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200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training with Erica Nunnally


A comprehensive Yoga Alliance approved 200-hour teaching immersion for those who wish to teach Yoga and for those who want to seriously deepen their practice. Six months of regular practice is recommended for entry into this program. If you have been practicing less than that, but with intense commitment, please ​contact ERICA NUNNALLY, the Program Director, to discuss your situation. For admission into the program, please SUBMIT YOUR INTENTION STATEMENT to Erica for review. To learn more about Erica, read her bio at HERE.

This training will produce well-rounded, engaging, knowledgeable Yoga teachers. Upon completion of this training, you will have gained a toolkit of Yoga lessons on history, philosophy, anatomy and injury, safe sequencing, spirituality, energy, ethics, and business practices. Guest teachers will join our training at times.

This 200-hour training includes intense study of: asana (postures), pranayama (breath work), meditation and other traditional yoga techniques. We will utilize demonstration, observation, assisting, and instruction to guide your understanding and mastery of the yoga techniques. You will spend a significant amount of time practicing teaching, observing others teach and hearing/giving feedback. Although this training is primarily a vinyasa centered training, you will explore various styles of yoga as well as the history of Yoga. 


To understand better how yoga works, anatomy will be a large part of this training. Anatomy is the study of the internal workings of something. We will study the mind, the body, and the spirit and how the state of each has a unique and direct impact on the student experience. You will learn safe techniques to access and release tension from all three areas. Using your own experiences as a student, we’ll take a look at yoga lifestyle and discuss ethics for yoga teachers. Your non-contact hours will be met through required reading, field trips, observing classes, assisting yoga classes and your seva (selfless service) project. You will receive no less than 144 contacts hours with Lead Training Faculty and your remaining hours will be meet through reading assignments, journaling assignments, homework, field trips and the like.

2019-2020 DATES:

  • October 5-6 

  • November 2-3 

  • December 7-8 

  • January 4-5 

  • February 1-2 

  • March 7-8 

  • April 4-5

  • May 2-3

  • May 30-31 (Graduation)


  • Saturdays and Sundays

  • 9:00am - 5:00pm

  • Quantum Health & Wellness

Please set aside the following holiday Mondays for inclement weather make-up days:

  • January 20

  • February 17


  • Flexible payment plans are available. Please contact Kristin for details

  • Early Registration Savings​ - $300.00 savings (for a total of $2700) 

    • To receive the early registration discount, you must reserve your space with your contract and non-refundable deposit of $300 by April 1, 2019

    • The remaining tuition will be charged in equal increments according to a schedule until paid in full

    • All tuition must be paid in full by April 1, 2020

  • Regular Tuition​ - $3000 

    • To hold your spot, the non-refundable deposit of $300 and the program contract are due by August 1st 

    • The remaining tuition will be charged in equal increments automatically until tuition is paid in full

    • All tuition must be paid in full by April 1, 2020.

  • If you would prefer to pay the full tuition in lump sum, you will receive a 10% discount (total after discount $2700)

    • Total amount due August 1st

  • Cash, checks, and cards are acceptable forms of payment

  • We can make an arrangement with you if you prefer to pay with cash or check

  • If you prefer to mail your payments, please connect with Kristin to make arrangements

2019/2020 PROGRAM •

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