Schedule & Tuition
Soul School 2022 will begin in the Fall of 2022.
Oct 21st-23rd Opening In-Person Weekend
January 27th-29th Midway In-Person Weekend
April 21st-23rd Closing In-Person Weekend
ZOOM meetings and group satsang schedule TBA.
Upon acceptance, we require a $500 non-refundable deposit.
One week prior to Soul School beginning,
you will receive a link with your option to pay
A One time balance payoff of $3000
A 4-month payment plan
A 6-month payment plan
*See FAQs for more about refunds and payment plan policy
- Three in-depth weekend immersions in New Orleans (Friday through Sunday) + ZOOM gatherings throughout the program guided by Seán and Mitchel and our adjunct faculty
Diversity Scholarships For Black, Indigenous and People Of Color
The diversity scholarships dedicated for BIPOC are one small way Wild Lotus and The Yoga Teachers Lab seek to contribute to the fight against systemic racism, and the hope to widen yoga’s diversity and representation. We have been offering these scholarships for the last 6 years. Our hope is to support the training of more yoga teachers of color who feel inspired to share the many gifts and benefits of yoga with the community. This scholarship covers 40% of tuition with the option of a monthly payment plan to pay the remaining balance.
Please indicate on the application if you would like to be considered for one of these scholarships, as we have a limited number of them available. We also encourage all scholarship applicants to practice at the studio to get a deeper feel for our approach to yoga. This will be of benefit as well when being considered for the scholarship.
The requirements in exchange for the scholarship are:
• Have the intention to teach yoga after the program is complete
• Fully participate in the program, and complete all required work to receive the certificate
• Write a short impact statement to help give future applicants to the BIPOC Scholarships a clearer idea of the experience of Soul School. We’ll utilize the impact statement to also help with fund raising efforts to expand the BIPOC Scholarships