Are You Looking for an Online
200HR Yoga Teacher Training Program to...
- Strengthen your body and mind, and help others?
- Experience more calmness, balance, and self-healing?
- Deepen your understanding of yoga science and philosophy?
- Help people heal from within and get back in tune with their bodies, thoughts, and emotions?
- Become a skilled yoga teacher, feeling proficient and confident in teaching yoga in your community?
HYI gives you what you won't get elsewhere.
Our 200HR YTT Lead Teachers are Kilty Inafuku E-RYT® 500 YACEP® and Sona Desai Buchanan E-RYT500® , RCYT®, YACEP®. They're assisted by our team of talented and amazing instructors.
We welcome all students regardless of physical ability.
Our Hawaii Yoga Teacher Trainings can be taken by anyone ready to begin a teaching career or by those who desire to deepen their understanding and practice of yoga to become a diverse and transforming yoga teacher. The Hawaii Yoga Institute is dedicated to encouraging individual strengths with an inquiry based yoga curriculum.
Discover Our Multi-Style Yoga Education
October 16 - December 19, 2021 Weekends & Evenings Online - CLICK HERE to learn more
Many of our students attend our programs with the help of various scholarships. Hawaii Yoga Institute's 200HR Yoga Teacher Training is approved to accept MyCAA & GI Bill® benefits and scholarships. Please review our curriculum to see if our programs are right for you, then contact us about our eligible programs. Contact us at (808) 262-9642 to learn about how you can use these benefits at Hawaii Yoga Institute. We'd love to have you join us!
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Hawaii Yoga Institute - Mission Statement
Hawaii Yoga Institute (HYI) provides nationally recognized yoga teacher training programs and continuing education courses that empower students and faculty to develop their unique yoga teaching style through service based yoga. HYI specifically reaches out to include students and faculty members who represent a strong diversity of race, class, gender, size, physical ability and spiritual traditions to inspire and empower them to model and teach skills for improving physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health for all people within their community.