200 Hour Traditional Yoga Teacher Training Program in Boston, MA

An In-Person Learning Experience

When you are ready to begin your teacher training, we welcome you on this journey, where we teach our 200-hour program in person. Through a multidisciplinary approach that focuses on Vinyasa and Bhakti yoga, you will complete eight modules of content over nine weekends.

You will learn

  • Asana mat practices
  • Meditation
  • Pranayama practices
  • History, philosophy and mythology
  • Anatomy and alignment
  • How to sequence a class and weave a theme
  • How to schedule clients, best practices, obtaining new clients and setting up workshops

2024 – 2025 Training Weekends

These will be live Zoom meetings.
Friday’s timing will be 7 pm – 9:45 pm
Saturday 9 am – 7 pm.

  • September 13-14
  • October 10 and 11
  • November 7 and 8
  • December 13 and 14
  • January 10 and 11
  • February 14 and 15
  • March 14 and 15
  • April 11 and 12
  • May 9 and 10.

100% participation is required


Alejandra Didio, Lead Trainer for EverLimitless Yoga is facilitating this training in Boston, MA. We’d love to talk to you about accomplishing your dream of becoming a yoga teacher.

Alejandra’s Yoga and Pilates
Does not have a studio location
Boston, Massachusetts

Meet Alejandra Didio, Lead Trainer

I’m Alejandra and Yoga found me in 2004. At the time, I was 100 lbs. overweight and experiencing acute anxiety and panic attacks. I was scared, and frustrated and knew I needed help beyond allopathic medicine. As synchronicity would have it, a friend recommended “this thing called Yoga.”

Desperate to heal, I purchased the Gaiam DVD “Yoga for Every Body.” Seeing women of all sizes practice made me feel welcome, and being encouraged to breathe while feeling into my body and mind, helped me reconnect. Yoga regulated my nervous system, shifted my relationship with food, and allowed me to discover my calling as a teacher, empathetic listener, and Yogini. By 2009, 100 lbs. lighter and managing occasional anxiety, I was ready to become a Yoga instructor.

I completed a residential 200-hour Yoga teacher training at Sivananda Yoga Ranch in the Catskills of NY. The experience stretched me emotionally, physically, socially, and spiritually. From 2012 to 2014, I completed a 500-hour Yoga teacher and therapist training at Gurukul Yoga in Bridgewater, NJ; a 300-hour Advanced Yoga teacher training through Yoga Synthesis in Ramsey, NJ; and a comprehensive Pilates Instructor training through PhysicalMind Institute in NYC. Over the span of 15 years, I have taught thousands of hours of Yoga, Pilates, and/or meditation both online and in-person.

My spiritual and physical endeavors have been complemented with academic pursuits that focus on healing people and the planet through connection. I have a B.A. and M.A. in Environmental Studies, an M.A. in Liberal Studies, a PhD in Environmental Management, and a Masters in Social Work. I was an adjunct professor of World Sustainability for 6 years and am currently an LCSW in MA, where I am a telehealth therapist for trauma survivors. I am certified in Trauma-informed Yoga, and Yoga Nidra through My Vinyasa Practice online, and am a certified Neurofit coach. I am currently completing a Somatic Yoga certification through My Vinyasa Yoga and an 800-hour Yoga Therapist Certification through Yogamu.

I teach multiple styles of Yoga, including Vinyasa, Hatha, Yin, Restorative, and trauma-informed Gentle Yoga. I take an intuitive and person-centered approach to teaching guided by awareness, mindful and detailed cues, and an adaptive nature. I am grounded, yet lighthearted, and enjoy having fun when teaching and learning.

I believe every person is their own unique expression of being, as such, every Yoga journey is unique, and I look forward to walking alongside you on yours.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I am a beginner, can I still take this course?
Absolutely. This course is designed to meet you where you are. It
is a great way to immerse yourself in the yoga practices.

Do I have to teach if I take this course?
You do not. Many people take the course to develop a deeper knowledge of the yoga practices. However, if you wish to receive a certificate, you will have to complete the practicum teaching requirement.

Where can I teach once I receive my certificate?
Because we are a Registered Yoga School, you can teach at any studio, gym or fitness center that may want a Vinyasa Flow or Power Vinyasa teacher.