200 Hour Weekend – Penticton, BC
Early bird discount savings of $300 when you register by July 1st.
Starlit Yoga, located at 102 – 100 Nanaimo Ave E, Penticton, BC
Aug 21, 2021 – Jan 29, 2022
Lead Trainer: Natasha Scott
SOYA’s curriculum will help you excel at your yoga teacher career and your yoga lifestyle. Come and enjoy SOYA’s 200hr Extended Penticton, BC. The extended program is an excellent choice for those who cannot get away for an immersion. The extended yoga teacher training gives the student time to absorb the teachings and put their studies into practice before their next session.
Meeting over 8 weekends, Saturday and Sunday from 7:00am to 6:00pm. Starts Saturday 7:00am, Aug 21st.
Weekends Aug 21/22, 28/29; Sept 11/12; Oct 30/31; Nov 13/14; Dec 11/12; Jan 15/16, 29/30.
Tuition for Yoga Teacher Training
Program Tuition Fees: $3,200.00 + gst
Early bird discount of $300 available to July 1st.
- Pay in full or by installments. If you wish to pay installments, pay only the deposit today.
- A non-refundable tuition deposit of $650.00 is required upon registration.
- Fees include your manual, books, and supplies.
Meet Your Instructor
Natasha Scott graduated from the SOYA 500 Hour training in 2009 with a specialty in prenatal yoga. She teaches a wide range of Hatha Yoga with a strong background in the Sivananda lineage (from her Teacher Mugs). From her super gentle yoga classes to strength in flow yoga, Natasha has a class to suit everyone.
She is a Yoga Alliance registered E-RYT500, prenatal yoga teacher (RYPT) and Childrens Yoga Teacher (RYCT). She is a Certified Thai Massage Practitioner (Metta in Motion with Mia Blackwell), and a Reiki practitioner. She brings all of these yoga tools to her classes to create a full yogic experience.
Never one to stop learning her enthusiasm to serve others led her to specialize in Yoga for Chronic Pain, certified by Neil Pearson.
Natasha is a Lead Trainer for the SOYA 200 hour YTT Immersions in Penticton, BC and Melaque, Mexico, and the SOYA 300 hour Professional Upgrade in Penticton.