200 Hour Teacher Training Application
If Dawn is one of your current teachers, you may either request a letter of recommendation from another yoga teacher that you study with OR from a character reference (such as a co-worker, family member, friend, etc).
After your application and recommendation form have been received, Dawn will review your application and contact you with any questions.
Upon acceptance into the program, you will receive instructions on how to pay your deposit and set up your payment schedule.
A work-study position asks you to commit to additional hours of work in exchange for a discount on the tuition.
Our intention is to make this program available to to all students, regardless of their financial circumstance. If you are on a limited income, a current student, temporarily unemployed, or have other financial limitations, you may apply for a work-study position. This is a semi-private training with a limited number of spaces available.
This needs-based work-study scholarship will give priority to underrepresented communities. Please complete all application materials early to be considered for a work-study position. We will work with each student on an individual basis to find an arrangement that works for you.
Here are some examples of the tasks that you may be responsible for as part of the work-study scholarship:
Arrive 1-hour before class begins to turn on the heat and prepare the room
Stay after class to tidy the room and sweep, lock the doors upon leaving
Collect all lost and found items and help return them to their owners (or drop them at Luma Yoga)
Check stock of TP, paper towels, and tidy the kitchen at the end of the weekend
Help Dawn by picking up printed hand-outs and bringing to class
Shop for supplies (tea, chocolate, flowers) before each weekend
Administrative tasks that may support Dawn and the other students in the training
Other misc. tasks that may be needed
How to Apply: Please complete the Work-Study Application in addition to the other application materials on or before July 1, 2019.
Do you have questions?
Contact Dawn and/or schedule a time to talk on the phone.