Closed for 2019

     At Yoga in the Center with Satyam Yoga


Space is limited to 12 students.

Yoga is about connection; it's about transformation and ultimately is a journey of deep discovery into the Self.

The Satyam Yoga School teacher training program is a holistic approach to elevating your yoga practice and knowledge. The curriculum is carefully designed to guide you on the path of deepening your knowledge, finding your authentic voice and awakening the teacher within.

Our 200-hour Yoga Alliance Registered program is open to yogis with a dedicated practice of one year or greater and who wishes to deepen their understanding of yoga while learning skills to teach safe and inspiring yoga classes with confidence.  Your yoga certification will be based in Vinyasa and Hatha styles of yoga; however, we believe in a multi-style approach, therefore we include an emphasis on Yin and Restorative yoga along with Ayurveda. Through our training your personal practice will deepen and you will be qualified to register with Yoga Alliance at the 200 hour level.



Our mission is to create a supportive, inclusive and non-competitive environment in which you can learn, grow and discover your deepest inner wisdom. The intention of this training is to prepare you for success so that you can confidently lead a meaningful yoga class to all levels of students. Our deepest desire is for you to find your authentic voice on this path and discover the teacher within.

Core Values

Discover-Discover more about yourself, the many layers of yoga, and the larger yoga community. Immerse yourself in the practice, the philosophy and the deep beauty of yoga.

Master- Master your craft from anatomy, alignment and student safety, to history, chakras, the yoga sutras, Ayurveda and more. Learn how to take your passion for yoga and transform it into a joy-filled personal practice and a sustainable career.

Engage-Get outside yourself and off your mat. Share yoga through how you move, throughout your day; how you eat, how you speak and how you live. Show the power of yoga not just in grand experiences or fancy postures, but in simple, small moments of everyday life. Live it. 

Structure: Our training is held over 6 Intensive weekends plus 10 Tuesday evening over the 6 month period. 

What You Receive

  • 200 Hour Yoga Alliance approved and registered teacher training curriculum with Satyam Yoga School

  • Comprehensive teacher training manual and supplemental materials

  • Welcome bag full of surprise goodies

  • Access to experienced and expert instructors

  • Certificate of completion after all training requirement have been met

  • Camaraderie and friendships with like-minded yogis on the path to becoming a teacher

  • Small class size to ensure personalized attention

  • Mentorship, teaching and coaching from our training instructors before, during and after the training

  • Complete roadmap to structuring and teaching Vinyasa, Hatha, and other styles of yoga

  • Solid understanding of the anatomy, functionality and connection between the body and mind, breath and movement of yoga and of life

  • Opportunities to teach throughout the training and after


Tuition Cost: $3400

$500 Non-refundable deposit required upon registration

Payment plans are available: $500 Non-refundable deposit, $725 due monthly for 4 months, total payment $3400

*Please note that full payment is due regardless of your ability to finish the training.

Class of 2017 



In addition we also have some great bonus materials for you!

  • Free pass to Kate's, Rock Your Daily Rhythm 12-week online group coaching program.

  • Option to purchase discounted classes at Yoga in the Center. $12/class ($18 value) $90/monthly unlimited ($130 value)


Applicants must have at least one year consistent yoga practice and a sincere desire to deepen your knowledge, on and off the mat. We welcome all students that wish to teach in the future and we also encourage students who may not want to teach but genuinely want to dive deep in practice and study.

Teacher Trainees are expected to:

  • Take a minimum of two classes per week, preferable at YiTC

  • Establish a home asana and meditation practice

  • Attend all portions of all weekend intensives*

  • Complete 2-3 hours of reading and/or homework per week

  • Procure books for required reading list

  • Completion of required reading assignments and homework turned in on time

  • Pass a final exam

  • Observe 3 yoga classes

  • Create and teach 3 free classes and summarize you class and experience

  • Complete one seva (volunteer) project and summarize your experience

  • The 200 hour certification is based on classroom hours with your trainer. For this reason any hours missed must be made up with our instructors at our private training rate of $65 per hour

Curriculum Highlights

The 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training program meets the requirements of the national Yoga Alliance and provides training in the foundational principles of teaching and living yoga including:

Techniques Training and Practice – 100 Hours

  • Detailed Asana Breakdown – including alignment, modifications, contraindications, counter pose, variations and use of props.

  • Teaching Pranayama

  • Understanding and Teaching bandhas

  • Meditation, Mantra, Mudra and Kriyas

  • Weekend Asana and Meditation Practices

  • Establishing a home practice

Teaching Methodology – 25 Hours

  • Sequencing and Class Planning

  • Finding Your Voice

  • Developing Your Eye

  • Safe and Supportive Assists

  • Cultivating Your Authentic Style

  • Business of Teaching Yoga

  • Supporting all levels

Philosophy, Lifestyle & Special Topics – 30 Hours

  • History and Evolution of the Eight Limbed Path

  • Introduction to Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras

  • Introduction to the Sacred Texts and Tantra

  • The Science of Ayurveda

  • Teaching Special Populations

  • Yin and Restorative Yoga

  • Yoga Teaching Lifestyle and Ethics

Applied Anatomy and Physiology and the Energy Body – 20 Hours

  • Anatomy of Yoga Asana

  • Benefits & contraindications for all techniques

  • Addressing common injuries

  • Structural alignment

  • The Energy Body – Chakras, Koshas, Nadis, Gunas and the Vayus

Practicum – 15 Hours

  • Practice teaching exercises individually and in small groups

  • Observing and Giving and receiving feedback

  • Design & teach a full yoga class using your own style

Home Study & Electives – 20 Hours

  • Monthly homework assignments

  • Observe 3 yoga classes

  • Create and teach 3 free classes and summarize your class and experience

  • Complete one seva (volunteer) project and summarize your experience

Recommended and Required Reading:


Yoga Anatomy-Lesley Kaminoff, A Yoga Sutras Book;  Either Light on the Yoga Sutras-BKS Iyengar or The Yoga Sutras of Pantanjali-Swami Satchitdananda, The Subtle Body-Cindy Dale, The Yamas and Niyamas-Deborah Adele


The Path of the Yoga Sutras-Nicolai Bachman, Trail Guide to the Body-Andrew Biel, Ayurveda the Science of Self Healing-Dr. Lad, Wheels of Life-A. Judith, The Breathing Book-Donna Farhi

Class of 2016

Class of 2016


Weekend Intensives

  • Fri. 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

  • Sat. 8:00 am – 7:00 pm

  • Sun. 8:00 am – 7:00 pm


  • January 25-27

  • February 22-24

  • March 29-31

  • April 26-28

  • May 17-19

  • June 14-16


Evening Classes

  • Tuesday 7:00 – 9:00 pm


  • February 5th & 19th

  • March 5th & 19th

  • April 2nd, 16th & 30th

  • May 14th & 28th

  • June 4th