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People studying in yoga teacher training.

Our Yoga Alliance
Approved Spring 2023
Yoga Teacher Training Begins March 26th!

Chances are if you think you want to take a yoga teacher training, you WANT to do it! Train with us to be a qualified yoga teacher who creates uplifting, safe and nurturing practices for your students. Our 200 hour hybrid Yoga Teacher Training is accredited by the Yoga Alliance. Merge hands-on asana training with the convenience of self-paced virtual modules.


The virtual modules will deepen your understanding about Yoga History, Yoga Philosophy and the Yoga Sutras. You will also learn fundamental concepts of Ayurveda. Ayurveda and Yoga are sister sciences that have evolved from the Vedas, part of the same ancient healing tradition with common goals of preserving our health and raising consciousness. Ayurveda gives you a framework to cultivate balance either for yourself or to create thoughtful and profound yoga classes. The virtual studies are comprehensive, convenient and economical. You'll spend less money traveling and learn the content at your own pace.


We teach asana in-person to reinforce anatomy education, and to ensure your safety. You will be guided into correct and comfortable alignment. Remembering the way the pose felt, you'll practice with confidence next time you're on the mat. Additionally, by learning asana together we have an opportunity to see people of different ability levels navigate into the same posture. This helps us to be more mindful with cueing and offerings for accessibility.


Our meetings are also peer teaching labs. As you step up and become the teacher it brings all aspects of your training together. You gain experience leading in a non-judgmental and supportive space, because everyone is learning together. By the completion of training you'll emerge feeling stronger mentally and physically.



During your training you may take unlimited yoga classes at Kula Yoga & Barre. This is an opportunity to observe other teachers to deepen your understanding for queuing, sequencing, establishing themes, and setting the tone for a thoughtful and transformative experience. Our style of yoga is Vinyasa and Hatha inspired. We offer a balanced practice that layers breath-work, asana, intension and mindfulness to create an intergrative class experience.


Virtual hours are self-paced of prerecorded discussions. The investment is $1999 paid in full or $500 deposit followed by 4 monthly $500 installments for a total of $2500


A final quiz on the virtual studies must be passed with an 80% or higher for successful completion. You may retake the quiz if you do not pass it the first time. It's open book and there's no time limit.


For those who wish to register with the YA, you must participate in peer teaching by providing supportive and meaningful feedback during observation, and when you are the lead, receive it in return from those in training with you. It is totally ok if you're taking training to deepen your practice and not go on to teach!


Additionally trainees are asked to log 10 Yoga classes during their training to observe other teachers. The intention is to help trainees learn cueing techniques and to observe how teachers set up their classes.


Below are the in-person dates:


Sunday, 3/26/23 12p-4p

Introduction & Orientation

Group Asana Practice


Saturday, 4/8/23 12-4p

Standing Poses- Anatomy, methodology & modifications

Review & Peer Teaching

Group Asana Practice


Saturday 4/22/23 12-4p

Forward Folds- Anatomy, methodology & modifications

Balancing Poses- Anatomy, methodology & modifications

Review & Peer Teaching

Group Asana Practice


Sunday 4/23/23 12-4p

Back Bends- Anatomy, methodology & modifications

Review & Peer Teaching

Group Asana Practice


Saturday 4/29/23 12-4p

Revolved Postures/Twists- Anatomy, methodology & modifications

Review & Peer Teaching

Group Asana Practice


Sunday 4/30/23 12-4p

Core Stability & Arm Balances- Anatomy, Methodology & Modifications

Review & Peer Teaching

Group Asana Practice


Saturday 5/13/23 12-4p

Sequencing to Create an Integrative Practice Part 1

Back Bends, Seated Poses, Twists & Finishing Poses

Review & Peer Teaching

Group Asana Practice


Saturday 5/20/23 12-4p

Sequencing to Create an Integrative Practice 2

Review & Peer Teaching

Group Asana Practice


Sunday 5/21/23 12-4p

Teaching Yoga for Special Populations: Kids, Aging Adults, Prenatal & Postnatal, Injuries & Disabilities

Review & Peer Teaching

Group Asana Practice


Virtual Self-Paced Studies:


Yoga History 

Introduction to Yoga: An overview of the history, evolution of practice & why we still practice today.



Language of Anatomy

Spine Anatomy

Hip Anatomy

Shoulder Anatomy

Knee Anatomy

Queuing to the Breath

The Chakras & the Endocrine System

Subtle Anatomy: Chakras, Nadis & the Aura


What is Pranayama-

How to do Deep Breathing

Dirga Pranayama  'Three Part Breath'

Alternate Nostril Breathing 

Sahita Kumbhaka Breath

Kapalabhati Pranayama Shining Skull Breath- Breath of Fire

Ujjayi Pranayama

Bhramari Pranayama 'Humming Bee Breath'

Bhastrika Pranayama 'Bellows Breath'



Yoga Philosophy 

Introduction to the 8-Limbed Path- stages 1-4

Introduction to the 8-Limbed Path- stages 5-8




Introduction to Auyrveda

Applying principles of Ayurveda to enhance self awareness

Pranayama, Mudras & Meditation

Prana Vayus





Classical Sun Salutation A

Ashtanga Series A Sun Salutation

Sun Salutation B

Fundamentals of Restorative Yoga & Yoga Nidra


The Business of Yoga-

The Business of Yoga: Identify Your Pathway to Success

Applying the 8-Limbed Path to Find Your Authentic Voice as a Teacher

Contact Kate if you have more questions 508-768-5786

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