THE SAM RAO YOGA TEACHER TRAINING SCHOOL
frequently asked questions…
HOW MUCH DOES THE COURSE COST?
Sam’s course is priced at £4000 Deposit payable at time of registration: £500 Monthly payments: £350 per month (spread over 10 months) .
WHAT DOES MY QUALIFICATION INCLUDE?
WHEN CAN I START?
Weekend trainings happen once a month and teachers can join any time after they have been accepted.
You attend the weekends that fit in with your existing commitments. Every weekend you attend is counted as a training module, and goes towards your final qualification.
You need to take 10 modules to qualify for the RYT 250Hrs.
The RYT 250 Hrs training course can be taken over a period of 10 to 18 months depending on your availability.
WHAT ARE THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS?
Students must have a minimum of 2 years of regular yoga practice.
Every potential trainee will have an opportunity to assess the school, by spending a free full taster day before they and the school decide to begin teacher training .
WHERE IS THE SCHOOL LOCATED?
The Sam Rao Yoga School is held in the beautiful surroundings of Highfield Park, ideally situated between Reading and Basingstoke, easily accessible from London via the M3, M4 and M25.
Accommodation is available and special rates for one or two nights have been negotiated.
Taxi transfers from READING station can also be arranged.
CAN I TRANSFER FROM ANOTHER SCHOOL?
Yes, you can. A number of students have joined Sam Rao after making a decision to move from their existing training school. You will get confirmation of the credits you have gained towards your qualification for RYT 200.
Anything else you want to know…
“I highly recommend this Teacher Training Program. If you think you could not become a teacher because of xyz, you needn’t be worried.
The school fully supports you from the first assessment day to the very minute you get your certification. And the support does not end there, there is a community of qualified teachers to help you at every stage on your journey.
You have nothing to lose, sign up for a free assessment day and see if the school is right for you before you make any commitments.”