Alchemy of Yoga is whole-heartedly devoted to the art of self-study. When a yogi feels called to step into the deeper world of self-study, we never wish for finances to impede this path.
A 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training requires a significant investment on several levels — not only the financial consideration, but also the commitment of time + resources.
The investment is in yourself and it yields transformation on the physical, energetic, mental, emotional, and spiritual planes.
Alchemy of Yoga is unique from other teacher training programs in that it goes way beyond mastering yoga poses. While you will learn a great deal about asana, it is truly a journey in self-discovery. The role of Silvia Mordini and the rest of the Alchemy team is to provide the inspiration into this self-inquiry and hold space for your growth in a way that is true to your authenticity.
Alchemy of Yoga’s Heart Medicine Scholarship
WHO CAN APPLY?
Students who commit to teaching yoga to underserved communities and people of all backgrounds, colors, religions, and orientations after they complete the Alchemy of Yoga Teacher Training.
HOW TO APPLY?
Email Silvia (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ferrah (Ferrahchino@gmail.com) a detailed one-page letter about why yoga is important to you, why you want to become a yoga instructor, a detailed plan on how you plan to teach an underserved population (300-500 words max). Please include which training you’re planning to/ have applied for (location and year). Key words to think about when writing your letter: fire, spirited, soulful, movement, inspiration, brave, teaching peace, artistic, experimental, pioneering, abundant, worldly, humanitarian, whole-hearted and passion.
You are also required to create daily posts (blog, photos, or commentary) on your preferred social media platforms leading up to training and throughout. One month prior to training, scholarship recipient should create daily posts about Alchemy of Yoga’s program and instructors. As we progress through training, awardee will be asked to document their training experience with written commentary and photos of activities. Each post should include Alchemy of Yoga tags (@alchemyofyoga @inspiredyogagal @emilyperryyoga #teachpeach #alchemyofyogaryt200 #alchemyofyoga).
After the completion of training, please send Ferrah (FerrahChino@gmail.com) an detailed explanation of your classes teaching underserved populations.
Scholarships vary from $500 – $1,000.