If you've always wanted to become a yoga teacher but the stars haven't aligned to make it possible, this might be the opportunity you've been waiting for.
Yoga Works, the yoga studio chain with 23 studios in California and New York, and Zobha, the yoga clothing company, are offering a need-based yoga teacher training scholarship in January 2010. This pilot program will be for the Yoga Works 200-hour teacher training at the new Walnut Creek, California location (that's near San Francisco, for those of you who aren't familiar). "
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will be available to individuals who are excellent candidates for the program,
but may not have the means to make it a reality," said a recent press release. When I learn more about the application process, I'll be sure to let you know.
UPDATE: For more information about the application process visit, http://www.zobha.com/t-ZobhaFoundation.aspx
Other teacher training scholarships (Click the links for more info.):
YogaBasics.com awards a teacher training scholarship for $600 twice a year.
Scholarships are available for Yoga Journal conferences.
Have any of you have benefited from a teacher training scholarship program? What about a work study? Also, let us know of any other yoga scholarship programs out there!