Yoga Teacher
from a
registered school

If you hold a certificate from one of our registered schools, download this form.

Registration fee is £25 per annum. Check that your school is registered.

Teacher with independent training / non-registered school

If you are a teacher with independent training and experience and/or a certificate from a non-registered school, download this form. Registration is £45 in the first year and £25 per annum thereafter.

Yoga elder

If you have 5000 hours or more of successful teaching experience, download this form. Registration is £25 per annum.

Student teacher

If you are a student of a registered school, download this form. Registration fee is £10 per annum and is available for up to four years.

Yoga School form

If you wish to register a teacher training school or programme, download this form. The registration fee is £200  per annum.

Post-diploma course

If you wish to register a post-diploma course suitable for teachers and offering training in some speciality or distinct approach, download this form. This registration is available to Yoga Elders and already registered TT schools.

Insurance

The teacher application forms also give you the option of applying for our comprehensive Yoga Teacher's Insurance, brokered by BGi.uk insurance brokers.

This offers £5 million of cover worldwide except the USA and Canada. Your main residence needs to be in the UK or Eire.

There are no extra charges for activities such as Pregnancy Yoga, Children's Yoga etc. and a wide range of CAM therapies are also covered. BGi give a £10 discount for IYN teachers. You are however free to shop around for your insurance cover: we only require that you are covered adequately if actively teaching. Insurance cover and membership don't need to be in synch which is helpful if you are transferring from another organisation.


Payments

Payment can be made by various methods including through PayPal from this site. In some cases it is convenient for the applicant to send the application to us attached to an email. You may need the form in a different format to do this, please ask: