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300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training



This program is Yoga Alliance Certified—

and designed for those looking to deepen their practice and teaching.

The VIRTUAL Vinyasa 300 hour Yoga Teacher Training is broken up into 3 modules.

*You must have a 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training certificate to participate in the first two modules.*
The third module is OPEN to anyone who would like to explore the more esoteric aspects of the practice.

**We only take 12 people for the program/per module**

—for you to learn in an intimate setting.


Per module = $1500 USD 
Whole thing = $4000 USD

If you cancel 3 months prior to the training, only the deposit is forfeited.
If you cancel 2 months prior to the training, half is forfeited.
If you cancel within a month of the training, 75% is forfeited.

Module One


October 6,7,8

October 20,21,22

November 3,4,5,

November 17,18,19

Module Two


December 1,2,3,

December 15,16,17

January 5,6,7

January 19,20,21

Module Three


February 2,3,4

February 16,17,18

March 2,3,4

Training is VIRTUAL – timezone is Pacific Standard Time (PST)


Thursday, Friday, Saturday 

over the course of 11 weeks 


* If you cannot make one of the days allotted, you may watch the recording of the class portions you miss to make up for the hours.


· 6-8 AM – Yoga Class (live)
· 8-9 AM – Sharing Circle (live)
· 2 hours of pre-recorded content to watch throughout the day
· 6-9 PM – Lecture (live)


· 6-8 AM – Yoga Class (live)
· 8-9 AM – Sharing Circle (live)
· 2 hours of pre-recorded content to watch throughout the day
· 10:30-1:30 PM – Lecture (live)

Each of the Vinyasa 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training modules focuses on the history, philosophy and application of yoga to modern life.

This is a Yoga Alliance Accredited Vinyasa 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training.

Module 1: Create

*You must have a 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training certificate to participate in the first two modules.*

What will be covered:


Wave Theory Sequencing– Clara will teach you how to create holistic vinyasa classes based not only on peak poses but also on how to create Bhavana (mood) classes for all levels based on Shiva Rea’s Prana Flow Wave theory. Each participant will teach two classes to their peers during the whole program and will have the opportunity to receive feedback from their peers and Clara.

Classic Krama by Vinyasa Krama– Exploring the different kramas/stages of peak poses from the most fundamental variation to the most advanced. We will cover inversions, backbends, binds and arm balances along with any poses requested by participants.

Mandala Sequencing – NEW** Based off Shiva Rea’s Mandala Namaskars, these sequences move the students in a circle around their mats. .

The ‘Open Level’ Class– How to create an open level class from start to finish including theme, language and closing.

Standing in One’s Own-How to create a safe environment for not only your students but also yourself. You will be given tools to create clear boundaries, deal with “problem” students and learn how to hold our own among the politics of yoga communities.

6 Month Mentorship – For those who are taking the whole program, you will be paired up in Module 1 with a fellow participant to mentor each other for 6 months. You will share your goals, as a teacher, and support each other to work towards them. You will take each other’s classes once a month and provide feedback. If you do not live in the same city, you will record your class and send it to your co-mentee for feedback.

*You must have a 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training certificate to participate in the first two modules.*

Module 2: Sustain

*You must have a 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training certificate
to participate in the first two modules.*

What will be covered:

Applicable Anatomy– In keeping with the theme of a sustained practice, guest teacher Erin Moon, ERYT 500 & C-IAYT 800, will share the biomechanics that come into play in different postures and how that manifests so differently in the incredible biodiversity that appears in every person and therefore class we teach. She will help us to explore how we can make fundamental changes in the body, exploring the bio-psyco-social approach. We will learn about: anatomy of the breath, anatomy of the nervous system, tissue biology and exercise science. 

Feeding Ourselves on and off the Mat-How to stay inspired as a teacher can be hard. We will go over different ways to stay creative, engaged and fulfilled as not only teachers but also practitioners.

Teaching to the Pregnant Goddess-You will learn modifications and alternatives for pregnant women for all three trimesters.

Restorative Yoga with Erin Moon-An introduction to this powerful practice and how to incorporate it into the cooling/lunar part of a vinyasa class.

Module 3: Transform

This module is open to teachers and students alike.

This module is geared towards deepening our understanding of the more subtle aspects of the Yoga Practice

What will be covered:

Art Of Mantra and Meditation-We will cover different mantras, their meanings, how to pronounce them properly and how to lead our students through them. We will also have a daily meditation practice going through different techniques and how to lead our students through them.

Sacred Scripture-You will be given a booklist upon registration. We will go over one to two texts a day. Included in this list are the Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, Myth of Freedom, Tantra, Chakras, Hatha Yoga Pradipika and a few others. We will dissect their meanings, discuss our experience of the readings and go over how to apply them to the public class setting.

Pranayama-We will go over different pranayama techniques, their effects, how to teach them and why they are beneficial. Everyone will practice teaching the group and receive feedback.

The Subtle Body-We will go over what it is, how to connect to it and how to make it accessible to our students. Included in this will be Pranayama, Boa Form (from a martial art I used to study called Chien Lung), visualization and mantras of the chakras and meditation.

Ayurveda-The sister science of YogaWhat is it and why is it useful to the yogi? We will go over the doshas, how they are affected by the seasons, the daily rituals (dinacharya), abhyanga (self-massage) and what to eat/avoid depending upon our own constitution and the time of year.

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

If you want to receive the Yoga Alliance accredited Vinyasa 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training certificate, you must take all three modules.

To receive a Vinyasa 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training certificate of completion from the program, you’ll need to:

  • Complete the 6-month co-mentoring program.

  • Read and write book reports for ALL books on the reading list for Module 3.

  • Complete 30-day Sadhana.

  • Complete Final Exam, given after you hand in your book reports.

You have 1 year after Module 3 to complete the above list. 

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    Kind Words from Past Participants.

    — Alexandria Waycott | RYT 500 Full-time Yoga Teacher

    I completed Clara’s 300-hour YTT, and it exceeded all of my expectations. There are so many 300-hour training to choose from, but Clara’s training stands out to me as one that is extremely comprehensive. It requires quite a bit of work, but I believe that what you put into the training you will receive back.

    Clara’s training helped me break out of my comfort zone by giving me the skills to teach aspects of the practice that I wasn’t previously confident in, such as leading mantra for a group. I left each module of training feeling more confident and inspired as a teacher, and that shows up in my public classes and online offerings. Following Clara’s training, I have been able to step into the role of offering continuing education for other yoga teachers in my community. I’m so glad I chose to continue my yogic studies with Clara as it was the perfect step to help challenge me and push me towards growth as a teacher.

    — Melanie Emlyn | 500hr ARYT Yoga Teacher + Manual Osteopath

    The training was everything I was looking for and more. As a Manual Osteopath, I’m very passionate about injury prevention and support and Clara educated us on the newest research regarding incorrect movements and common injures we’re seeing in the industry today. She taught us what we can do as teachers to support our students through proper alignment, cueing and how to carefully craft a proper sequence that prepares the body and supports the intention. We learned how to find inspiration, flesh out theming that feels authentic to us and create impactful bhav.

    Clara’s sequencing is brilliant, intelligent and I think all teachers need to take this training so that they learn how to sequence in a way that truly supports the student. Everything has a purpose and is thought through carefully. It has changed the way that I sequence and truly made me a more confident teacher in my offerings. My biggest takeaway was she gave me permission to be myself, teach from my heart, and believe that what I offer is enough.

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