In-Depth Studies

Program to Start June 21st, 2024

Are you ready to transform your practice and your life?

The scope, depth, and personal approach of this course has been designed to provide an opportunity for students of all levels to learn and experience the life-changing practice of yoga on a deeper level. Drawing from traditional yoga theory as well as modern knowledge of the body and mind the intention of this course is to bring education and community to students and teachers of yoga that want to explore the richness that yoga has to offer.

As a Yoga Alliance Registered School, course hours are recognized as continuing education through Yoga Alliance, or can be used towards a Yoga Alliance Teacher Registration at the 200 hour level (RYT200). Yoga Alliance is a non-profit organization that maintains education standards and a national registry of Registered Yoga Teachers.

Is This Program Right For You?

Not sure if you have the time or energy for 200 hours of training? 

Interested in learning the material for yourself but not wanting to teach? 

This transformational program was made for you! 

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Course Calendar

Classes are conducted on the following weekends from 11am to 6pm. Students are encouraged to maximize their experience by joining us in person at our Carrollton location (1711 E. Frankford Rd, Carrollton TX 75007). But we know life can get crazy, and joining us in person may not be an option for you every session. Fortunately, you can also join us virtually through zoom. Class recordings will be made available after the weekend sessions.

  • June 22-23 – Introduction to Yoga, Introduction to Anatomy 
  • July 13-14 – Anatomy and Asana: Forward Bends and Extensions
  • August 3-4 – Anatomy and Asana: Backbends and Laterals
  • August 24-25 – Anatomy and Asana: Twists and Inversions
  • September 14-15 – Sequencing and the Nervous System
  • October 5-6 – Chakras, Prana Vayus, Doshas, and Gunas
  • October 19-20  – Bandhas, Mudras, and Pranayama
  • November 16-17 – Mantra, Meditation and Sanskrit
  • December 7-8 – Yoga History and Philosophy
  • January 11-12 – The Yoga Sutras
  • February 1-2 – Special Populations, Business of Yoga
  • February 22 – Testing

Course Sessions

Vinyasa Krama

Vinyasa Krama

Discover the energetics of sequencing, how to structure an effective practice, and wise preparation (vinyasa krama) for the most beneficial practice. These sessions cover the energies of the chakras, prana vayus, the primary doshas and gunas, and bandhas.



Learn basic pranayama techniques, their proper use and benefits, anatomy & physiology of the breath, and how to practice pranayama effectively. This session also covers the energies and practices of mudras and bandhas.

Special Populations

Special Populations

Learn how to effectively adapt yoga to special populations, including, pregnant women, seniors and children. Learn how to modify yoga for those with limitations and disabilities.

Anatomy & Physiology

Anatomy & Physiology

Gain an understanding of the respiratory, nervous, muscular, and skeletal systems and how to apply this knowledge to yoga practice. Learn efficient and safe applications of anatomy and movement, including modifications and contraindications as well as effective hands-on adjustments.

Mantra & Meditation

Mantra Meditation

An introduction to the Sanskrit language, the use and benefits of mantra practice, and the science of sound. The importance of meditation, its role as a part of yoga and how to create and lead a practice.

History & Philosophy

History Philosophy

Study the psychology, philosophy and history of yoga. Explore the literary and cultural heritage of yoga, and how to practically and effectively integrate these teachings into your practices and life.