300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

300-Hour YTT Program Dates

Our Advanced Yoga Teacher Training is offered in weekend modules to facilitate accessibility and affordability. As a participant, you can chose to come and take one weekend module to enhance and compliment your current skillset, or begin the process of taking many modules to work towards your 500-Hour level designation.

Below you can find the upcoming 300-Hour module weekends for completing advanced yoga teacher certification. Each module is held on a Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am to 5:30pm.

Tuition per module: $275 (HST Exempt, does not include the cost of books)

 

Vinyasa 2: Teach the Art of Inner Flow

Dates: May 25th and 26th, 2019

Anatomy & Asana: West meets East

Dates: September 28th and 29th, 2019

Guna Yoga 1 & 2: Ayurvedic Yoga

Dates: October 17th to 21st, 2019 @ Shanti Retreat

Restorative 2: Teach the Yoga of Undoing

Dates: December 7th and 8th, 2019

Compassionate Teaching 1: Addictions Recovery, Trauma Sensitivity, Positive Body Image, and Working with Grief (with guest teachers Jude Bursten, Susan Young, Carly Stong, and Kathleen Pratt)

Dates: January 18th and 19th, 2020

TBD

Dates: February 15th and 16th, 2020

 

Please register through MindBody Online by clicking the register button below.

 

Retreats that apply towards the 300-Hour program:

 

Women’s Yoga + Ayurveda Conference @ YogaTown in Stittsville

Dates: June 7th to 9th, 2019 (this can count as Ayurveda 1 or 2, replacing one of the online modules)

Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher Training (Guna Yoga) @ Shanti Retreat on Wolfe Island

Dates: October 17th to 21st, 2019 (counts as an elective (teaching methodology) – Guna Yoga 1 & 2)

 

 

*updated May 20th, 2019*

 

Tesimonials

Laura McCrimmon

From this training I feel that maybe nobody sits perfectly in Dandasana or perfectly in Warrior II, but uniquely. This uniqueness is what makes every student and every teacher entirely perfect.

Andrea Gummo

The training was carried out in a respectful, safe atmosphere in which everyone felt valued and included. It was wonderful to see everyone progressing on their yoga journeys with the support and mutual learning of the group. Most important to me, the training was also a lot of fun.

Charlotte Bradley

Our discussions around yoga philosophy were my absolute favourite part of the course. I discovered my mind could bend even more than my body!

Kym Riley

The material covered in this course is invaluable and the practical experience helps you to be the best teacher that you can be.

Vicki Woolfrey

In this teacher training course, I was listened to, cared for, and encouraged to grow in my own direction by listening to the intuitive teacher inside.

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