Kripalu School of Yoga
Yoga Teacher Training 300-Hour Certification
The total cost of the training will be determined by the tuition plus your choice of accommodations. Please contact a registration advisor for detailed information about accommodations 866.200.5203.
If your preference is private accommodations, we strongly recommend submitting your application as early as possible as they are limited in availability.
Trainings and Dates
Teaching Pranayama and Advanced Asana: Essential Practices for Yoga Teachers
Deepen your knowledge of pranayama, gain mastery in teaching asana, and explore the philosophy that gave birth to these techniques in a training designed to revitalize your physical and energetic bodies. Read more.
July 22–31, 2016 | Larissa Hall Carlson and Michelle Dalbec
Guiding Meditation for Transformational Yoga Teaching: Exploring the World Within
Using a unique Kripalu teaching methodology that integrates modifications, variations, and hands-on assists, you learn how to make the benefits of meditation and advanced asana accessible to your students. Read more.
February 19–28, 2016 | Sudhir Jonathan Foust and Michelle Dalbec
November 11–20, 2016 | Sudhir Jonathan Foust and Michelle Dalbec
Instructing Yoga for Special Populations: Yoga for Every Body
This module trains you to offer posture modifications that create a safe environment for students with special needs. It also helps you develop valuable skills for working one-on-one and for meeting individual students’ needs in a group setting. Read more.
March 4–13, 2016 | Sudha Carolyn Lundeen
Leading Vinyasa: Breathe, Feel, Flow
Expand your teaching and increase your appeal to students who want more challenge in their practice, while learning to create innovative sequences and establish powerful philosophical themes that support your students both on and off the mat. Read more.
August 12–21, 2016 | Coby Kozlowski
Integrating Ayurveda into Yoga Teaching: Balancing the Doshas
Explore the relationship between yoga and Ayurveda while learning key postures and useful tools to adjust yoga class sequencing and sessions according to dosha, season, time of day, and season of life. Read more.
June 3–12, 2016 | Larissa Hall Carlson and John Douillard
The modules begin at 7:00 pm on opening night and end at noon on the last day. Sessions run Friday though the following Sunday with no days off.