Take the next step in your yoga and in your life
Our yoga teacher training programs are designed to be affordable and flexible. We offer residential or non-residential, intensive or part-time courses, at the 200 and 500-hour levels, as well as the 10865NAT Certificate IV in Yoga Teaching.
Level 1 Yoga Teacher Training Courses
All our Level 1 courses, both in Australia and overseas, are registered with the Yoga Alliance 200-hour Accreditation.
A flexible option for busy people. Part A is a fully residential, immersion course. Eat, sleep and deepen your passion for yoga, for 12 days straight! Part B is completed by correspondence, at your own pace…read more
This course integrates Part A and Part B of the above Level 1 Intensive course, within a do-able, 20 day time frame. Immerse yourself in yoga in beautiful Byron Bay for three, transformational weeks…read more
This residential Level 1 course caters specifically for Japanese students with all content taught in both English and Japanese. Held at our Byron Bay Training Centre this course is designed for Japanese yoga students wishing to be teachers and also for those who want to just deepen their own knowledge of all aspects of yoga. There is however a strong focus on teaching skills and opportunities to practice teaching in class situations…read more
Level 2 Yoga Teacher Training Courses
Top up your yoga teaching qualifications by completing this next level. Completion of both Level 1 and Level 2, will provide you with the 500 hours recognized by Yoga Alliance and eligibility for recognition by the Yoga Australia…read more
Byron Yoga Centre’s 500 hour residential course encompasses both the 200 hour Level 1 and the 300 hour Level 2 courses. The 40 day course is fully accredited with Yoga Alliance, so you achieve the higher status of a RYT 500 certification with one course. You will start your yoga teaching career with many advantages, not only an elevated certification but also in your skills, knowledge and confidence. Read more
Part Time Yoga Teacher Training Courses