New 2018 Wednesday Evening Teacher Training & In-depth Studies Course Starts May 23, 2018

200 Hour Program Approved by Yoga Alliance of 45 Wednesday Evenings. Starts May 23, 2018.
Meets 6-10pm with a dinner break. with Richard Schachtel.

This training is limited to only 25 students and we have students in our current courses attending from Bellevue, Sammamish, and eastern suburbs, Tacoma, Everett, Lynnwood, Whidbey and Vashon Islands, as well as Seattle.

Introduction to Teaching Slower Yoga: a 4 Week Series Plus Optional Learning to Help Out in Slower Yoga Classes in July, September or October (4 Week Sessions)

4 Saturdays in June 2018 June 2-23 2:30pm-4:30pm

At The Center For Yoga of Seattle 2261 NE 65th Street Seattle, Wa 98115

with Richard Schachtel Founder & Director The Center For Yoga of Seattle Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher Authorized Yoga Alliance Teacher Trainer

Fee: $200 New to The Center $160

Late Registration Starting 5/29 $250 $210 New to The Center

Limited Enrollment!

Learning to Help out in Slower Yoga Classes 4 Week Sessions (for those who have taken the 4-week Introduction to Teaching Slower Yoga) Session 1: July 13-August 4 Session 2 Sept 8- 29 Session 3 Sept 29-October 20 Each Session is $100

Every yoga teacher needs to develop skills in teaching yoga to those who need a slower, less strenuous, and one that doesn't stretch doesn't overstretch the students.

12th Annual SUMMER 200-HOUR 4-WEEK IMMERSION TEACHER TRAINING JULY 9-AUGUST 4, 2018.

Alignment Yoga Teacher Training in Seattle With Richard Schachtel

July 9-August 4, 2018 THE FEE FOR THIS TRAINING IS $3,100. A Special rate OF $999 IS AVAILABLE ONLY through Midnight Monday APRIL 23, 2018 Pacific Standard Time.
ONLY 4 SPACES AVAILABLE AT THIS RATE!

This course meets in Seattle

Richard has over 125 recent graduates of his 200 hour Yoga Alliance Approved Courses.

4 Module 200 Hour Teacher Training Certificate Program Yoga Alliance Approved- START May 29 OR July 9,2018 OR September 4, 2018 with Your First Week Of Training!

Take the 4 week teacher training in 2018 with one week in one one week in May/June 2018, one week in July 2018, one week in September 2018, and one week in March 2019. We have our 2018 schedules up below. Finish by 3/30/19.You can also start July 9, 2018 or Sept 4, 2018, and finish in 2019.

The fee for the training starting in 2018 is $3,100. For those starting on May 29 the training is on Special through APRIL 23 for $2400. LAST WEEK AT THIS PRICE FOR THE MAY 29 STARTING DATE. The Special for those Starting on July 9 or September 4 is Only $1600 through 4/23

Graduates will be able to register with Yoga Alliance to be recognized at 200 HR RYT's.

We Also have a Choose Your Own Dates Option which allows you to take the 4 courses according to your availability as long as you take the 4 weeks in sequential order(take week 2 after taking week 1 etc). In this option you can start in May, July, or September 2018 with the first week of the training.

Choose Your Own Dates 4-Six Day Module Teacher Trainings Start May 29 Or July 9 Or September 4, 2018 Yoga Alliance Approved Certificate Program

200 Hour Yoga Alliance Approved Yoga Teacher Training in Seattle With Richard Schachtel. A Certificate Program

This Module Option is for those who cannot attend 4 contiguous weeks and prefer to take one 6 day week over the course of 6-12 months. The 6 day modules must be taken in the correct sequence (Module week 2 after Module week 1, etc.

NEW 2018 DAYTIME YOGA TEACHER TRAINING & IN-DEPTH STUDIES COURSE STARTS SEPTEMBER 11, 2018

200 Hour Program Approved by Yoga Alliance of 45 Tuesday Daytime Sessions.

Starts September 11, 2018. Meets 10:00am-2:00pm with a lunch break. with Richard Schachtel.

This training is limited to only 30 students and we have students in our current courses attending our 1 year trainings from Bellevue, Sammamish, and eastern suburbs, Tacoma, Everett, Lynnwood, Whidbey, Bainbridge and Vashon Islands, as well as Seattle.

Pose for sport: welcome to competitive yoga

Pose for sport: welcome to competitive yoga

Competition and yoga are two words you don’t see put together very often. It’s also quite difficult to imagine yoga as anything more than a class that you go to after work. However, it’s a thing, and the world of competitive yoga is making great leaps to establish itself as an Olympic sport.