200 Hour Traditional Yoga Teacher Training Program in Saginaw, TX

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 eight 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 Training Weekends

  • July 13-14
  • July 27-28
  • Aug 3-4
  • Aug 17-18
  • Sept 7-8
  • Sept 21-22
  • Oct 5-6
  • Oct 19-20

100% participation is required


Loran Wilburn, Lead Trainer for EverLimitless Yoga is facilitating this training in Saginaw, TX. We’d love to talk to you about accomplishing your dream of becoming a yoga teacher.

Yoga Fitch
124 W Southern Ave. Ste 200.
Saginaw, TX 76179

Meet Loran Wilburn, Lead Trainer

I am a curious life-time learner and passionate teacher. I have taught in public education for 9 years. During Covid I decided to get my yoga teaching certification because I wanted to be able to share yoga with everyone!

I previously had a regular personal practice and naturally wanted to teach what had helped me grow physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. I began to realize that I had been practicing yoga all my life. My earliest involvement in sports led me to understand the body to breath connection and building “fire.” I tapped into the spiritual aspect when I prayed or hiked. When I learned to meditate, my practice became more intentional. Once I finally took a yoga class in my early 20s it all made sense. I continued to focus on the physical practice of yoga finding yoga philosophy into my early 30s.

Once I decided to get my teaching certification I was amazed to learn that there is much more to yoga than asana! This led me to focus more on yoga as a whole and think about how I wanted to share my newfound knowledge. After training I got plugged into my local yoga community with the desire to teach in and for the community. I continued my personal practice and sought ways to share yoga with others. I began subbing and teaching for Fort Worth Community Yoga. I gained confidence in teaching and set out to add more classes to my schedule. I began working as a group instructor and I’ve been teaching ever since. I appreciate the opportunity to share yoga with new and old yogis. My experiences have led me to teach and practice with a variety of people with various knowledge of the practice of yoga.

Currently I teach in person classes and online privates. I have experienced the power of yoga to grow and heal, leading to connecting to our highest self, others, and God.

I am passionate about helping yoga teachers & giving them the tools to be successful to lead classes and private sessions. I would greatly enjoy being a part of your yoga journey!

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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.