yes. I am an ERYT 500 and have been for years and it still shows up as pending. I think this underlines an opportunity for the IDEA association to forge greater ties with the yoga community. The standards that IDEA has set for appropriate levels of training and certification for fitness are very important. Those standards for yoga are set by the Alliance. To have IDEA credentialing show up on Alliance lists would be good for IDEA, as well as vice versa. Of course, just as there are personal training certifications that do not match NCCA accreditation, there are yoga trainings that do not match Alliance standards….. no hands on, all online, less than 200 hours, etc. I would like to see IDEA step up and underline the importance of people who are teaching yoga in fitness centers having Alliance standard training, just as they promote certifying in an NCCA accredited manner.