To apply please fill out the following application submission form or download and complete the application, and email, mail, fax or bring it into Yoga on High. Once Yoga on High has received your application we will contact you with further information. Thank you. Name * Email * Address * Phone (Day) * Phone (Evening) * Date of Birth Emergency Contact Name & Phone Which Yoga on High 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training Program are you interested in attending? Evening 9-Month Program 2015; Weekend 9-Month Program March 2015; September 2014 Program; Personal Enrichment; Undecided; Other - please specify: What type of yoga are you interested in learning to teach? Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Undecided , Other - please specify: What is your anticipated start date? Describe your experience with yoga. How long have your practiced, with whom have you studied and for how long, and what style do you usually practice? Describe your current yoga practice. Is it daily? Do you attend classes regularly? Do you have a home practice? Of what does your practice consist? Describe any injuries, disabilities or illnesses of which we should be aware. How are you addressing these? (Illness, disability or injury will not prevent your acceptance into this program.) Briefly describe any body/mind, energetic, or spiritual practices with which you are or have been involved (including but not limited to meditation, Buddhism, Rosen method, dance, theater, Feldenkrais, massage, polarity therapy, Reiki). Do you practice pranayama and/or meditation? Are you currently teaching yoga or another discipline (Pilates, martial art, meditation, etc.)? For how many years? How did you learn about the Yoga on High teacher training program? Why are you interested in this program? Are you considering others? Although you will get everything you need to be a successful teacher in the 200 hour program there is always more to learn. Are you interested in the 100 hour Vinyasa or Ashtanga Certifications? If so, Ashtanga or Vinyasa? Are you interested in teaching yoga or are you considering this training for your own self-exploration?