The Uprising

200 hr Yoga Teacher Training Application

Autumn Formation: October 4-November 24 2019
Spring Formation: January 23-March 15, 2020
Thursdays 5pm-9pm + Sundays 12:30pm-6pm

709 Claremont Ave., Ashland, OH

Contact us at (833-233-RISE) or


Before you Begin…

Thank you for your interest in pursuing your Teacher Training at Studio Rise in Ashland! We are committed to giving you a quality teacher training experience. We look forward to walking through this journey with you! Here is what we will expect of you…

Commitment: All weekends require 100% commitment from you. If for some reason you have an approved absence, time must be made up using an appropriate replacement determined by Studio Rise lead teacher.

Who can participate: Required before application is, at the minimum, 1 year of studio practice at any studio. This training gives you the tools to dive deeper into your practice and learn how to lead yoga classes as a certified 200 RYT Yoga teacher.

What you can expect: During our weeks together you can expect to experience yoga asana practice, meditation, journaling, discussion and self discovery. There will also be reading and online homework to be completed during the week. The weeks off will be spent practice teaching, expanding your personal practice and giving back to the community.

Our application process is the first step in assuring this is the training for you as well as you being a good fit for us. It will help you begin to think and feel and respond in the way you will during your training and will help us know a little bit about you and the context of who you are. Complete both steps to hold your place and be considered for The Uprising

1. Completion of the application and additional questions

2. Submission of the $250 deposit to hold your spot (non-refundable)

Name *
Do you have health concerns or injuries?
Why do you want to complete a Yoga Teacher Training? (include a description of your practice--at least a 1 year studio practice is required before beginning training)
Why are you drawn to The Uprising teacher training?
My gift is/gifts are:
I am passionate about...
Yoga is...
"By cultivating attitudes of friendliness toward the happy, compassion for the unhappy, delight in the virtuous and disregard toward the wicked, the mind-stuff retains its undisturbed calmness." -Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, I.33 Write about what this means to you and how you live or try to live by this sutra in your daily life.
Tell a story about a time that was a turning point in your life. A time that you've been brought to your knees and how you got back up. By being vulnerable about fears, disappointment, and pain, we are able to turn fear into faith--in oneself and life itself--and inspire others to do the same.
Do you have a "day job?" If so, please describe.
Please tell us anything else you'd like to share with us about yourself!
What is your shirt size?
By checking below, I agree to and am bound to the above terms and requirements. *

Disclaimer, Cancellation & Refund Policy and Graduation Requirements

I certify that my answers are true and complete to the best of my knowledge.

I understand that: tuition must be paid in full two weeks prior to the start of training; refunds will be made up to two weeks prior to the start of training, minus processing fee of $250; if it is necessary to withdraw from training, the student will be able to take the remaining portion at a future teacher training; there are no refunds for books or supplies received by the student.

I understand that: to graduate, a student must complete all requirements, including class participation, hands-on practice, written and oral assignments, and community service; 100% attendance is required, but if it is necessary to miss a class, extra credit opportunities are available; it is the student's responsibility to avail him/herself of these opportunities; students are expected to arrive on time and stay until the conclusion of class; cancellation of classes due to weather may occur, in which case additional hours will be added toward the end of the program; to graduate, all financial commitments must be met.