Thank you for you interest in working at Kodawari

Please read on to learn more about what you need to do to apply to join the Koda family as a teacher, presenter, practitioner or receptionist.

Teachers:
First and foremost we suggest you come and practice with us. Get familiar with the Kodawari approach to yoga, the atmosphere of the studio, our practitioners and the community of students, not to mention the folks who run the place.

We do quarterly open teaching auditions. Ask one of the front desk staff to put on the list to be contacted about the next teaching interview date. You will have the opportunity to teach for around 15-20 minutes, and in the end we offer an evaluation and a game plan.

Please know that to apply for a teaching job at Kodawari you must have liability insurance and current CPR and 1st aid.

Practitioner:
If you have a skill and are dreaming of working in a synergistic setting where the collective endeavor is to make the world healthier and more peaceful, send us an email at info@kodawariyoga.com and/or stop by with a resume and references so that we can meet you and schedule some sit down time to see how we might flourish together.

Receptionist:
If you are dreaming of working with us at the front desk (it is pretty awesome and it’s a great way to get integrated into the Kodawari Kula) please send us an email at info@kodawariyoga.com and/or stop by with a resume and references so that we can meet you and schedule some sit down time to see how we might flourish together.

Wandering Yoga Teachers/Presenters:

We love keeping our offerings fresh! We do however practice discernment and scheduling the right time for the right offering from the right presenter is no small task. A lot of prior preparation is needed for the spontaneity of joy and creativity to land and unfold! One might even say it’s magic. So, we will ask you to fill out this form so that we can have a clear idea of what you are hoping to share with our community.

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