Yoga Teacher Training in
8.00-8.15 Prayers, Meditation & Pranayama
8.30-10.00 FitYoga Group session & Teaching practice
13.00-14.15 Vegan Lunch Break (lunch provided)
16.00-17.00 FitYoga Teaching Practice
Compulsory Fit Yoga Lessons or Meditation practice might be added twice a week.
Practical Teaching Technique Exam
3-4 hrs Exam completion.
Home Study including test questions & essays.
Daily Karma yoga practice
Tuition fee: 2600 EUR
shared bedroom + lunch: €2990
private bedroom + lunch: €3170
shared bedroom + full board: €3190
private bedroom + full board: €3370
We accept payment in two parts.
The tuition fee can be paid through PayPal or by credit card. The course can also be purchased on our website.
The Fees Cover:
Reiki I. Certification
Daily Vegan Lunch! (or full-board upon request)
For further questions please contact Balazs or Karin Heller on
+356 9999 1844.
You can also Skype us, our username is worldcitizen19810823
or send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once the application form is approved, you just need to pay the application fee.
Yoga Alliance registers both individual yoga teachers and yoga teacher training programs who have complied with minimum educational standards established by the organization.
Teachers registered in yoga alliance are authorized to use the initials “r.y.t.” (registered yoga teacher) after their name, or the initials “e-r.y.t.” (experienced registered yoga teacher) if they have significant teaching experience in addition to training.
Upcoming dates for 2018 in Transylvania:
Have a look at our CURRICULUM here.
We have delivered over ten teacher trainings in the past two years, read about other’s experiences here:
MORE ABOUT TRANSYLVANIA
There’s more to Transylvania than castles and vampire legends. Romania’s central region draws nature lovers with its spectacular alpine peaks and the largest brown bear population in Europe, while adrenaline junkies can swap the cobblestone alleys and fairy-tale towers for snowmobiling on frozen lakes and cycling the hairpin mountain roads.
You’ll find hardwood forests, lush pastures and wildflower meadows. Travelling around Transylvania, described as ‘the last truly medieval landscape in Europe’, feels like you’ve gone back 100 years. Horse-drawn carts rumble along dirt roads, while shepherds tend their flocks and villagers make hay in the sunshine.
- We reserve the right to change the venue if the owner of this venue changes their plans. In that case we would book a similar venue.