Serina earned her Raja 200 Hour E-RYT with Jackie Chiodo at the Anamaya Resort in Montezuma, Costa Rica in an immersion program. She ate, slept, lived yoga for one month to experience the power of true transformation. Read her journey here…
What is Raja Yoga?
Raja Yoga, sometimes called the “Royal Yoga” is inclusive of all yogas, and its philosophy goes beyond the boundaries of the many styles of yoga today. Raja Yoga emphasizes the benefits of meditation for spiritual self-realization and the purposeful evolution of consciousness.
Teachers can register as an E-RYT 200 if they have successfully completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training program that is registered with Yoga Alliance and have taught a minimum of two years after completing training. All training hours must come from the same school and multiple trainings cannot be combined to meet the 200-hour Requirement. Applicants must submit 1,000 teaching hours for this designation which must be completed after completing training with a RYS 200.
Once registered, an E-RYT 200 is able to provide continuing education workshops to RYTs and can be a Lead Trainer of a 200-hour teacher training program for a RYS 200.
✓ Completed a 200-hour training program with a RYS 200
✓ Has at least 1,000 hours of teaching experience since completing training with a RYS 200
✓ Has taught for at least two years since completing training with a RYS 200