Teacher Training Course Fees

Teacher Training Course fees

  • Payment plans for the 200-hour Yoga training are available.

  • Upon registration, a deposit of £500 is required.

  • Monthly payments of £250 for 10 months will begin one month before the course begins.

  • Alternatively, a discounted total of £2750 is offered for payment in full.

  • We also have two half-price spots available for individuals from the global majority and LGBTQ+ community. If you believe you qualify for this, please send an email to Bhavna to apply.

Initial Deposit for the 200-hour Teacher Training Course:

To secure your spot, a non-refundable deposit of £500 is required. Once you have received your offer letter, please pay the deposit of £500.

If you are interested in signing up for this course, we recommend that you opt for our 10-month payment plan option. This will allow you to spread out payments over a period of time and ensure your finances are taken care of. You must make at least one, to two payments before the course begins


How do I pay for the course?

All payments are made by bank transfer. Once you have been accepted onto the course an offer letter outlining payment details will be sent out via email. A non-refundable deposit of £500 is required once your place is offered. Your space is not secured until the deposit has been received. Payments are only due once you are offered a place and not beforehand.

What’s included in the teacher training fees?

Our UK-approved course includes:

-A comprehensive teacher training manual

-All lectures, tuition and tests, and mentoring

-A 200-hour certificate on successful completion



What’s not included in the teacher training fees?

Here are a few things that we want you to know about UK 200-hour teacher training:

1. Course books are not included in the fees. You can expect to pay around £40 to £60 for your course books, which will cover all of the materials for the course itself and any other resources you might need.

2. Travel fees for the course are not included either. You’ll need to pay for your own transportation to and from our studio, as well as accommodation if needed during your stay.

3. At the end of the teacher training course, you will be ready to teach a public class. However, in order to do so, you must have your own insurance coverage. We recommend that you take out teacher training insurance part-way through the course, as this will allow you to begin teaching without having to wait until the end of your training. This will be discussed during the business of Yoga sessions.

4. If you’re looking to become an accredited yoga teacher with a Yoga Teacher Alliance International membership, this costs an additional fee —and it’s optional! It may be something worth considering if this is something you wish to pursue.

5. A valid first aid insurance certificate is usually required towards the latter stages of the course.




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