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School Curriculum

Techniques & Practice

  • Explore asanas and posture modification(s) to meet the needs of every unique and individual student.

  • Explore the use of props and the benefits they offer our practices.

  • Develop an awareness for proper alignment, how to incorporate safe hand-ons adjustments, and develop the use of verbal cueing.

  • Explore the areas of Pranayama and Meditation.

  • Develop a mastery of the Art of Sequencing Poses.

Teaching Methods

  • Explore various styles of yoga and gain an understanding the varying levels of energy that is required by different styles of yoga.

  • In depth study of alignment principles, core stabilization and body systems to aid in mastering of a safe and steady practice.

  • Explore various student populations: prenatal/postnatal, physically challenged or impaired, elders.

Anatomy and Physiology

  • Explore both physical and subtle anatomy.

  • Physiology of body systems and biomechanics

  • Physiology of breathing

  • Develop an awareness of chakras, nadis and the healing energy in the practice of yoga.

Yoga Philosophy, Ethics and the Business of Yoga

  • Deeper Self-Study through meditation, asanas and pranayama.

  • The application of our practices beyond our mats.

  • The Limbs of Yoga and how they apply to our unique life.

  • Exploration of the ethics of yoga and your teaching.

  • Dive into the various aspects around the Business of yoga.


  • Understanding sequencing and well-balanced classes.

  • The finer Art of Teaching: the role of a teacher, verbal skills and cueing, boundaries and ethics, appropriate modifications and the use of props.

  • Opportunity to teach several mini-classes to our peers during the teacher training.

  • Discussion, constructive feedback and applicabile input to becoming a confident and well-rounded teacher.