200-Hour Training Curriculum

Over the course of 10 weeks, students will gain a deeper understanding of their own practice and will learn how to teach individualized yoga practices according to any student’s needs.  Assuming full participation, the student will be eligible to register with the Yoga Alliance as a 200-hour certified instructor.

  • Learn the foundations of asanas, Pranayama's, mantra, meditation, and other traditional Yoga techniques and how they connect with therapy.
  • Learn how to adjust and adapt postures for individuals with injuries or special needs.

  • Read and discuss the fundamentals of Yoga philosophy through study of the Yoga Sutras and TheBhagavad Gita.

  • Gain a strong understanding of the principles of Ayurveda, the sister science of Yoga.  Learn the ancient Vedic science of healing the body.

  • Connect with and be supported by a community of Yoga Therapy practitioners.

  • Interact yoga philosophy and Ayurveda with yoga therapy and create threads to bring them all together.

  • Asana postures from Iyengar to Vinyasa

  • Subtle Anatomy,Vayus, Koshas and Chakras

  • Sequencing and Alignment for poses in all body types.

  • Yoga Therapeutics to help every individual as long as they can breath.

  • Training through Case Studies

  • History and Practice of Ayurveda

  • Most Importantly.. How to use the Breathe properly.

  • Chair yoga for injured or seniors

  • Yoga Nidra, guided meditation for stress relief and  for PTS and all trauma students

  • Yoga for mental health

  • Yoga for many ailments of the spine, shoulders and neck and disease relief for those with serious health conditions.

  • Improving general health and wellbeing through the therapeutic elements of yoga

  • Learn how to modify poses to fit the individual

  • learning about herbs and food, you will  come away with a great understanding of how to take care of your own health and wellbeing and how to treat conditions and health issues you may have..

  • Pelvic floor understanding and women's health