Have you always wanted to dig deeper? Do you believe there is more to the world and us as a people? Would you find a level of fulfillment in giving back by becoming a yoga instructor?
METTA, a Buddhist concept and practice, is an altruistic attitude, one of love, kindness and friendliness. Through METTA one strives to renounce bitterness, resentment, judgment and expectation of every kind, developing instead a mind of warm-hearted community and benevolence. METTA seeks the well-being and happiness of others. Simply put METTA is what the world needs more of today.
We at METTA School of Yoga, apply this concept throughout our lifestyle and teaching in hopes that our time together will aid in not only increasing your basis of yogic knowledge to take and share within the world but, also a lifestyle shift that you will share with your every breath.
Curriculum for 200 hr., Timeline, Requirements & Fee
(see testimonials below)
Technique, Training & Practice: Asana |Sequencing|Pranayama & Subtle Body |Meditation
Anatomy & Physiology: Anatomy | Alignment | Physiology | Biomechanics
Yoga Humanities: History | Philosophy | Ethics
Professional Essentials: Teaching Methodology | Professional Development |Practicum |
One weekend per month for 11 months – 200 hr. program
April 2021 — March 2022
Fridays | 6 PM – 9:00 PM
Saturdays | 9 AM – 6 PM
Sundays | 9 AM – 6 PM
2021/2022 Dates: Check these closely, they are all required.
April 16, 17 & 18
May 21, 22 & 23
June 11, 12 & 13
July 9, 10 & 11
August 13, 14 & 15
September 10, 11 & 12
October 8, 9 & 10
November 12, 13 & 14
December 10, 11 & 12
January 7, 8 & 9 2022
February 18, 19 & 20 2022
March 18, 19 & 20 2022
- Must be at least 16 years of age.
- Have an existing practice of at least 2 years (if close to 2 years, please reach out, so we can discuss)
- Must be available to attend EVERY weekend. This is not negotiable. If you have a conflict, please let us know.
- Must submit a letter of recommendation along with your application (see link above).
- Must complete the required reading prior to completion of program.
- Mentorship is not required but included as an option for the first 6 months following graduation.
- $3,500 total
- $250 non-refundable deposit along with application & letter of recommendation
- Monthly Payment Plans available, must be paid in full by July 2021 and arranged through Metta School of Yoga.
- Early Bird Special: $2900 paid in full by March 1, 2021
Have additional questions?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule time to speak and perhaps the next step in your journey.
“Look no further for your yoga teacher training! Ken & Marcy offer a program that far exceeds the normal curriculum for ytt. Ken has a vast knowledge of anatomy & physiology coupled with an Iyengar style of yoga teaching that encourages yoga practice on a much deeper level beyond just learning poses. Marcy takes you on a spiritual journey of discovery. She has such insight and skill that allows the student to open doors of personal growth. They have brought their many years of experience to this program with an extensive training manual, reading selections and hands on training, just to mention a few. Ken & Marcy brought in other highly trained yoga teachers for even more specific training. Within a couple of months at the school I was comfortable practicing my teaching skills for my instructors. Metta School Of Yoga is truly one that encompassing mind, body & spirit.” -Joanne Rulli Braunsberg
“Metta School of Yoga encompasses all that a 200 YTT should be and more. You delve deep into philosophy, pranayama, anatomy, asana, and ethics to enhance your personal practice as well as being confidently prepared to offer those teachings to others. Metta’s safe, non-judgmental environment offers the space for you to open up to your fullest potential and to guide you to live your truth both on and off the mat. You will leave the training with the knowledge and tools to skillfully respond both to yourself and to others with a sense of equanimity, balance, and mental and physical clarity and strength.” – Alyson Paulino McComsey