evolation yoga atlanta is Proud to Host the Pranakriya School of Yogic Healing Arts Professional Development Certification!
Completion of this program will earn you your RYT-300 designation from the Yoga Alliance. Our program consists of 300+ hours of coursework and practicum, exceeding the Yoga Alliance standards. This program is for students that have already completed a 200-hour basic yoga teacher training with Pranakriya or any other certified yoga school. Within this program you will complete:
- 200+ hours of required core curriculum
- 100+ hours of specialized electives
- 30 hours of practicum and self-development
There is no application procedure or registration fees to start our 300-hour program, and students do not need to take the courses in any specific order. After completing an approved 200-hour yoga teacher training, you may take the required courses as we rotate through them at any of our host studios. After finishing each course, you will receive a letter of completion. When you have completed your coursework you may register with us as a Pranakriya Professional Level Yoga Teacher. There is a $50 registration fee to review your letters and issue your certificate. With this certificate you may register with the Yoga Alliance as a 300-hour graduate of a Registered Yoga School.
We encourage teachers to participate in our training courses in a way that suits their interest, time and financial well-being. Due to the nature of the advanced courses, we recommend students take three to four programs per year; completing their certification in 3-4 years. We believe this allows for the greatest integration of the program material, opportunity to deepen your own practice, put the learning into your teaching and have time for reflection/questions before your next course.
In 2020, Evolation Yoga Atlanta will host the following programs:
Friday, August 21, 2020 through Tuesday, August 25, 2020: Asanas as Spiritual Doorways w/ Yoganand Michael Carroll
Friday, November 6, 2020 through Tuesday, November 10, 2020: Pranayama: Theory & Teaching w/ William Hufschmidt