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hOMe PYM is offering a 200 hr Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Teacher Immersive Yoga Teacher Training August 2-25, 2019.

Important note about pricing: Keep in mind that an immersion like this is more economical than it seems because you’re here for nearly a month, and won’t have the same "extra" expenses you normally would at home, particularly if you choose our residential option. In a three week time (the approximate length of our YTT), the average spent on shopping, coffee, restaurants and other expenses can average close to $1000, so you’ll be saving that money while you’re here. PLUS, you are immersing yourself and fully committing to the training while you’re here at hOMe PYM, so your results and achievements will reflect that.


We offer both Commuter and Residential options for our Immersive YTT. Both options will provide the immersive spirit of the program. The residential option can provide an added component of a group dynamic of living and learning together. Tuition price includes all classes.  Residential Fees vary based on choice of shared or private accommodations and range from $40-100/night. 

>>>EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT FOR YTT: SAVE $160 when you register before June 1st, 2019<<<


INVESTMENT FOR TUITION (not including lodging)

Tuition Early Registration Pay in Full Discount by June 1st, 2019: $2490

Pay after June 1st 2019: $2650

Payment Plan: $500 non-refundable deposit and then payment plans as low as $144/month available.

Please contact our office to arrange 6, 12, or 18 month payment plan.

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Students coming from out of town wishing to stay on campus may stay in a shared room with one to two other participants or a private single room in the main house on campus, yurt and retreat center loft.

Accommodation rates range from $40 to $100 per evening and include full use of the main house and retreat center kitchens, lending library, yoga studio (when not in use), and all open living, dining room, patio and outdoor spaces. 

Students are responsible for making all their own meals. Upon arrival, some students may choose to meal share and alternate cooking with other students staying in campus. Twice weekly trips to the grocery store are available for those without a vehicle. Skyline Orchard is less than a quarter mile walk up the street and offers a variety of organic and non-organic produce.

Commuter Students: Students are not required to stay on campus. Commuters must bring their own meals with them each day. During breaks, commuter students may use/stay in the retreat center or outside spaces. Commuter students are welcome to use the kitchen in the retreat center and both bathrooms which contain showers for their personal needs.