Teacher Training


Love yoga? Want to deepen your practice?

Are you considering teaching? Or are you in a life transition, and wondering what comes next?

If so, our Yoga Alliance-certified 200-Hour Vinyasa Teacher Training is for you!

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You’ll learn to teach Active Vinyasa Flow, Gentle Flow, and Restorative classes. You’ll be introduced to elements of popular styles including traditional Hatha, Ashtanga, Yin, and Vinyasa Flow. And you’ll learn a proven system for integrating elements from these and other traditions into an intelligent and cohesive style that is authentically yours.  At the end of your training, you’ll be transformed – more uniquely, authentically, and beautifully YOU.


Course Requirements

In order to receive a certificate of completion of the training these requirements must be met:


General Requirements

▪ If absent, you need to make up the studies on your own time

▪ All homework and assignments need to be turned in

▪ You must assist and observe 10 classes with the instructor that you are choosing to study with as your mentor

▪ To graduate, you must teach a final class

▪ Students must take at least 3 classes per week at Daya

▪ Students must serve 3 hours of Karma Yoga per week

Weekly Requirements

Each student must teach a full length class.

A written outline of the class must be included.

Class must consist of:

▪ Daya check-in

▪ Dharma talk

▪ Meditation

▪ Sun Salutation

▪ Vinyasa Sequence

▪ Sequence created by yourself/Kripalu style/whatever you major in

Final Exam Requirements

Table of Contents:

1 Family Tree (Yoga Styles and History of Yoga)

2 Pranayam

3 Asana ( Intro to Surya A, B)

4 Yoga Anatomy/ Anatomy of Asana

5 The Art of Assisting (Adjustments)

6 Injuries

7 Chanting

8 Choose your Direction (Yin, Power…)

9 Teaching/sequence/no sequence

Course Outline

Books which will prepare you for the transformation:

  • Yoga Anatomy, Leslie Kaminoff

  • Light on Yoga, BKS Iyengar

  • Autobiography of a Yogi, Paramahansa Yogananda
  • Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Muktibodhananda Saraswati
  • Wheels of Life: A User’s Guide to the Chakra System, Anodea Judith (Goodreads Author)
  • Eastern Body, Western Mind: Psychology and the Chakra System As a Path to the Self, Anodea Judith (Good reads Author)
  • Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (any version)
  • Bhagavad Gita (any version)



Your training is more than just learning yoga poses. Sure, you’ll learn the technical things you need to be a great teacher – anatomy, sequencing, cueing, and all that other stuff. But you’re also taking a deep, transformational journey of self-discovery, self-acceptance, and self-love. When it’s done you’ll be a different person… not a person who’s changed, but rather a person who has a truer understanding of who you really are. You’ll see the beauty and grace inside of yourself, and you’ll be ready to share it with the world in your own unique way.

Off the mat

You’ll learn an advanced teaching style (called “off the mat”) that allows you to teach like a pro, starting with the very first class you teach! Instead of demonstrating every pose from the front of the class, you’ll learn to teach while walking around the room so that you can really see your students and help them deepen their practice. This is an absolutely essential tool if you want to be a top teacher!

You’ll learn so much about yoga, anatomy, and sequencing that you’ll be able to create your own class plans, with endless creativity and variety! (At many other schools you’ll only learn one or two class plans that you’ll teach again and again, and you won’t gain the knowledge or confidence to create your own unlimited class plans.)