Advanced Yoga Teacher Training

Deepen Your Knowledge, Transform Your Teachings

The traditional path to become a yoga teacher includes 200 hours of training. You can extend your education with an additional 300 hours to receive your Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) certification. You can complete the initial 200 hours and 300 advanced hours back to back and apply to Yoga Alliance for your 500 hours designation.

Our Advanced Training is a hybrid design, with twelve, 25-hour training sessions. Each one contains techniques and practice, teaching methodology, and practicum. Upon completion of all 12, you receive your 300 hour certificate.

If you wish to delve deeper into certain topics and expand your knowledge, you may do that through this training. You will grow your knowledge as a teacher, which you can share with your students.

Or maybe your dream is to open your own yoga school. If you envision this path, you may complete our 300-hour Advanced Training program to help you receive the proper certification and take your first steps toward achieving that dream.

You can start with any topic you’d like, but we recommend the following sequence.

Get started on your advanced training

Investment: $250 per module

Click on a module below to see details, then sign up

The Art of Shakti Flow Sequencing
The Art of Teaching Beginners
Anatomy & Assists
Theme Weaving
Journey Through the Chakras
Myth, Mantra & Meditation
Restorative & Yoga Nidra
Take Flight
Informed Yoga
Gentle Yoga & Oils
Elevate Your Practice

Current in-person offerings (Zoom option also available):

The Art of Shakti Flow Sequencing: July 9-10
Theme Weaving: August 27-28
Myth, Mantra & Meditation: September 24-25 (at Haven of Ascension)
Restorative & Yoga Nidra: November 5-6
Gentle Yoga & Oils: December 10-11


This teacher training guided me to refine my identity. I had grown content inside my self-defined comfort zone and never thought to push the boundaries. I was hesitant to give myself credit for those qualities that I had to offer and through the training I found my confidence to appreciate my gifts not only as a wife and mother, but as an individual. I was a huge control freak and held the reins so tight it limited me. I have given myself permission to let go and know that while I may always be a recovering perfectionist, bumps in the road are a part of the learning process.

The tools I learned have become a lifestyle instead of just a weekly practice. My favorite part of the training was when the Instructors pushed me past any boundaries I had set for myself. Having to be vulnerable and show parts of myself that I kept hidden was a huge breakthrough in this process. I was able to enjoy the success of others and see them blossom.