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Is It Better to Take PCC's 200-hour or 300-hour Yoga Teacher Certification?

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on January 05, 2023

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Teaching yoga is a gratifying way of helping people achieve wellness and helping themselves maintain a better lifestyle. As a yoga teacher, you are well-placed to answer your students' queries and guide them on lifestyle practices. Ayurvedic yoga routines, like curating a diet of fresh food with herbs and spices to promote wellness, help students live well and happily. 

Let's explore PCC's yoga teacher certifications available. 

Benefits of Taking a Yoga Teacher Certification Course

Completing a yoga teacher certification course lets you teach yoga courses full-time or as a side gig. Each course provides different lessons and specializations. 

Taking the 300-hour yoga teacher certification enables you to amass knowledge to help you continue to instruct and enhance your student's capabilities. The course allows you to achieve the well-respected RYT-500 designation. You can also expect to understand your body and the balance between your spirit, mind, and consciousness. 

A total of a 500-hour yoga teacher certification course qualifies you to teach other yoga teachers. As a 200-hour RYT, you can teach specific yoga skills and attempt novel approaches in your yoga classes. Completing the 200-hour and additional 300-hour yoga teacher training program enables you to expand your current yoga lessons, establish your school, or train committed students to become yoga teachers. 

Completing a yoga teacher certification course paves the way for building your social network. As a 500-hour RYT, you will likely attract advanced practitioners to your enterprise because they view you as a legitimate yoga instructor. As more students join your yoga classes, you can also expect to expand your business. 

PCC's Yoga Teacher Certification Courses 

At PCC, we offer both a 200-hour Ayurvedic yoga certification and 300-hour certification courses. 

What's Involved in the 200-Hour Ayurvedic Yoga Course 

The 200-hour yoga teacher certification program espouses practical and theoretical concepts and transformative practices that allow personal and professional development. You can expect to experience a move towards wellness and other remarkable changes. 

PCC's 200-hour yoga teacher certification course has four modules, each of which takes 50 hours to complete. You can select the modules you want to take based on your interests or take them in any order. Completing every module earns you 38 of NAMA's PACE credits. 

Taking the 200-hour Ayurvedic yoga certification program enables you to become a 200-hour RYT recognized by the prestigious Yoga Alliance. Each module covered in the program spans one annual season. 

What the 300-Hour Course Teaches 

PCC's 300-hour yoga teacher certification lets you advance your knowledge and qualifications after completing the 200-hour yoga teacher training course. PCC considered the needs of busy yogis and distance learners when developing the hybrid program. The course consists of four modules, each of which takes 75 hours to complete. 

The 300-hour yoga teacher training program prepares you to teach other yoga teachers. Each of the four modules falls under a particular annual season. 

Benefits of the 500-hour Yoga Teacher Certification 

Taking both the 200-hour and 300-hour yoga teacher certification courses qualifies you with the RYT-500 certification for 500 training hours. Receiving this certification opens a new array of benefits for you, including:  

1. Achieving a Higher Degree of Legitimacy

The 500-hour yoga teacher certification gives you more credentials for teaching yoga or running a program. Becoming a 500-hour RYT gives you a higher degree of legitimacy as a yoga teacher, enabling you to expand your yoga enterprise and lure advanced practitioners. You also gain the respect and recognition of the Yoga Alliance and the wider yoga fraternity. 

2. Attaining Personal Fulfillment

Most yoga teachers pursue the 300-hour certification to comprehend the deeper aspects of the prolific discipline and become a 500-hour RYT. Delving deeper into yoga history and ethics allows you to find the link between yoga's theoretical and practical aspects. You also achieve personal fulfillment by appreciating this connection, which will help inform the reasons and understanding behind what you teach.  

3. Gathering Like-Minded Practitioners

Becoming a 500-hour RYT opens you to a world of advanced yoga practitioners with a deep passion for yoga. You'll develop social networks with like-minded practitioners and build your knowledge and understanding of the discipline. Having a network to draw from will connect you to an experienced group of people who can offer help or advice as you advance your practice. 

4. Improving Your Overall Wellness, Strength, and Endurance

The 500-hour yoga teacher certification gives you ample knowledge of yoga poses that alleviate pain and boost your strength. It positions you well to help people perfect sophisticated poses with minimal injury risk. You can also expect to stretch your limits as you observe the practices of other 500-hour RYT in your surroundings.  

5. Experiencing the Gratifying Nature of Yoga

As a 500-hour RYT, you'll find caring for other people and helping them feel relaxed and comfortable quite rewarding. 500-hour RYTs achieve gratification by seeing their students gain fulfillment from their progress. They are also well-placed to discern their students' favorite yoga techniques and focus on them.  

6. Opening Up Career Opportunities

Completing the 500-hour yoga teacher certification lets you choose from numerous career paths. As a 500-hour RYT, you can choose to be a full-time yoga teacher at your yoga studio, where you handle your management, bookkeeping, and marketing. Alternatively, you can become a part-time yoga teacher and interact with other advanced yoga professionals during your spare time.  

Enroll for a Yoga Teacher Certification Course Today! 

PCC is your best choice if you want to build your credentials as a yoga instructor. Our tailored yoga teacher certification courses fit your busy schedule and give you in-depth knowledge of Ayurveda and yoga. 

Contact us today for inquiries on our yoga teacher certification courses. 

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Topics: Integrative Healthcare, institute for health professionals, Yoga

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