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What Comes Next?

Last Updated: July 16, 2020

Yoga Alliance will commit to a process of continuous improvement and community collaboration in service to the membership and yoga community for years to come.

We will evaluate the needs for new future credentials such as one for more experienced senior teachers or for additional specialty areas, something 83% of SRP survey respondents expressed as wanting (see the side bar graph). We will also evaluate the role of mentorship in supporting quality, safe, accessible, and equitable teaching of yoga. 75% of survey respondents reported that mentorship was “equally if not more valuable” than the number of training hours.

RYS 300 and RYS 500 Initial Outcomes
RYS 300 & RYS 500 Timeline. View full size.


Coming soon, we will announce new enhancements to the standards underlying the RYS 300 and RYS 500 credentials. Until these developments go into effect, these professional credentials will still allow for Educational Categories, contact hours, and non-contact hours as defined prior to the changes implemented to the RYS 200 credential in June 2019.

 

Questions about our new standards? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.



Professional interest in updating standards. Standards Review Project Survey, 2018



For answers to common questions about our new standards, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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