What Students are Saying
Take some time to read through our Reviews. These graduates voluntarily provided feedback about their experience
and wanted to share it with others who are considering the program.
Please feel free to contact any students who have provided details. They would be happy to connect!
Lindsay Brown (Costa Rica 2016)
If you are considering the program with Yogacara, just DO IT! It was incredibly inspirational and educational…I have returned home to my family with a refreshed sense of well-being!!
Rebecca Mills (New Zealand 2017)
Yes there are lots of companies out there but these guys have great reviews for a reason, because they do such a fantastic job of helping you learn while you have fun & you’ll make friends for life too.
Joanna Smolarczyk (Scotland 2016)
Even if you’re not planning on becoming a yoga teacher, but simply want to know the foundations to deepen your personal yoga practice, Yogacara YTT is the place to go. I have never felt so different and yet so myself as I did at the end of this incredible journey with nine amazing humans that I now proudly call my family.
Kristin Ollinger (Costa Rica 2015)
What attracted me to Yogacara was the small class size and the duration of the program. The small class size allowed for the teachers to get to know each student and it allowed the students to bond with one another and create a very comfortable setting in which to learn and share.
Brittany Zart (Ireland 2015)
The program was so much more than just learning how to teach yoga, although it certainly taught me that too, and well. It was also such a powerful exploration of yoga philosophy and a great opportunity to study yoga passionately with like-minded people from around the world. I learned such invaluable lessons and made life-long friends.
Sharon Neish (New Zealand 2016)
If you’re ready to delve deeper into your true self, then you are ready to embark on a teacher training experience. Now that I’m a yoga teacher, I can offer support and guidance to those caught up in the illusion of what is – and what is not important.