200 Hour RYT
Mind, body, and soul ready to learn how to teach prenatal yoga.
7 days, 6 nights
All packages include 85 hours of prenatal yoga teacher training and training manual. Food consists of three gourmet vegetarian meals daily. Both the dorm and private room option include linens. Transportation to and from retreat center not included but can be arranged at an additional cost.
$1,395- Training Only
$1,745- Training + Food
$1,877- Training + Food + Dorm
$2,417- Training + Food + Private Room
Frequently Asked Questions
How does this help me become a registered prenatal yoga teacher? This program fulfills the 85-hour Yoga Alliance training requirement to be a Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher (RPYT).
Is this training right for me? While no background in prenatal yoga is required, students are expected to be able to teach basic yoga poses prior to enrolling. This prenatal yoga teacher training will expand upon your unique yoga background providing a practical understanding of the art and science of teaching prenatal yoga.
How does immersion training differ from weekend training?
Weekend training sessions typically meet 3 weekends at one or a few locations. The immersion style is intensive. The student usually lives with other students and the teacher(s) during their training. Daily practice of yoga, meditation, instruction, and practicum is the norm. Joshua Tree was chosen to host due to its proximity to nature, Southern California location, safety, gourmet vegan options and yoga lineage.
How big is the training group? The maximum number of students is 25. This size allows both opportunities for one-on-one time and the advantage of group energy without being lost in the crowd.
How does the training flow? Each full day begins early with a group yoga practice and meditation. Babes and +1 are welcome to join us. We then break for breakfast and students only meet up for the day's first workshop until lunch. We head for our 2nd workshop until dinner. After dinner activities vary.
Can I really bring my baby? Yes. The purpose of this training is to prepare you to guide students during the new motherhood year. Babes up to 2 years of age are welcome to join if there is a non-student primary caregiver available so the primary focus of the student can be learning the material. If bringing your baby, we recommend the apartment option as the cost includes food and lodging for one non-student caregiver.