Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to the FAQ page of Asan Yoga School. Here, we address some common questions about our yoga programs, classes, and policies. If you have any further inquiries, please feel free to contact us directly.

At Asan Yoga School, we offer a variety of yoga classes, including Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and more. We also provide specialized classes such as Kids Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Aerial Yoga, and Therapy Yoga.

Our classes are open to individuals of all ages, fitness levels, and yoga experience. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced yogi, you’re welcome to join our classes and explore the transformative power of yoga.

While we provide yoga mats for use during classes, you’re welcome to bring your own mat if you prefer. We recommend wearing comfortable clothing that allows for ease of movement during practice.

Yes, our yoga teacher training program is suitable for both beginners and experienced practitioners. Our comprehensive curriculum covers the fundamentals of yoga, anatomy, teaching methodology, and more, ensuring that all students receive the necessary knowledge and skills to become certified yoga instructors.

Yoga offers numerous benefits for physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Some of the benefits include improved flexibility, strength, stress reduction, better posture, increased focus, relaxation, and enhanced overall health and vitality.

To register for a yoga class or workshop, you can connect with us through the contact us page.

If you need to cancel your registration for a class or workshop, please notify us at least 24 hours in advance to avoid any cancellation fees. Refunds may be issued in accordance with our cancellation policy, which may vary depending on the specific class or workshop.

Yes, we offer private yoga sessions for individuals or small groups who prefer personalized instruction. Private sessions can be tailored to your specific needs and goals, providing a more focused and customized yoga experience.

Yes, we provide corporate yoga programs designed to promote employee wellness and productivity. Our experienced instructors can lead on-site or virtual yoga sessions for corporate clients, offering stress relief, relaxation, and mindfulness practices to support a healthy work environment.

If you have any additional questions or require further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email at Our friendly staff are here to help and would be happy to assist you with any inquiries you may have.

It’s not necessary. However, we strongly advise you to attend our foundation yoga course before joining this program. This will help you and your body become familiar and accustomed to yogasanas and various postures.

Absolutely! Our yoga program is designed to allow you to explore every aspect of yoga and its rich history. You can join the program, complete it, and then decide about your career later. We’ve seen many individuals initially join with the simple goal of enriching their own practice, only to discover a passion for teaching and sharing their experiences with others.

Typically, our class size ranges from 25 to 35 students.

Actually, there’s no age barrier for learning yoga. However, to ensure the smooth progression of the program, we’ve limited enrollment to individuals between the ages of 25 and 55.

We recommend that you first consult with your doctor and sign a waiver indicating your ability to participate in the class. With approval and clearance from your healthcare provider, minor physical ailments can also serve as valuable learning opportunities for understanding how to accommodate students with similar limitations.

We had many pregnant students in our programs. It all depends on how you are feeling. However, we strongly advise all students to first check with their healthcare provider to ensure they are cleared to participate in this training.

To successfully graduate from the 200-hour program, you must first pay the full fee and fulfill the following requirements:


  1. Attend all in-class teacher training sessions.
  2. Successfully complete homework, tests, in-class assessments, and final exams. Don’t worry; you will be well-prepared!
  3. Participate in a final in-class practice teaching practicum.
  4. Fulfill the class attendance requirement. You may choose weekend formats if preferred.

Absolutely! You just need to join our bridge program. Our 75-hour Bridge Program is designed to provide non-Asanyoga 200-Hour teacher trainees with the foundational principles and standards upon which our 300-Hour course is built.

You should plan to dedicate between 3 to 4 hours per day to homework over the course of seven days. The homework assignments are designed to reinforce the material covered in class and help you integrate what you’ve learned into your personal practice and teaching. If you do not intend to become a yoga teacher after completing the course, you may choose not to complete all the homework assignments and take the course for non-credit. However, if you wish to receive your Diploma and Letter of Completion, you must attend all sessions and complete all homework assignments.

Yoga Alliance is an organization established in 1999 to establish widely recognized standards for yoga teachers and teacher trainings in the United States. Many yoga studios nationwide now require their instructors to be registered with Yoga Alliance, either at the 200-Hour or 500-Hour level. However, it’s important to note that Yoga Alliance registration is not a legal requirement for teaching yoga. Currently, there are no legal certification requirements to become a yoga teacher. Asan Yoga’s teacher training programs are accredited by Yoga Alliance at both the 200-Hour and 500-Hour levels in the United States. Our trainings have earned a 5-star rating from Yoga Alliance based on feedback from past participants.

Yes! The Asan Yoga Teacher Training is universally recognized and esteemed, which is why we have numerous graduates. Our students come from all over the world to undergo our training and bring their knowledge back to their home countries and communities. However, it is advisable to cross-check if there are any specific requirements in your country.

Yes! Upon successfully meeting all program requirements, including contact hours, homework, and exams, you will receive a Letter of Completion and Diploma verifying your training at the 200-Hour Level. You can also register with the Yoga Alliance at the RYT-200 level. Graduates of the 200-Hour program typically begin teaching in small studios, gyms, or with private clients. Many choose to advance their training by enrolling in our 300-Hour Professional Program to further enhance their skills, knowledge, and teaching style. This comprehensive program includes additional coursework and a six-month apprenticeship with a senior teacher, providing valuable in-class experience and individualized attention.

We encourage graduates of the Asan Yoga 500-Hour program to demonstrate their expertise by becoming certified in the Asan Yoga Method. This assessment includes both practical and written exams, evaluated by a panel of senior teachers. Achieving this certification demonstrates your understanding and embodiment of Asan Yoga’s standards. Certified teachers can designate their class style as Asan Yoga on studio schedules. Additionally, 200-hour Training Lead Assistants and Teacher Trainers must also hold Asan Yoga certification.

Currently, we offer both 200 and 300-level courses. The 200-hour course serves as the foundation for teaching, while the 300-hour course consists of advanced instruction modules. You do not need to complete our 200-level course to enroll in the 300-level course. Upon completing the 200 and 300-level programs, you may apply for Yoga Alliance’s 500-level certification.

Completion times vary. Some participants undertake the courses concurrently, while others opt for staggered schedules. The 200-hour training spans 21 days and is conducted as a private program. Our 300-hour course consists of either three consecutive 100-hour sessions or separate 10-day private trainings. The 300-hour program must be completed within three years of the initial training.

We look forward to welcoming you to our community and supporting you on your yoga journey.