You’ve completed your 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training, you’re teaching classes and loving it! So what’s next?


Maybe you’re ready to deepen your understanding of the yoga science?

Or maybe you’re looking to make yoga a life path and commit to your personal growth and education?


In this 300hr. Yoga Teacher Training course you will expand your knowledge for your students and yourself.


Your education and development are of the utmost importance.

The teacher training program is divided into five modules (150hrs) that are concentrated times for group learning. Homework, mentoring, and self-practices are spaced throughout the modules so you can integrate your learning.  Additional training workshops, also known as electives will make up the additional 150hr. needed. These, are available to allow you to fine-tune your education, creating a 300hr program that is authentic to you and your yoga journey.

The yoga science was originally passed down from teacher to student in a mentor-style relationship. In our 300hr. program you will have the opportunity to learn in this effective way by having some time with a mentor to guide and support you.


So, what are you waiting for?


Come explore your own personal journey and discover many new and key elements to the yoga puzzle to deepen your understanding.


By developing your own practice and education, you will be able to serve your students more and enhance their well-being.


150 hrs mandatory hours over five core modules 150 hrs composed of elective training, for focused learning

Length of program:  Two year part-time program

Program Prerequisite:  You must have a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training certificate to participate in 300hr. Yoga Teacher Training program

We are excited to announce that we will be taking enrolment in January of 2021 for late Spring of 2021



Opening Practice & Ceremony | 5 HRS

Define your Dharma statement Setting an intention for the following program Ritual ceremony to begin your journey

Module 1 | 19 HRS

- Develop your own meditation practice with your personal Mantra (One-On-One session) - Deep Meditation Follow-up (One-On-One session) - Basics of biotensegrity & how it applies to Yoga Asana and our teaching - Basics of biomechanics & how it applies to Yoga Asana and our teaching - Introduction to Integral anatomy & how it applies to Yoga Asana and our teaching - Introduction to Samkya Philosophy (Yoga’s explanation of the Universe) - Ayurveda (One-On-One session)

Module 2 | 19 HRS

- How to design a healthy individualized practice for you students, private clients and yourself. Including compression vs. Tension, Range of Motion, joint mobility, and the science behind building strength & flexibility. - Assessing clients & developing specialized programs. - Teaching one-on-one with private clients; including business of privates - Satsang- “Sitting in Truth” - Group Learning sessions

Module 3 | 19 HRS

- Subtle body systems including Koshas, Chakras, Gunas, & Vayus - Explore various tools that you can use in your life and teach to your students to help you ride the waves of life. These tools include; meditations, pranayama, visualizations, mudras, mantras etc. - Learn to weave these tools into general public classes and one-on-one sessions. - Start to draw these tools into your daily life with personal practice homework. - Satsang- “Sitting in Truth” - Group Learning sessions

Module 4 | 19 HRS

- Assessing clients with Koshas, Chakras, Gunas, & Vayus - Learn some assessment tools - Yoga vs Western healing modalities - Satsang– “Sitting in Truth” (group practice) - Group discussion on topics learned, share stories, & find guidance & support - Open/Mysore Practice

Module 5 | 19 HRS

- Trauma informed teaching- Past Traumas get stuck in the body. Learn how this happens and the health risks associated with stuck trauma in the body. Also learn how to cultivate a safe and inclusive environment to support everyone in your yoga class, including those who have been through traumatic experiences in their lives. - Satsang- “Sitting in Truth” - Group Learning sessions

Closing Practice & Ceremony | 5 HRS

- Ritual ceremony to close our journey together - Setting intentions for the future.


Elective courses are open to anyone, not just our 300 hr program participants.

If you are interested in an elective for continuing education or special interest, we’d love to have you join.

Six hours of mentorship are included in mandatory hours | More hours are available as elective hours if you choose (10 – 40 hours)

Mindful Hands on Assists with Alex Anderson | 12 HRS

How to mindfully give effective Hands on Assists that support and eluminate your student’s experience.

Introduction to the Yoga Philosophy through the Yoga Sutras with Christina Raskin | 14 HRS

Basic Introduction to the Yoga Philosophy through the Yoga Sutras, an ancient text that clarifies and explains the 8-limbs of Yoga. This is a great workshop if you are new to Yoga philosophy or you want to review the Yoga Sutras. - This is an elective in Yoga Philosophy - 14 hours Online Live Training - Yoga Philosophy elective

Applied Yoga Sutras with Christina Raskin | 14 HRS

How do we draw the Yoga Sutras into our daily life and live in alignment with the yoga principles? And how do the yoga Sutras influence our understanding of the journey of yoga. Explore these aspects as we dive deeper into the Sutras, including books 3 & 4 and uncover the layers of meaning in this ancient text. - Prerequisite: Introduction to the Yoga Philosophy through the Yoga Sutras. - This is an elective in Yoga Philosophy - 14 hours Online Live Training

Yoga Philosophy as told through the Bhagavad Gita with Alex Anderson | 12 HRS

Through powerful storytelling, dive into the yoga philosophy and uncover aspects of the Yoga journey that you never knew existed. The Gita moves and inspires many with it’s beautiful lessons. Through thought provoking exercises, start to draw these lessons into your life and truly begin living your yoga. - Yoga Philosophy elective

How to Theme a class with Christina Raskin | 6 HRS

Six-hour online training w/ Christina Raskin

Yin Yoga with Bernie Clark | 50 HRS

In this training, you’re invited to learn the techniques of yin yoga, explore the theory behind yin yoga, illustrating the physiological, energetic, and psychological benefits. You’ll also dive deeply into the practice, learning how to safely do yin yoga as well as teach it to others. Available 2021 weeks: May 10-16 July 19-25 Nov 1-7

Basics of Advanced Asanas with Sandra Gin | 10 HRS

Learn the basics of the more advanced Asanas like arm balances and inversion. Learn helpful techniques and exercises to help you progress in your ability to play with the more advanced postures.

Applying the basics of Advanced Asanas with Sandra Gin | 3 HRS

Apply the tools you learned in the Basics of advanced Asana workshop to progress in your physical practice of the Asanas. - Prerequisite: Basics of Advanced Asanas

Advanced Asana Playground with Sandra Gin | 3 HRS

Play time! Enjoy time in the studio to practice your more advanced asanas with the support and knowledge of a senior teacher. - Prerequisite: Applying the basics of Advanced Asanas

Sequencing & Teaching Vinyasa Flow with Christina Raskin | 10 HRS

Get inspired and explore creative and fun ways to sequence your flow classes, including building up to a peak pose and unique class sequences.

Sequencing & Teaching Hatha Yoga with Christina Raskin | 10 HRS

Dive into the sequencing of a Hatha yoga class including various class sequences for specific conditions.

Common Injuries & Potential Approaches with Melanie Palis | 14 HRS

A review of common injuries and how we can support our students in their practice to mitigate certain injuries. Including how to modify practices as they come back from certain injuries. We will also do case studies of common situations to apply the information learned. - Late Fall 2021/Winter 2022

How to effectively educate your students with clear & concise cueing with Christina Raskin | 10 HRS

In this workshop gain the knowledge of how people learn, including how they learn according to Ayurveda. Learn how to apply this knowledge so that you can really educate your students on anything from mindfulness to yoga postures. Being a true ‘teacher’ or ‘educator’ is an art form. In this workshop you will practice perfecting this art.

Ayurveda; Live well, Age Well with Nathalie Keiller | 30 HRS

This course is designed for beginners of all fields of life, as well as yoga teachers in training. It gives you the opportunity to explore the foundations and the importance of keeping your doshas in balance. You will learn about the history, philosophy and principles of Ayurveda through the 5 elements, the cycles of life, the 3 doshas, agni, herbs, and more. In this course you’ll learn practices to return to optimal health and maintain balance for your body and your mind. You will also learn how to assess your own birth constitution as well as some of the sources of your imbalances. You’ll have the opportunity to integrate balance through food, and discover the best diet for your constitution. In addition, I will invite you to practice other therapies like dinacharya, pranayama, asanas, which form part of an uplifting daily routine. - Winter Spring 2022/Summer 2022 GENERAL COURSE OVERVIEW - Basic History, Philosophy and Physiology of Ayurveda - Exploring your Prakriti and your Vikriti - The 6 tastes and a diet for each season - Dinacharya and optimal health - Pranayama and Asanas - Ojas and Rasayana: herbs and other therapies - Seasonal cleanse and Panchakarma