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Welcome to the YogaSource Teacher Training Institute

~ Yoga Alliance Registered since 2006 ~

With an enduring dedication to the pursuit of excellence, the YogaSource Teacher Training Institute offers aspiring teachers, established teachers, and avid students world-class trainings to deepen their practice, share their passion, and transform their lives through yoga.

We certify teachers at the 200-hour, 500-hour and 1000-hour levels.

Our extensive curriculum choices of 1700+ credit hours per year are cutting-edge, diverse, and practical.

Our faculty includes some of the world’s most esteemed teachers in their field.

Teacher Training 200 Hour Badge

The 200 Hour Foundational Certification

No certification yet? This is where you start.

Our time-tested programs will develop you from an avid student into a confident teacher over the course of 200 hours, thereby creating a deep connection to the practice, empowering a satisfying new career path, and fostering meaningful friendships along the way.

With 3 world-class programs to choose from, you will spend all 200 of your hours in the dedicated environment best suited to you. Not only will you learn what you are most passionate about, but you will also graduate as a more evolved and confident teacher.

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Teacher Training 500 Hour Badge

The 500/1000 Hour Advanced Certification

Our 500+ Hour Teacher Training is our advanced program and the equivalent of graduate study.

Our Advanced program is modular, allowing you to work at your own pace, spreading the cost of your education, and letting you choose the teachers and topics that interest you the most. Along the way, our advisor guides you towards a well-rounded curriculum that also meets the standards of the Yoga Alliance.

You will gain tangible tools to grow your career as a yoga professional, and a new family that includes some of the most influential teachers of our time.

Graduates from any one of the YogaSource 200-hour Certifications are already 230+ hours into their 500/1000 certificate.

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Yoga Alliance

The Yoga Alliance is the world's largest credentialing organization for the yoga industry.

Yoga Alliance Seals

In order to meet their standards, a program must include a number of hours in Anatomy, Philosophy, Methodology, Techniques, and Practicum. Upon successful completion, candidates are asked to evaluate the training they have received. Schools can choose whether to display or hide these reviews.

We are currently the highest rated established Teacher Training program in the Bay Area.

Visit their page to read what our grads are saying.


Training Faculty

Linda Schlamadinger McGrath

Linda Schlamadinger McGrath

Linda Schlamadinger McGrath

Linda Schlamadinger McGrath

Linda is the founder and owner of Yoga Source Los Gatos, the largest independently-owned studio on the West Coast and Silicon Valley's most awarded Yoga and Pilates program. She leads trainings, conferences, and retreats in the US and internationally. As the Director of the YogaSource Teacher Training Institute since its inception in 2006, she has nurtured hundreds of successful yoga instructors from across the country.

Linda is a student of modern Buddhism, Jungian psychology and Interpersonal Neurobiology. Her yoga classes are a playful and masterful blend of precision, elegance and breath.

Linda has been interviewed and profiled by YogaJournal, NBC News, ABC's Best of the Bay, Common Ground, Yogi Times, San Jose Magazine, Los Gatos Weekly News and other publications. At other times of the day, she is a mom, a wife, a writer, a designer, and a foodie. Linda is a senior Ambassador for Lululemon Athletica and a board member of Insight World Aid, a local grassroots non-for profit inspired by the Buddhist principles of wisdom and compassion.

Amber Henzi

Amber Henzi

Amber Henzi

Amber Henzi

Amber Henzi is a RYT 200 hour Yoga Alliance certified instructor, (currently working towards her 500) with 125 hours of Bhakti training. She has a non traditional, creative and playful vinyasa style. She emphasizes on moving from the heart from a compassionate place within. Through the practice, Amber helps students find joy and laughter even through the most vigorous practice. Her commitment is to bring awareness into the community. "By loving ourselves, being joyful, and feeling better physically and spiritually we are better equipped to be the change in which we hope to witness on this earth."

Angela Majic

Angela Majic

Angela Majic

Angela Majic

Angela discovered Yoga over 13 years ago as a powerful method of healing on a physical, mental and emotional level. After several years of developing a consistent Yoga practice, she felt inspired to become a certified teacher to share her passion for Yoga. Angela is a Yoga Alliance certified instructor and has formal training and certifications with Integrative Yoga Therapy, Ana Forrest, Shiva Rea, Ananda School of Yoga for Prenatal and Postnatal Training, and Yogadoodles training for young children. She regularly attends workshops and teacher intensives to continually enhance her knowledge and teaching. She most recently spent one month in India, the birthplace of Yoga, learning about the philosophy and history of Yoga. In addition to being a Yoga Instructor, she is a credentialed elementary school teacher, a certified massage therapist and a Marriage and Family Therapist. She also enjoys traveling, hiking, cooking, and spending time with family. In her dynamic flow-based classes she emphasizes linking breath with movement. Her teaching style builds strength, flexibility and self-awareness. She encourages her students to listen to their bodies and attend to proper alignment during her challenging, but fun-filled classes. Angela has dedicated herself to a life of balance, awareness and compassion. She has a tremendous amount of gratitude for this practice and has devoted herself to learning how to use the practice of Yoga to heal, empower and inspire others!! She instructs classes, workshops and leads retreats all over the globe!

Bryan Kest

Bryan Kest

Bryan Kest

Bryan Kest

Born in 1964, Bryan Kest has been practicing yoga since 1979, starting when he was 14 years old.

Aloha, I am Bryan Kest, owner of Santa Monica Power Yoga & Meditation and poweryoga.com, located in Santa Monica, CA. I am 52 years old and I was born in Cleveland, OH and raised in the suburbs of Detroit, MI. I was very fortunate to move to Hawaii at the age of 14. It was in Hawaii that I was even more fortunate to meet David Williams at David’s and Brad Ramsey’s class. David was the first person to bring Ashtanga Yoga to the world outside of India. Brad became an incredibly influential example of how to be a man and a yogi.

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Cheri Clampett & Arturo Peal

Cheri Clampett & Arturo Peal

Cheri Clampett & Arturo Peal

Cheri Clampett & Arturo Peal

Cheri Clampett, C-IAYT, ERYT-500 is a certified yoga therapist with over 20 years of teaching experience. She is the director of the Therapeutic Yoga Training Program which she founded in 1998. She has also co-led the Integrative Yoga Therapy Teacher Training and has presented Therapeutic Yoga at the White Lotus Foundation Teacher Training, Beth Israel Medical Center, and the Rusk Institute at NYU Medical Center.

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Arturo Peal, Founder of Body Studies, has spent over 20 years inspiring and educating yoga teachers, body workers, and movement specialists across the globe through his classes in Anatomy, Kinesiology, and Therapeutic Touch. With a unique gift for translating complex scientific concepts into tangible, applicable teachings for his students, he raises awareness of how their own bodies work. His trainings have been held at world-class training centers including Integral Yoga Institute (NYC), Himalayan Institute (NYC), Yogaville Virginia, City University of New York Graduate Center, White Lotus Foundation (CA), and Mar de Jade (Mexico).

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Cindy Walker

Cindy Walker

Cindy Walker

Cindy Walker

I have been passionately involved in Yoga for over 25 years. I guess this makes me a senior and well seasoned teacher! I stumbled upon Yoga and Meditation in college when my family life and health were falling apart, and realized I was going to need strong tools to manage stress and maintain my well being. My 1st class awakened me to spirit, and to new places in my body/mind. I was instantly hooked and found the practice to be a soothing salvation, a trusted therapist - my God, Goddess, and very best friend. Yoga and all that it represents allowed me to see "the story" but connect to my soul. For me, this was and continues to be Nirvana!

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Erin Matteucci

Erin Matteucci

Erin Matteucci

Erin Matteucci

Erin’s yogic journey began with a beginner’s video and a carefully-placed mat on her bedroom floor. It definitely wasn't love at first chaturanga-but posture by posture and class by class, she felt her body begin to feel lighter, quieter and stronger. Craving the relaxed exhaustion and focused quiet mind in her own body, she teaches from that space with a consuming gentle presence that immediately puts you at ease on your yoga mat. Erin believes that it is through alignment, focus and intention that you find yourself- Hold Warrior I for 10 breaths and meet who you really are! A power yoga devotee, she thinks that Baron said it best, "steady breath, steady gaze, steady mind = steady practice". Can we move with grace even when challenged by a practice we once moved through with ease? We are different every day, every moment. It is with acceptance that you grow in your physical practice, with awareness that you learn to make your movements purposeful, and with an open heart that you take your yoga practice off the mat. Erin holds two 200-hour teaching certifications and has been teaching power yoga for the last 6 years.

Gabriella Walters

Gabriella Walters

Gabriella Walters

Gabriella Walters

Gabriella Walters is the founder Inferno Hot Pilates, the first dedicated Hot-Pilates studio in Las Vegas. Originally from Budapest, Hungary, Gabi grew up as an accomplished athlete, competing in Track and Field and winning her age group in many events including the Long Jump, High Jump, 400m, and 800m distances. She moved to the US in 2002 to compete in Fitness where she competed in many events across the country. Only after suffering a severe knee injury, did she discovered Meditation, Yoga, and Pilates. In 2009, Gabi developed Hot Pilates — a 60 minute, high intensity, low impact workout performed in a room heated to 95 degrees and 40% humidity. Three years later, Gabi opened her own Hot Pilates studio.

Jason Crandell

Jason Crandell

Jason Crandell

Jason Crandell

Jason Crandell is a natural teacher and author with more than 15 years of experience. His accessible, grounded classes integrate the best elements of power yoga, anatomical precision, and mindfulness teachings. Jason’s articulate, down-to-earth approach to vinyasa yoga will educate and empower you. Named “one of the teachers shaping the future of yoga,” by Yoga Journal, Jason has been an in-demand teacher at conferences around the world for more than a decade. Considered a “teacher’s teacher,” Jason has taught on countless teacher training faculties, leads trainings globally, and regularly presents teacher training content at esteemed conferences.

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Jenn Field

Jenn Field

Jenn Field

Jenn Field

Jenn has been a student of Bikram Yoga for the past 11 years and a full-time instructor for the past 3 years. She received her certification directly through Bikram in 2008 and furthered her education in the Advanced Bikram series in 2010. She has also been certified in the practice of Vinyasa Yoga, trained in India in the practice of Vipassana medition, and holds a B.S / B.A from Duke University. Her additional knowledge only enhances the way she teaches the Bikram series.

Jenn's most recent passion is delving into the lineage and history of both Bikram and Vinyasa yoga to satisfy her curiosity about the differences in alignment and language. She believes that to truly understand and teach each type of yoga it helps to understand their different histories. At YogaSource Jenn teaches a traditional class in the sense that she does not stray from the original 26 asanas. She believes that Bikram and his guru, Bishnu Ghosh, created the 26 asana series for a specific reason and she has a deep respect for the order of the asanas and specific alignment of each asana. With that being said, she also understands that each body is different and she is always ready to help those students (either in class or privately) modify their poses for injury or to suit their own body, while keeping with the proper alignment and spirit of Bikram Yoga. Jenn teaches 7 classes a week, a number of private lessons a month, and leads the Advanced Bikram workshops at YogaSource. She gives special thanks to the amazing yogini, Linda McGrath, whose advice has led her to hone her teaching skills since she joined the YogaSource Bikram team. When she is not taking an amazing class at YogaSource, Jenn is spending time with her boyfriend and their french bulldog, Mishka.

Jennifer Jones Schroeder

Jennifer Jones Schroeder

Jennifer Jones Schroeder

Jennifer Jones Schroeder

Your breath is unique in all the Universe. It came in with you on the day you were born and has sustained you until NOW, which is all that is." "Integration" is the word that comes to me on all levels about my practice of yoga. Growing up in the Deep South as a dancer and cheerleader during mass desegregation, my first profound spiritual experiences in those times are the thread I trace to NOW. Through my adult life,I have pursued sacred psychology in the passionate study of Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell, and Jean Shinoda-Bolen. I am enchanted and grateful to find the myths, symbols, and imaginings alive and well in me.

Jill Miller

Jill Miller

Jill Miller

Jill Miller

Jill Miller is the co-founder of Tune Up Fitness Worldwide and creator of the corrective exercise format Yoga Tune Up® and The Roll Model Method®. With more than 28 years of study in fitness, yoga therapy and anatomy, she is a pioneer in forging relevant links between the worlds of fitness, yoga, massage, and pain-management. Her innovative techniques have catapulted her to a sought after leader in the field of mind-body fitness and pain relief wellness. Miller has presented case studies at the Fascia Congress and the International Symposium of Yoga Therapists and is a regular at fitness conferences worldwide such as IDEAWorld, Can-Fit-Pro, ECA, Inner Idea, Empower, and Yoga Journal. She is also creator of the RX Series Program for EQUINOX Fitness Clubs and the Treat While You Train Program for 24Hr. Fitness.

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Kathryn Budig

Kathryn Budig

Kathryn Budig

Kathryn Budig

Kathryn Budig is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher and author known for her accessibility, humor, and ability to empower her students through her message, "aim true." The Kansas native graduated from the University of Virginia with a double degree in English and Drama before moving to Los Angeles, where she trained at Yogaworks under the tutelage of her mentors, Maty Ezraty and Chuck Miller.

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Leslie Kaminoff

Leslie Kaminoff

Leslie Kaminoff

Leslie Kaminoff

Leslie Kaminoff is a yoga educator inspired by the tradition of T.K.V. Desikachar. He is an internationally recognized specialist with four decades’ experience in the fields of yoga and breath anatomy. He leads anatomy and yoga methodology workshops for many of the leading yoga associations, schools and training programs in the world.

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Matece Skow

Matece Skow

Matece Skow

Matece Skow

For more than 15 years, Matece Skow has been fostering compassionate growth and deep relaxation for students and clients. She facilitates safe and nurturing environments for transformation of body and heart.

Maty Ezraty

Maty Ezraty

Maty Ezraty

Maty Ezraty

Maty Ezraty is a uniquely inspiring teacher known for her dynamic style of teaching, a keen eye for observation and a depth of knowledge that is steeped in years of practice.

Maty discovered yoga in her early 20's after years of dance. Seeking meaning in her life and a sense of freedom from daily suffering, she found in yoga calmness of mind, confidence, and a strong feeling of being centered.

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Max Strom

Max Strom

Max Strom

Max Strom

Max Strom is a global speaker, teacher, and author who acts as a bridge to connect people with their inner axis and thereby build better relationships with others.

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Paul & Suzee Grilley

Paul & Suzee Grilley

Paul & Suzee Grilley

Paul & Suzee Grilley

Paul Grilley began practicing yoga in 1979 after reading "The Autobiography of a Yogi" by Paramahansa Yogananada. He moved to Los Angeles in 1982 where he studied and taught yoga for 12 years. In 1988 he read "Theories of the Chakras" by Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama, Paul and his wife Suzee have been active students of Dr. Motoyama ever since.

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Roger Cole

Roger Cole

Roger Cole

Roger Cole

Roger Cole, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized, certified Iyengar yoga teacher trained at the Iyengar Yoga Institutes in San Francisco and Pune, India. He is also an accomplished scientist educated at Stanford University and the University of California, with specialties in the science of relaxation, sleep, and circadian rhythms.

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Sally Kempton

Sally Kempton

Sally Kempton

Sally Kempton

Sally Kempton is one of today’s most authentic spiritual teachers. She teaches devotional contemplative tantra—an approach to practice that creates a fusion of knowing and loving. Known for her ability to transmit inner experience through transformative practices and contemplation, Sally has been practicing and teaching for forty years.

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Samantha Boozer

Samantha Boozer

Samantha Boozer

Samantha Boozer

Sam’s yoga journey started with Bikram yoga. Recovering from a life threatening illness at age 18, she had lost most of her body’s muscle mass. Shortly after she was given the OK to start being active again, she stepped foot in her first Bikram class and fell in love with yoga. She loved that it challenged her physically, mentally, and emotionally as well as helped her to heal her body and regain her strength. From the solid foundation a Bikram practice provided her she found a love for other styles of yoga including vinyasa, power, and ashtanga. After experiencing all the benefits yoga had to offer, she knew she wanted to learn more and share it with others. In August 2013 she completed her 200-hour Teacher Training with Mark Stephens and early the next year completed the Hot Yoga Training with Jenn Field at YogaSource Los Gatos. She is currently working towards her 500-hour certification through YogaSource’s Teacher Training program.

Seane Corn

Seane Corn

Seane Corn

Seane Corn

Seane Corn is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher known for her impassioned activism, unique self-expression, and inspirational style of teaching that incorporates both the physical and mystical aspects of the practice of yoga. Her classes integrate dynamic vinyasa flow asana (linking movement with breath) with the application of precise alignment, meditation, visualization, intention and prayer to create an inner journey towards healing and empowerment.

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Stacey Zawoyski

Stacey Zawoyski

Stacey Zawoyski

Stacey Zawoyski

Stacey found Bikram in 2005 and instantly fell in love with a sense of stillness within the practice. After a year of loyal practice in Bikram she expanded her practice to Power Vinyasa and fell in love with the movement. By 2008, she became a R.Y.T. 200, having completed the YogaSource 200 hour Teacher Training under Linda Schlamadinger McGrath. In 2013 she expanded her studies and become a certified instructor under the Tony Sanchez 84 Asanas Masters Core System. In addition to 100 hours with Rusty Wells and smaller trainings with Sean Corne, Janet Stone, Laura Christenson, Brian Kest and Max Strom, she recently completed her 500 hour training at Yoga Source Los Gatos. She currently holds a R.Y.T E- 200 and will soon be a R.Y.T. 500. She is a member of the Hot Yoga Teacher Training Faculty with Jenn Field and Linda McGrath. Aside from yoga she has over 400 hours of bodywork training through Body Therapy Center in Palo Alto. Stacey’s intention in each of her classes is to spread the overflow of love she finds through the beauty of movement. When she is not teaching classes or furthering the growth of her own practice, Stacey enjoys spending quality time with her son Darrian, her boxers Charley and Lolah, Newfie, Koda, and her husband Tom. Love is Life…Life is Love!


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Questions to Ask

Enrolling in any teacher training program is a big commitment to your time and finances.

This long page is designed to help you make the best decision, and consider all the questions you probably don't even know you should ask. For more information, join us for one of our Free Information Sessions.

We have learned over the years that the needs of trainees at the Foundational (200 hour) and Advanced (300 and 500+ levels) are radically different, so the pertinent questions when applying to those different program will vary greatly.

Over the many years of offering our 200 hour Foundational Training, we have refined the art of presenting a very comprehensive curriculum in the simplest possible way so as not to overwhelm younger and aspiring teachers. Our goal is to equip you not only with solid information but also with all the nurturing needed for you to take the courageous leap into teaching with confidence. The curriculum is offered in a more dense format to truly immerse you in the experience of living and breathing yoga. Trainees spend all 200 hours under the tutelage of the same Director assisted by a small faculty, which allows for a more comprehensive and meaningful mentorship.

In contrast, our 500+ Advanced program is much more diverse to allow more settled teachers to refine and specialize their skills in the fields and with the masters that most appeal to their individual sensibilities. More time between select modules allows for the knowledge to sink into the many dimensions of human understanding. Our 500+ Hour Advanced Program offers yoga professionals the diversity and sophistication of curriculum comparable to that of a modern university.

What both our 200 and 500+ programs have in common are the world-class quality of our faculty, the emphasis on practical application, the cutting-edge nature of our curriculum, the atmosphere of friendship and support, and the yoga and fitness communities' recognition of our certificates.

Questions to Consider When Applying to a 200 Hour Level Program

What percentage of graduates go on to teach yoga and where?

The best testimonial to the strength of our program is that almost all of our graduates go on to teach. Whilst a certification from our training does not guarantee a teaching position at YogaSource, we almost exclusively hire from our list of graduates.

Many programs choose to leverage their teacher training hours on workshops.

Question how many of these hours are truly valuable for a teacher or if they're also geared to the general public. A number of workshops do not a teacher training make, especially if you have never taught before.

What is included in the tuition costs?

In our 200 hour modules, you will not have to incur any additional costs to complete your 100 or 200 certification. You do not have to enroll and pay for additional workshops.

Is there an application process?

At YogaSource, we carefully evaluate each applicant and acceptance is only granted if we believe they are ready to meet the challenge of the curriculum.

Are there tests?

The value of the YogaSource certification is very high and our exit exam and other checkpoints throughout the course help us ensure that trainees are on track and that we can maintain the standard established over the years.

What are the credentials of the institution?

YogaSource is the premier yoga studio of Silicon Valley, as attested by the numerous awards we win from the public each year. Our program is recognized by every yoga studio and premium fitness facilities in Silicon Valley and beyond.

Is there a limit to class size?

Enrollment on our 200 hour modules is capped at 30. This results in strong and meaningful relationship between the Director and yourself as well as with all your fellow trainees, during and after the program.

How much does the training cost?

Whilst we discourage you to base your decision on cost alone, it is important to understand all the costs associated with a training. Then the best way to compare trainings is to break down the price per hour. Prices for trainings at established studios range from $12-$18 per hour, with some programs charging additionally for the manual. Most of our hours (all 200 hour level hours as well as most of the 500+ hours) are priced at $14/hour. Only some specialty trainings in the 500+ program reach $18/hour.

Is feedback available from past participants?

We list feedback on the Training Testimonials page because we feel the best way to communicate the strengths of our program is through the real-life experiences of our graduates.

How many hours are spent with each member of the faculty?

We strongly discourage you from taking a 200 hour training that has you going from teacher to teacher. You will feel completely lost and whilst you may enjoy each teacher and have a great time, your experience will be fragmented and your ability to teach after the training will be in great question. We have seen this again and again with graduates from other programs who want to teach at YogaSource. We strongly encourage you to take a yoga class from the main faculty and meet with them so that you can get a feel for who they are. Keep in mind that many people make great teachers but not necessarily great teacher trainers. Do your homework and ask past graduates about the true "training" they received.

How may hours are spent practice teaching?

Most 200 hour programs include practice teaching as part of a group (Round Robin format) on the last day(s), with limited opportunities to practice teach until then. In our 200 hour program, there are a minimum of 2 hours of practice teaching each day, starting with the first day. Everything you learn in the morning is immediately put to practice in the afternoon and this is what delivers the results we have seen again and again: everybody grows confident and improves exponentially.

Questions to Consider When Applying to a 500 Hour Level Program

How diverse is the offering?

300, not to mention 500 hours are a long time to spend with one teacher alone. This is the old model of guru-disciple and most modern yoga teachers struggle to commit to that for a justified reason. There is so much knowledge out there, so many traditions, so many aspects to the practice that limiting all your advanced training to one source can be restraining and repetitive. The YogaSource Advanced Training deliberately brings you both depth and breadth - some of the best specialists of each yoga tradition or specialty, multiplied by the number of hours on offer. This eclectic and flexible curriculum broadens your horizons and promotes your individuality as a teacher.

How many hours/modules are offered a year?

This is an important question because it will affect your ability to graduate in a timely fashion. We offer over 1000 of differentiated credit hours per year, more than any other Advanced Program to our knowledge.

How flexible is the curriculum?

At YogaSource, enrollment in the Advanced program is on a rolling basis. Once you are enrolled, you are the ultimate decision-maker on what modules appeal to you and there are many to choose from! You essentially create your advanced studies with the help of the Teacher Training Advisor who ensures your hours meet the standards of the Yoga Alliance.

Feedback on Our Training heading

We are the most reviewed and highest rated 200/300 hour Teacher Training Program in the Bay Area listed on the Yoga Alliance website.

We encourage you to visit their page and read all the reviews from our alumni. Here's a few that we have collected over the years:

"... I am super grateful of the opportunity to practice teaching. That made a great difference in my progression. By far that was the key to your program – giving us all the opportunity to teach and get used to speaking, yoging, putting together sequences, etc. Thank you, thank you, thank you, for not just filling our brains! You let our brains activate our bodies."

— K.

"I think it was good for me even though I am already teaching (and the training was probably less stressful for me than most because of that) but I feel it gave me another way of looking at sequences and taught me how to develop balanced classes. I also just liked hanging out with everyone and laughing and learning more about yoga and its history, influences and where it's going."

— E.

"What amazes me most is the transformation that occurred with each individual student within a short period of time. It was a whirlwind of fascinating information, techniques and concentrated physical practice and intense focus. It amazes me how far we have come and what growth lies ahead… This training was one of the best things I've done and I will be forever grateful for it. It was fun, but challenging, and certainly placed me outside of my comfort zone a few times – I loved every minute of it, absolutely! My own practice has grown more than I could have imagined."

— S.

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