Yoga Teacher Training 200 hours
Our teacher training courses are recognised Nationally and Internationally by Yoga Alliance Australia and Yoga Australia.
Learn more and meet the teachers at our FREE teacher training seminar Saturday 23rd June 10.15-11.00am. Contact us for bookings.
Level One 200 Hour Commences:
11th August 2018 – 9th December 2018
Held over 10 alternate weekends (9am – 5pm).
Cost $3600 ($3300 early bird if paid in full by June 15th 2018).
Payment plans available.
View full course dates here.
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- Bonus Package – includes 19 weeks of free membership to our school (valued at $725)
- Receive discounted lifetime membership to the Yogi Trove, online teacher training for 200 hour graduates.
- Purchase a home study class revision video package containing in session lectures and practical exercises for $150
About our 200 hour program
Our yoga teacher training course is designed for modern yoga practitioners seeking new wisdom from ancient yoga knowledge. We have successfully created a teaching program to equip our graduates with the tools and skills to fully immerse themselves into a professional teaching career. This course is ideal for anyone who is seeking a complete career change or simply looking to diversify their skills. Whether you are an experienced yoga practitioner or a curious enthusiast then our course will give you the confidence needed towards a new career. We welcome people to our teacher training program that may not have the “perfect yoga body type”. We are committed to helping you evolve your business skills post our teacher training program. We like to offer our graduates professional development from our very own team of professional teachers.
Why Choose Dancing Warrior Yoga Teacher Training?
Course coordinator Mathew Bergan studied Hatha yoga in Sydney and India and has trained with many of the great teachers over the past 25 years. In addition to Mathew’s yoga training, he also holds of an Advanced Diploma in Sports Massage and integrates into all of his teachings his knowledge of the body learned through 30 years of inquiry into human movement forms.
Limited numbers to ensure you get personalised attention
We limit the class sizes to 16 people to make sure you get personalised attention and the adequate time to learn the skills necessary to be an amazing yoga teacher. Our small intake means you get more time practicing teaching, honing adjustment skills and interacting with our teaching staff.
Be a part of a powerful and supportive community
DWY is proud of its yoga community dedicated to helping new yoga teachers excel. Many of our YTT students leave our program with new life-long friendships and potential business partners.
Start teaching right away
Gain confidence and overcome your fear by teaching community classes at the studio after you graduate as part of the mentorship program.
Build your yoga resume and get teaching jobs
DWY offers its yoga trainees multiple ways to expand their knowledge beyond 200 hrs. Participate in our 350 hr programs or add teaching to your resume by teaching some of our weekly community classes.
View previous 200 hour community photos here.
“Since discovering Dancing Warrior Yoga, I completed my yoga teacher training there, and continue with the regular class visits. My own yoga practice has grown immensely. I only wish I discovered the school a lot earlier! I feel like all aspects of my yoga practice, my physical poses, breath work and meditation have deepened in a relatively short period of time. I have made some dear friends.”
Jo Hew – Teacher training graduate
“Dancing Warrior Yoga teaching approach is very hands on, literally. You will be thrown in the deep end in the most positive of ways, and nurtured and supported into becoming the best teacher you can be. This studio was a very honest, open minded, encouraging, friendly, remarkable community to develop teaching skills in.”
Jax Cave – Teacher training graduate
“I was surprised at the breadth of the material covered in the course. I have a greater understanding of the history, and the breadth of it as a practice that embraces philosophy, physiology and science. I experienced a very steep learning curve that has left me wanting to learn a whole lot more”.
Lee Wilson – Teacher training graduate