SOYA Yoga 25 Years

YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

SOYA Yoga is a Registered Yoga Teacher Training School with the Yoga Alliance as RYS200® and RYS300® Advanced Upgrade leading to RYT500®. Starlit Yoga is proud to host teacher training at the 200 and 500 hour level at our studio. As well our Founder, Natasha Scott is a lead trainer at two intensives each year, one of which is in Mexico.

If you are truly inspired by yoga and the transformation it offers, we invite you to SOYA’s life-changing program. SOYA teachers have trained successful yoga teachers at international levels for 25 years. 

You can learn more about SOYA Yoga and their unique training by visiting their website.

Upcoming Training led by Lead Trainer Natasha Scott

Natasha Scott graduated from the SOYA 500 Hour training in 2009 with a specialty in prenatal yoga.  She teaches a wide range of Hatha Yoga with a strong background in the Sivananda lineage (from her Teacher Mugs). From her super gentle yoga classes to strength in flow yoga, Natasha has a class to suit everyone.

She is a Yoga Alliance registered E-RYT500, prenatal yoga teacher (RYPT) and Children’s Yoga Teacher (RYCT). She is a Certified Thai Massage Practitioner (Metta in Motion with Mia Blackwell), and a Reiki practitioner. She brings all of these yoga tools to her classes to create a full yogic experience.

Never one to stop learning her enthusiasm to serve others led her to specialize in Yoga for Chronic Pain, certified by Neil Pearson.

Natasha is a Lead Trainer for the SOYA 200 hour YTT Immersions in Salmon Arm, BC and Melaque, Mexico, and the SOYA 300 hour Advanced Upgrade in Penticton.

What you can expect

Training with SOYA Yoga is more than a focus on the asana, or physical practice. It is a comprehensive training that dives into the philosophy of yoga.

You can expect to learn:
Studies in the Bhagavad Gita
Studies in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
Understanding Chakras
Meditation
Kriyas and their practice
Basic Pranayama
Asanas with Benefits, Cautions & Modifications
Anatomy of Movement
Professionalism
Sanskrit Pronunciation
Creating Six Lesson Plans with Sequencing
Teaching Practicum – daily practice in developing teaching skills culminating in teaching a personally designed one-hour class
Ongoing support after graduation as you advance your skills as a teacher

 If you are ready to take your personal practice to the next level, or if you wish to become a teacher you can learn more about the training and register on the SOYA Yoga Website.