Yoga Instructor Jobs

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Frequently asked questions

How much to charge for a private yoga class?

For private yoga training, it's reccomended that you charge between $40 and $70 on each lesson. Generally, yoga instructors charge based on their location, years of teaching, levels of knowledge and expertise, and travel time (if applicable). Read more in our yoga classes cost guide

How much do yoga teachers make per class?

The starting wage for yoga teachers is around $40 at a studio or gym. Experienced yoga teachers with additional skill sets and training, can expect between $50 and $75 per class.

How do I become a yoga instructor?

Steps to Become a Yoga Instructor:

  1. Learn Yoga
  2. Take different classes and decide which style of yoga is best for you

  3. Complete a Yoga Instructor Training Course
  4. Generally, schools adhere to the teaching guidelines set by Yoga Alliance for 200-hour and 500-hour teacher training programs.

  5. Get Registered & Certified
  6. Students who complete training that adhere to the guidelines set by Yoga Alliance can apply for the Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) certification.

  7. Keep Learning
  8. Most yoga instructors attend classes, workshops and seminars to keep their knowledge up to date. Instructors that are registered with Yoga Alliance are required to complete at least 75 hours of education every three years. This includes teaching yoga for 45 hours and attending additional classes for 30 hours. RYTs who meet or exceed certain experience and education requirements are eligible for advanced credentials.

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