YogaSix Launches Proprietary 300-Hour Virtual Yoga Teacher Training
Led by 3 Master Trainers, New Program from Modern Boutique Yoga Brand Will Help Instructors Grow, Develop and Evolve in Their Yoga Journeys
November 18, 2020 // Franchising.com // IRVINE, Calif. - YogaSix, the nation’s leading boutique yoga brand, announced today the launch of its propriety 300-Hour Virtual Yoga Teacher Training, the first of which will be held from January to June 2021. To be led by 3 world class YogaSix Master Trainers – Christine Kick, Zac Armstrong and Emilie Porter-Rand – the 300-Hour program is designed for both active yoga teachers looking to expand their practical skillset and individuals realizing their passion for yoga and desire to teach.
The virtual training takes place over 12 modules, each of which are divided into three sections. A wide range of topics will be covered, and skill sets developed throughout the course of the program including yoga tools, philosophies and methodologies, anatomy and kinesiology as well as instructing abilities. Compared to a typical 200-hour yoga teacher training, YogaSix’s 300-hour program will not only help individuals map where they are in their yoga journeys, but also help them map where they want to go. The total cost for the training is $4000 and payment plans are available.
“We are excited to be launching YogaSix’s first-ever Virtual Yoga Teacher Training in 2021,” said Kelly Clifton Turner, ERYT-500 and Director of Education for YogaSix. “This incredible program gives our brand a new level of community and credibility. The pandemic cannot stop us from strengthening the mind-body connection and transforming the lives of yoga practitioners and teachers everywhere.”
Along with the virtual training program, YogaSix is also hosting its next traditional 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training starting in February, for those just beginning their teaching journey. That training costs $2500, discounted from its usual $3000 price.
Offering an inclusive, modern take on the ancient practice, YogaSix has quickly become one of the fastest-growing fitness brands in the world. Founded in 2012, the company began franchising in 2019. Within the last couple years, brand has signed nearly 500 franchise agreements and opened over 100 studios and is still growing despite the pandemic.
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