Dharma Path Teacher Trainings

Where Truth and Tradition Meet Modern Theory

Samyama is a Yoga Alliance registered teacher training provider. Our two and three-hundred hour trainings open the door to your becoming the teacher you were meant to be. Samyama’s Dharma Path trainings fuse a deep love for the sacred beginnings of yoga with modern ideas and outlook. Taught by some of the most innovative, passionate and compassionate teachers in the Bay Area, students are immersed in the methodology, philosophy and traditional foundations that support the 21st century Western yoga journey.

Our next 200-hour Dharma Path Teacher Training will begin on Sunday, October 7 and close on December 16, 2018. Lead by Program Director John Berg with support from Louis Jackson, Hillary Easom, Devin Begley and Mimm Patterson, our 10-week Dharma Path program promises to nurture your teaching skills, deepen your personal practice and open your heart and mind. 

Successful applicants will be able to attend regularly scheduled classes at Samyama free of charge for the duration of the program.  As Dharma Path trainees you will also receive a 20% discount on yoga mats, yoga bags, yoga props and all clothes not already discounted. 

Application Process 

1. Applications to our Dharma Path 200-hour Teacher Training beginning October 7, 2018 will be available on April 1st. Applications will be available here. Please take your time to complete your application and answer each question.

2. Once we receive your application you will be contacted via email and invited to interview with either Director John Berg or the program administrator, Mimm Patterson. This interview is an opportunity for us to get to know one another better and, if you are not already a guest at Samyama, an opportunity to tour our studio.

3. Dharma Path 200-Hour Teacher Training tuition is $3400. Early Bird Tuition of $3200 is available until September 15.  Students can also opt for our payment plan. If you choose the payment plan you will pay a total of $3600 in two installments of $1800 on or before October 8 and November 18, 2018.