Training Community Leaders with Heart through the Study of Yoga, Healing and the Natural World.

Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga Teacher Training


About 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training:

See below for up-coming 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Residential and Non-Residential opportunities.

The Abhyasa Yoga Institute Yoga Teacher Certification Program provides an environment of personal, unconditional support and mentorship to help you realize your full potential as a yoga instructor at the 200 hour level. We are enormously proud of our program development, content and experienced staff of instructors that help to facilitate a strong container for your educational learning, self realization and unveiling of your own inner guru!

General Non-Residential program hours include one weekend training per month, weekly yoga classes, supervised practice teaching, independent practice teaching, potential online learning modules and electives.

Join us for our next in-depth study into the origin of Yoga. Develop your personal discipline and become inspired to unveil your own teacher within! Email inquiries to ChristinaAlexa1@gmail.com.

Highlights of our 200 Hour Program:

  • Nutritional cleansing and support
  • In-Depth Study of Yoga Philosophy
  • Functional Anatomy for Yoga Instructors
  • Detailed study of asana, correct form and technique, modifications, benefits and contraindications
  • Proper guidance for hands-on assisting techniques
  • Energetic Anatomy & Physiology
  • Energetic Dynamics
  • Business & Ethics
  • Practice of and Teaching Instruction for enhanced yoga techniques including asana, pranayama, meditation, chanting, japa mantra, and more.
  • Integration of skills required to become a confident yoga teacher; exploration and realization of personal teaching style
  • Deepening of personal practice and discipline
  • Establishment and maintenance of a deep sense of connection and purpose
  • Enhancement of personal growth and development for self and others
  • Deep community connection
  • “Get out of your own way”, attuning to your natural ability and voice as an instructor.