Monday, June 27, 2011 Shares Advice on Becoming a Yoga Teacher

With more than 16 million Americans participating in some type of yoga, there are numerous career opportunities for certified yoga instructors.

How does one get certified? There is a large selection of yoga organizations worldwide that provided yoga teaching training courses and certifications. With the popularity and evolution of yoga, there are a plethora of different courses, programs and schools. Certain yoga certifications may require anywhere in excess of 500 hours of instruction. Yoga instructors can earn anywhere from $25-$125 per hour for teaching yoga classes. Yoga classes are offered almost anywhere from health clubs to senior living communities.

Below is a list of organizations and schools providing a variety of certifications. recommends that you speak with potential employers and current yoga instructors to get professional opinions prior to getting started on your path to becoming a yoga instructor.

A Sampling of Organizations Who Provide Yoga Teacher Training:,,,,,,, is a niche job board connecting job seekers and employers. is part of and The Career Collection. For information on posting jobs or how to use to find new job opportunities call 800-259-4397.

Thursday, June 16, 2011 Joins and The Career Collection and The Career Collection are expanding their niche job board collection to include yoga job opportunities for both full-time and part-time positions. It is estimated over 16 million Americans participate in yoga. will answer the hiring needs of yoga studios, health clubs, park and recreation departments, resorts and senior living facilities with their online job board. provides a real-time link between job seekers and employers. Job seekers can post resumes, search jobs and set up job alerts free of charge. Employers can post jobs and search resumes for a fee, which can be done directly on line 24/7. As with other job boards offered by the Career Collection, jobs posted by employers are seen on all integrated job sites:,,,, and offers personalized advice to all employers to ensure that their recruiting dollars are maximized.


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