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Each training is unique, but our vision remains constant.

While every training takes turns and twists specific to the class chemistry, each year maintains a thorough and meticulously organized backbone. Below is a list of what you can expect from our training.

For information on pricing, schedule and other details about the training, click here.

Preparation to teach

  • Learn to become a true communicator by approaching teaching as an art form.

  • Receive and practice six detailed class plans created by your trainers.

  • Learn to effectively teach with active and passive language to motivate and empower your students.

  • Teach inspirational and philosophically based universal themes that speak directly to the art of yoga and to your student.

  • Learn to teach fundamental pranayama practices.

  • Learn to teach fundamental guided meditation practices.

  • Guide powerful introductions, centerings, and Savasana.

Asana (physical practice)

  • Learn bio-mechanically precise alignment principles based on anatomy that create safety and healing in poses.

  • Learn postures in extensive detail including common misalignments, verbal and physical assists, and use of props.


  • Study yoga philosophy and its history, including the Vedas, the Upanishads, Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, the Bhagavad Gita, and an overview to Tantra.

  • Learn practical ways to study and utilize Sanskrit in your classes.

  • Learn the theory behind and basic practices of Ayurveda.


  • Learn basic functional anatomy and kinesiology as related to specific yoga postures & key actions in the body utilizing the Anatomy of Yoga online course with Martin Kirk, E-RYT-500. This in-depth 10-part series covers the pelvis, shoulders, core, arms and legs and provides the tools to feel confident addressing your students particular therapeutic needs and questions.  As part of our training you will have lifetime access to this course material to use throughout your teaching career.

  • Learn subtle energy anatomy including chakras, nadis, kundalini, bandhas, and the five koshas.


  • Assist experienced teachers during public classes and refine the art of observation.

  • Receive individual coaching and mentoring throughout the training within small practice teaching groups.

Preparation for post-graduation

  • Learn the basics of the business of yoga including professional practices and ethics (based on Yamas & Niyamas), and the student/teacher relationship.

  • Become an active member of a community that will support you in your endeavor towards full personal expression.

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