- Scholarships are available for those who face financial barriers to attend this training. There are two kinds of scholarships available:
Workstudy scholarships are for those who are able to pay a portion of the tuition (up to half) and exchange some volunteer hours.
100% scholarships are for those who do not have the financial resources to attend. These spaces will be prioritized for folks who have a deep interest in bringing this work to impacted communities.
We encourage BIPOC and/or LGBTQ2SIA+, immigrant, and refugee folks to apply as well as those with a diversity of experience including but not limited to ability, mental illness, and/or neurodiversity to apply.
Application deadline for scholarship is 21 days prior to date of the course.
- Keen interest in working with marginalized folks
- Demonstrated financial need
- Applicants with current involvement, whether paid or volunteer, within the communities we serve will be given priority over general interest applicants.
- Submission of a Letter of Reference - written in support of your application, please note letters from family members will not be accepted (to be uploaded with their application).
If yes, please answer the next question.
This means you will pay a portion of the tuition and complete a set number of volunteer hours in exchange fro the reduction. Please tell us a bit about your skills and experience so we have an idea of possible work trade. For example you may be a photographer or graphic designer or you have experience with grant writing or event planning. If you have a keen interest in teaching there is also the option to do your workstudy after graduation with a volunteer placement in a Yoga Outreach program.
If yes, please complete the next question.
Please tell us a bit about how you plan to use this training. 100% scholarships are for those who do not have the financial resources to attend nor do they have the resources to offer volunteer hours in trade. These spaces will be prioritized for folks who have a deep interest in bringing this work to communities impacted by racism, hetero- and cis-sexism, and other forms of oppression.
Accepted file types: pdf.
Please note letters from family members will not be accepted.