course structure:

200 Hours vinyasa yoga teacher training 



The 200 hours are divided into two separate modules, providing the opportunity for you to tailor your training to what you are looking for.  There will also be a period of required prelearning to be completed prior to the first module.


Pre-course work

Approximately 50 hours of the program are “non-contact” hours which you will be able to complete prior to Module 1 in the form of homework, reading and online courses.  The titles of the pre-reading are given upon registration.

This part of the course will include physical anatomy taught be a registered physiotherapist and an online course taught by a specialist in Ayurveda and Indian history.

Module 1 - 100 hour Immersion

This will be a 10 day intensive to dive deep into the teachings of yoga. Each day will include a 2-3 hour practice followed by a day of lessons. The morning practice will be rooted in Vinyasa and include meditation, pranayama (breath work) asana (physical practice) and shat kriyas (cleansing techniques). The afternoon lessons will cover yoga philosophy, history and subtle anatomy. Students can expect to dive deep into self study and leave having learned all about yoga and its roots, how to apply it to everyday life and a deeper understanding of the self. 

Module 2 - Becoming a YOGA teacher

This module is where you will learn how to teach yoga. Methodology, physical anatomy, business, hands on assists, lifestyle and ethics will be taught in addition to completing a practicum. Shorter practices will be taught by Steph to allow for more time for students to practice teaching. By the end of this module, students will leave feeling confident and prepared to teach yoga classes.

There will be additional homework and quizzes to help you prepare for the final exam and practicum that are required in order to receive the teaching certificate.


Train in Scotland

My Teacher Trainings are held in Scotland and India which gives you a number of options from which to choose in order to achieve both your professional and personal objectives.  The only requirements are that both modules must be completed in order to be certified, that Module 1 is completed prior to Module 2 and that you have enough time to complete the precourse work.

Module 1 can be completed through:

Module 2 can be completed over:

Students stay in shared accommodation and you will be roomed with either one or two other people and breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided during the immersion. Vegan and wheat free options are available for a small fee and all food will be vegetarian. 

To read more about completing your modules in Scotland, including pricing, please click through to the section on Vinyasa Teacher Training Scotland.