Yoga Teacher Training September 2019- April 2020
Truly Yoga 200-Hour Freedom Flow Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training
2019-2020 Now in Session… Find out more below about our 2020-2021 Training! Early sign up deals available!
Inspire others, become a yoga teacher or deepen your own practice:
Find your freedom in flow. This program is designed for those who want to teach yoga or deepen their practice through a deliberate training, which can enhance more than just one’s experience on the mat. Learn to teach with confidence, freedom of expression, and creative connection to one’s own body and mind. This is a progressive approach to vinyasa yoga, asana, and mindfulness.
– How to teach a Vinyasa Yoga Sequence
– Anatomy/Movement; Energetic body
– Pranayama and Meditation
– Teaching and assisting all levels
– Business of yoga
– Exploration of self
– Finding your true voice
Upon completion, students will be able to submit certification with Yoga Alliance.
This training is lead by Sarah Wnenchak E-RYT 200/Truly Yoga founder and Monique Claudio E-RYT 200.
Location and Dates:
Truly Yoga Studio in Newark, Delaware:
Starting September – Students will meet on Thursday’s from 5:30pm – 10 pm with two weekend intensives.
(minus certain holiday dates)…exact dates coming soon
First Weekend Intensive begins in September
Attend all weekly meetings and two weekend intensives
Maintain a daily journal and yoga/meditation practice
Practice a minimum of 1x a week at Truly Yoga Studio (in addition to the training)
Program Curriculum 200- hour
Techniques: 100 hours
Teaching Methodology: 25 hours
Anatomy and Physiology: 20 hours
Philosophy/Ethics/Lifestyle: 30 hours
Practicum: 10 hours
Elective: 15 hours
Contact hours include: Weekly sessions and weekend intensives
Non-Contact hours include: Attending yoga classes; reading, written exercises; journaling; practice teaching
• Techniques: Asanas, Pranayama, and meditation. (Training and practice of the techniques)
• Teaching Methodology: principles of demonstration, observation, assisting, instruction, teaching styles, qualities of a teacher and the student’s process of learning.
• Anatomy and Physiology: includes both physical anatomy and physiology and the energetic physiology (chakras, nadis, etc.)
• Philosophy/Ethics/Lifestyle: study of yoga sutras (including an emphasis on the yamas and niyamas); ethics for yoga teachers
• Practicum: The students will co-teach, assist and practice each week.
Book titles will be emailed to all students prior to the start of the training.
Tuition, Fees and Refunds
Tuition is $2,700 ($2,400 if paid in full by July 1st), this does not include books. Payment plans are available by request. An Application registration is required along with a $500 deposit to hold your spot for our Teacher Training. Please email: [email protected] with filled out application/questionnaire (located below).
Tuition includes manual and training (books are not included)
Payment Plans for Tuition: $2700
Paid in full by July 1st: $2,400
Payment plans available:
($500 deposit due 2 weeks before the start of the program)
5 month plan: $500 deposit and $440 per month
8 month plan: $500 deposit and $275 per month
Please make checks payable to:
Truly Yoga LLC
A full refund will be made to any student who cancels the enrollment contract within two weeks prior to the start of the training. Deposit is non-refundable.
Application/Questionnaire Form to be filled out:
Email the application form above to [email protected] or call (302) 547-7905 for more questions. The deposit (cash or check) and application can also be sent together to:
Truly Yoga Studio
7 Polly Drummond Shopping Center
Newark, DE 19711
If not paying in full, you can also pay your deposit online here: Deposit (MindBody)
Frequently Asked Questions
I’ve only been doing yoga for 6 months. Can I do teacher training?
Yes, YTT is for "everyone" - every level of student.
Some of our trainees will have only 3-12 months of yoga practice; others will have many years of experience. Yoga is a journey; it’s a process. We encourage each student to start where they are, and consciously progress their practice, deepening their understanding of yoga. We’ll start where we are, together.
It’s for people who want to become 200-hr registered yoga teachers (RYT). With successful completion of the training and its requirements, you’ll receive a certification of completion, with which you can register as an RYT 200 with Yoga Alliance. AND, it’s also for enthusiastic students who want to enhance their studies of this amazing, transformative practice. Students who want to learn about yoga history and philosophy.
Whether you're interested in becoming a teacher or growing your personal practice - this program is for you!
When does the training begin? How does it work?
It will begin in September 2019 (an exact day will be determined as we get closer). Prior to the start of training, we are planning informational gatherings to present program details and spend time addressing all of your questions.
The training – including practice, lectures, class observations/assisting, journalling, weekly homework, practice teaching & more .
Who is leading the training?
Sarah Wnenchak E-RYT 200/ Truly Yoga founder
Sarah has been practicing yoga ever since discovering its physical and psychological benefits in 2007. She graduated from the University of Delaware in 2011 with a Bachelors degree in Psychology and a minor in Anthropology. Sarah then became a 200-hour certified yoga teacher in 2012 after completing her teacher training with One Yoga. Sarah teaches vinyasa style based yoga, which connects a dynamic flow of postures with breath. In 2015, Sarah opened Truly Yoga Studio in Newark, DE, where she continues to teach today. In 2017, Sarah became a Bulletproof Human Potential Coach and offers wellness coaching in conjunction with yoga. She also has been a lead trainer for Serenity Yoga’s Karma Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training. Sarah’s classes focus on developing awareness of one’s body and mind, in order to guide students on a journey back to their true selves.
Monique Claudio E-RYT 200
Monique works as a Holistic Wellness Coach and Movement Specialist. She graduated from the University of Delaware in 2004 with a Bachelors degree in Psychology and a minor in East Asian Studies. As an ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist since 2004 Monique has always been fascinated by the brain’s ability to influence and be influenced by the body, but especially interested in understanding the bigger picture rather than assuming there is only one solution to living our best lives. A desire to work with the more grounded forms of movement led her to earning her 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification in 2012 and to becoming an Advanced MELT Method Instructor beginning in 2013. She has increased her understanding in anatomy, fascia, and the connections of our bodily systems through studying the work of Jean Claude-Guimberteau, Tom Myers, and Robert Schleip to name a few. Through gaining more understanding of the mind-body-breath role in wellness, disease prevention and treatment, and living to our fullest potential Monique has been able to refine her techniques to help students, clients, and everyone live the best life they are capable of tapping into. She has learned both the technical and the subtle ways in which we hold ourselves back, or think its harder than it is to really enjoy life and feel great. Monique shares this with others so we may rise up within ourselves and together to brighten our collective light and truly shine!
How much does it cost? Is there a payment plan?
The tuition fee is $2,700 ($2,400 before July 1st paid in full). A $500 non- refundable deposit (included in tuition) is required to reserve your spot in the training, as space is limited. Payment plans are available by request (Information on payment plans is listed above).
What should I do to prepare?
This teacher training does not require - nor does it expect - students to be "advanced” yogis. The important thing is to become very engaged in your current study of yoga.
We recommend that students be in good health and optimal physical condition.
We recommend that you maintain a regular, consistent, dedicated yoga practice here at the studio. What does that mean? It means you make a commitment to practice yoga (of any kind) at least 3 times a week. Not only will you learn a lot about the practice and yourself!
Can I still do it even if I’m absolutely certain I don’t want to be a teacher?
Yes. We know that many who enroll in YTT may not be seeking teaching positions upon completion of the training. Some participants have no other purpose than to grow. This training is open to all willing to put in the effort to learn!
I want to teach. Will this program enable me to become a yoga teacher? Do I need any other credentials or licenses?
Upon successful completion of the program requirements, you will be able to register with Yoga Alliance – the governing board providing credentialing to yoga teachers and schools – to become an 200 hr RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher). This is the first step toward becoming a yoga teacher.
Most yoga studios require teachers to have their 200 hr RYT to teach yoga classes. Specialized instruction (such as yoga therapeutics, Yin, pre- & post-natal, for example) usually requires specialized training (usually an additional 25-40 hours).
How do I sign up?
Email the application form above to [email protected] or call (302) 547-7905 for more questions. The deposit (checks made payable to Truly Yoga LLC or deposit can be made at our mindbody online store) and application can also be sent together to:
Truly Yoga Studio
7 Polly Drummond Shopping Center
Newark, DE 19711
Once received we will contact you via email!