A Yoga Alliance® certified course in Hatha, Vinyasa, Restorative and Yin Yoga
Discover it all
Exploring aspects of both Yin and Yang yoga, you’ll discover how to both fire the body up and how to slow it down. Practicing alignment-based Hatha and Vinyasa Flow each morning and Restorative and Yin yoga each evening, we’ll explore these complementary practices and all the elements necessary to be able to confidently teach both.
Extensive study of asana, alignment, anatomy, adjustments and assists, the philosophy and history of yoga, teaching methodology, intelligent sequencing, and the business of yoga will prepare you to teach with confidence and poise. We teach a multidisciplinary approach so that you can graduate with the ability to confidently teach multiples styles of yoga and meditation.
Whether you’re looking to deepen your personal practice or to teach professionally, this course will provide you with everything you need to take your yoga to the next level.
> We cap our trainings to keep them small, personal, and intimate so you will have an individualized experience with lots of direct contact and guidance from your teacher.
> Our teachers are highly experienced, professional, and knowledgeable with extensive work within the yoga industry and all hold 500 hour certifications.
> We extensively study teaching methodology and the physical practice so you’ll graduate feeling confident and able to teach.
> Our school is Yoga Alliance® certified, so you’ll graduate with the ability to register as an RYT 200 and teach internationally.
Leah Sugerman is a yoga teacher, writer, and passionate world traveler. An eternally grateful student, she has trained in countless schools and traditions of the practice and teaches a fusion of the styles she has studied with a strong emphasis on breath, alignment, and anatomical integrity.
Leah is an RYT 500/E-RYT 200 whose classes are grounded in precision and detail. She offers a mix of both challenging and relaxing practices, specializing in alignment-based Hatha, Vinyasa, Restorative, and Yin. Passionate about sharing the practice, she has been featured as a writer in Yoga Journal, Yoga International, Prevention Magazine, Elephant Journal, DOYOUYOGA, and more. Leah teaches workshops, retreats, and teacher trainings both internationally and online. For more information, visit www.leahsugerman.com
Throughout the duration of the course, we will extensively study:
Monday - Saturday Training Schedule. Sundays are days off.
7:30 - 9:30am Meditation & Morning Hatha/Vinyasa Asana Practice
9:30 - 10:30am Breakfast
10:30 - 2:15pm Training Sessions *
2:15 - 4:15pm Break & Personal Time
4:15 - 6:00pm Training Sessions *
6:00 - 7:30pm Evening Yin/Restorative Asana Practice
*Training sessions include history, philosophy, anatomy, teaching methodology, and asana discussions as well as practice teaching time
**Schedule is subject to change