Movement Arts is a Yoga Alliance Registered School, a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider and a Washington State Licensed Vocational School. We have been training yoga teachers since 2002.
200 Hour Yoga Teaching Certification
Deepen Your Personal Yoga Practice and Learn to Teach What You Know.
Teacher/Trainers: Kara Keating, ERYT
and Carol Mason, ERYT assisted by Ash Ayars and other staff members of Movement Arts
What to expect:
Individual attention/class size limited to 16
Refinement of yoga techniques that can be used for any style of yoga one prefers to teach.
Comprehensive training in the art of teaching yoga
Yoga history and philosophy
Yoga class planning and sequencing
The therapeutic wisdom of Yoga
Introduction to Ayurveda
Physical and subtle anatomy
Business and yoga
The next training: October 2017 – April, 2018 on selected weekend afternoons, 5 hours each day. Generally two weekends per month. Class size is limited, allowing each individual to get the attention they need. Fees: 3450
Registration requires a deposit of $250 or a payment of any larger amount towards your balance. This deposit holds your spot in the course and is non-refundable.
Please note: As of August, 2017, we have six remaining spots in the class
Send an email for an application and book list to email@example.com
Weekend Schedule: October 7 & 8, October 28 & 29, November 11 & 12, November 18 & 19, December 2 & 3, December 9 & 10, January 6 & 7, January 13 & 14, January 20 & 21, February 10 & 11, February 17 & 18, March 3 & 4, March 10 & 11, March 24 & 25, April 7 & 8, April 14 & 15, April 21 & 22, April 28 & 29 (Graduation on April 29) Meeting times: Saturday noon to 5, Sunday 11-4
“Walking into Yoga Teacher Training at Movement Arts was, for me, a leap of faith. I wasn’t sure what I would find there. I didn’t know if I was ready, if I was “good enough,” if I would fit in. What I found was a group of yogis of all ages, from all walks of life, in varying stages of our life journeys – in short, what I found was a community. During our time together, that community grew to feel more like a family. We learned about our physical anatomy, how to find proper alignment in our yoga asanas, and how to safely teach others what we learned. And perhaps more profoundly, under Kara’s amazing guidance, we studied the ancient texts and delved into heartfelt discussions through which we gained insight not only into yoga history and tradition, but also into ourselves and into each other. It was an education, a journey, and a transformation. I am a Yoga Teacher.” Melissa Dale