About the Integral Yoga® Teachers Association

Serving Integral Yoga® Teachers since 1993

The Integral Yoga Teachers Association (IYTA) is a membership organization founded in 1993. It serves all Integral Yoga teachers. The mission of the Integral Yoga Teachers Association is to support Integral Yoga teachers, Centers, and Institutes around the world in furthering the dissemination of the Integral Yoga teachings of Sri Swami Satchidananda.

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Integral Yoga Directory

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Upcoming Trainings Worldwide

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IYTA Member Benefits

  • 15% off OfferingTree Yoga Professional Web and Marketing services.
  • 45% discount at Integral Yoga Distribution purchases: books, tapes and more! To order from home, you will need to contact them at [email protected] to set up an account.
  • Bring a guest to Yogaville for free, Sunday-Thursday (up to 3 times per year).
  • Living Yoga Training month long program, for only $108 ($600 value).
  • 10% off guest stays and retreats at Yogaville.
  • 10% off programs and 5% off teacher trainings offered at Yogaville and the New York and San Francisco Integral Yoga Institutes.
  • Discounted liability insurance through Yoga Insurance Plus at www.beyogi.com
  • 15% discount at Shakticom – Integral Yoga Multimedia: CDs, DVDs, digital downloads, gifts, and more!

 

Integral Yoga Institutes & Centers

Integral Yoga Institutes differ from Integral Yoga Centers primarily in scope of operation. Institutes hold more classes and activities on a regular basis. They often have residents who wish to study, practice, and live the teachings in the supportive environment of an Integral Yoga Institute. Integral Yoga Institutes are usually, but not necessarily, non-profit centers linked in their charter to Satchidananda Ashram–Yogaville.

Integral Yoga Centers range in size; from an individual director teaching one class a week in his or her home, to a rented Center location with multiple classes led by a group of Integral Yoga teachers. Some Centers also have open meditation, kirtans, satsangs, Raja Yoga classes, and more. Integral Yoga Centers are usually, but not necessarily, for-profit centers.

Interested in starting an Integral Yoga Center?

The Integral Yoga Teachers Council welcomes interest in building the global Integral Yoga Community!

Please do not hesitate to contact the IYTA if you would like to receive an application,
or if you have any questions about the application process or the nature and function of our Centers.

We look forward to hearing from you!