Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training Course. Register now for Module 11!

This 187-hour Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training Course (TTC) is suitable for everyone: new students of yoga who are interested in becoming teachers, as well as experienced teachers who wish to polish their teaching skills and improve their knowledge of yoga practice.
It is a two-year course approved by the Iyengar Yoga National Association of the United States (IYNAUS). Upon completion of the TTC, the trainee will meet the study and training requirements needed to apply for the national assessment to become a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher at the Introductory level.

Upcoming Modules in 2017:
Module 11: November 4-5

Registration form and more information

All classes held at:
Manoa Innovation Center
2800 Woodlawn Drive, Room 173
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

More information? Call Ray (808)386-9374 or email ray@honoluluyoga.com

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4 Comments

  1. Michael says: - reply

    Among the best teacher trainings in the US at this point. Certainly better than anything coming out of Yoga Alliance schools. Ray and Shelley have taught me everything I need to know about teaching yoga, and after their apprenticeship I can handle anyone who walks through the door. Rather than wasting your time with how to construct a music playlist or how to “brand” yourself, they teach you how to observe students carefully, observe asanas carefully, make appropriate adjustments, construct a logical sequence for a class, understand Sanskrit as needed in teaching, and handle students who have common injuries and health conditions to perform the asana with modifications. If Iyengar is the gold standard for teaching, this is opportunity is indeed a treasure chest.

  2. Only Certified Iyengar Yoga teachers are permitted to use the Iyengar name in labeling their classes and in advertising.

    • Ray says: - reply

      That is correct. Mr Iyengar was very concerned that his method would be misrepresented by teachers who use his name without going through the rigorous training required to become a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher.
      The following is from IYNAUS.org :
      “In accordance with his lifetime contribution to the art, science, and philosophy of yoga, B.K.S. Iyengar has pursued trademark protection so that yoga associated with his name reflects his work. As of August 14, 2007 the name “IYENGAR” associated with “YOGA” has been registered as a trademark and is protected in the United States in connection with teaching Iyengar yoga.

      Only Certified Iyengar Yoga teachers in good standing are permitted to use “Iyengar Yoga” to describe their yoga programs or classes. The term “in good standing” as employed by B.K.S. Iyengar means that the certified teacher”

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