, and very fun to learn. Our Yoga Teacher Training is a great place to get started if you're new to yoga, or if you're already teaching ground yoga, you can supplement your practice and learn a new style of yoga.


Why do people choose aerial yoga?

People are drawn to aerial yoga - it is a practice where you learn to use gravity and fly. Because of this there is a huge interest in this yoga. In addition to the visual appeal of this practice, the therapeutic benefits are many. Spinal traction, pain management, it's easier on the joints, it's fun, and it's a niche practice.

For an experienced yoga teacher, this training WILL get you many new clients. If you work in PT or Healthcare, this practice can be used to complement your current credentials.


What's the benefit of the training? The 40 hour training will prepare you for a deeper aerial yoga practice. You will learn how to do the fundamentals of RAY* aerial yoga practice. Our training focuses on application and teaching. Teachers who have completed the training liked our training because "we spent more time practicing and practice teaching and I feel like I learned more in this training than my 200 Hour TYY."


How long? The training is 40 hours long, over 3 weekends all day Saturday and Sunday. We hold the training once every Quarter. Can't make a weekend? No problem. You can make up your session in another Quarter's training.


Perks? People who do our Yoga Teacher Training get 2 months of unlimited access to aerial yoga at our studio, select discounts on products, and the opportunity to get paid to teach Aerial Yoga.


The program is $1200. A 50% deposit is required. Payment plans available.

Our Program is not Affiliated with YA, however our lead instructor is a 500 ERYT with over 20,000 hours of teaching experience. We require a 50% deposit on the training and a commitment to teaching intern hours, in addition to observing classes, assisting classes, teaching community donation classes, and participating within the culture of our community.

We do hire outside of our Community and encourage you to come a take classes with us before you apply for a job teaching at our studio to see if we are a good fit for you! We strive to make our connections strong and enduring, and we invite you to do the same.








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