200 Hour YTT Program

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200 Hour YTT Program

Our philosophy is to teach students the Traditional History of yoga, while teaching Anatomy, the asana practice (peer to peer), Pranayama, Meditation, Yoga business and marketing, Mudras, Teaching tips, Sequencing tips, Beyond the mat, and the Different styles of yoga.

West East Yoga is registered with Yoga Alliance (a national organization for yoga teachers and yoga teacher training schools) which includes our 200-hour yoga teacher training (200 YYT) curriculum. Upon graduation, students will receive their certificate of completion of the course which qualifies graduates to register as Yoga Alliance-certified yoga instructors at the 200-hour level.

Course requirements consist of attendance (make-up hours are available), class participation, assigned readings, homework, and classroom observation-hours.


Intensive practice of the asanas (postures) of yoga

The principles of Vinyasa, Bandhas, Pranayama practices

The art of adjustments and other teaching techniques

Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology (includes an anatomy lab)

Meditation instruction

Philosophy of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras


Includes group practice of asana in Sivananda, Iyengar, and Hatha yoga styles; pranayama; chanting; mantra; meditation; and other traditional yoga techniques. These hours will be a mix between guided practice of the techniques as well as analytical training in how to teach and practice the techniques. Includes participation in a field trip to attend a Bikram Yoga class. Time will be divided as follows: 65% practicum (actual practice of techniques) and 35% theory (lecture and discussion).

Includes principles of demonstrating and teaching yoga postures, basics of sequencing, class observation, how to safely assist/correct yoga students, teaching styles, qualities of a teacher, student’s process of learning and business aspects of teaching yoga. Time will be divided as follows: 50% practicum and 50% theory.

Includes both human physical anatomy and physiology and energy anatomy (chakras). Topics include both the study of the subject and application of its principles to yoga practice (benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns, etc.). Students will participate in a 2-hour field trip to Logan Chiropractic. These hours are 90% theory and 10% practicum.

Includes the study of yoga philosophies from the Yoga Sutra and Bhagavad Gita, yoga lifestyle and ethics for yoga teachers. These hours are 100% theory.

Includes practice teaching, receiving feedback, observing others teaching, and providing feedback. Also includes assisting students while someone else is teaching. The practicum hours are evaluated by the Program Director based on the following skills: Explanation and adjustment of postures, tone of voice, classroom management, disclosure of benefits, teaching breathing techniques, and providing feedback to students during and after class. These hours are 100% lab.



To certify, students are required to attend 100% of scheduled classes, complete all assigned reading and homework, demonstrate a passing grade of 70% or higher on all examinations, and demonstrate competency in practicum.


Prospective students must be at least 18 years of age, or with Program Director approval, and have a basic knowledge of yoga. The requirements are a minimum of one year of personal yoga experience and a regular yoga practice along with a commitment to participating fully in this program. We encourage having an open mind and note that a desire to learn are important for the success of the student and overall program experience.

Students will not be discriminated against based on race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, or physical ability. Prospective students wishing to apply for admission must submit a completed and signed Application for Admission along with a deposit of $250 made payable to the school.

Prospective students must schedule an in-person admission interview with the Program Director to determine eligibility and appropriateness of participation in the program. Upon acceptance into the program, the student will be notified by the Program Director.

Prospective students must demonstrate the ability to pay for the program and make satisfactory arrangements for payment of tuition.


Once admitted to the program, students will complete an enrollment agreement detailing the payment options, cancellation, and refund policies. The enrollment agreement must be completed prior to the first class meeting.


Total Tuition for the 200 YTT course is $2,500

Deposit for the 200 YTT course is $250 (leaving a tuition balance of $2,350)


After submitting a written payment agreement at the time of enrollment, students will be able to make payments via an online system which will apply to their tuition balance. Students may determine the amount and frequency for which they wish to complete payments. Tuition must be paid in full prior to graduation to be eligible to receive their certificate of completion.

Cancellation Policy

The student can cancel the enrollment agreement without penalty by directly notifying the program director or program administrator (in person, in writing, or by telephone) within 3 business days of the signing of the enrollment agreement (excluding weekends and holidays). If cancellation notification is received within 3 business days, a full refund of any deposits will be made to the student or to a third party designated by the student within 14 days of receipt of the cancellation notification. If a third party makes the deposit payment, the deposit will be refunded to that the party. If a student cancels the agreement after 3 business days, no deposit refund will be made.

Props & Supplies

Students will need a yoga mat of their own. Mats typically cost from $5 to $75 depending on the type of mat purchased and the vendor. Students are encouraged (though not required) to bring their own yoga blanket, two yoga blocks, and a yoga strap. Additional yoga mats, blankets, blocks, straps, bolsters and chairs are available however, just in case.

Additional fees

$20 Anatomy (cadaver) lab at Logan Chiropractic


The following books are required for study (purchase price notes are approximate).

  • The Yoga Hand book by Noa Belling – $15 new/$4 used

  • Light on Yoga by B.K.S. Iyengar – $14 new/$8 used

  • Yoga Sutras of Patanjali by Sri Swami Satchidananda – $12 new/$8 used

  • Bhagavad Gita: A Walk Through for Westerners by Jack Hawley – $15/$8 used

  • Yoga Sequencing by Mark Stephens – Approximately – $25 new/$16 used

  • Yoga Anatomy (Second Edition) by Leslie Kaminoff – $17 new/$6 used

Additional Recommended Reading (not required)

  • Yoga Mind & Body by Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center – $10 new/$5 used

Total cost of required books is approximately $98 new/$50 used.



200 Hour YTT

FromFebruary 2024ToNovember 2024

10 Month Program


Meeting DatesMeets one Weekend each month(Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays)

February: 9-10-11
March: 8-9-10
April: 12-13-14
May: 3-4-5
June: 14-15-16
July: 12-13-14
August: 9-10-11
September: 6-7-8
October: 4-5-6
November:  1-2-3 Graduation!

Fridays: 17:00 – 21:00
Saturdays & Sundays: 09:00 – 16:00


200 Hour YTT

FromSep 2023ToFeb 2024

6 Month Program


Meeting Dates (Meets on Wednesdays and Sundays)

Sep: 6-10-13-17-20-24-27
Oct: 4-8-11-15-18-22-25-29
Nov: 1-5-8-12-15-19-29
Dec: 3-6-10-13-17
Jan 2024: 7-10-14-17-21-24-28
Feb: 4-7-11 Graduation!

Wednesdays: 17:00 – 21:00
Sundays: 09:00 – 16:00

“There are two mistakes one can make along the road to truth…not going all the way, and not starting.”

– Buddha