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Diving into Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training is not just for those who want to teach yoga; it’s also for those who wish to learn more about this rich practice and its roots.


Our Next 300 hour Starts April 2026!

Below are some ongoing programs you may enjoy.

Each program has a strong focus on the history, philosophy and application of yoga to modern life.

Online Art of Vinyasa Yoga Sequencing

On-demand training to learn at your own pace and schedule.

Yoga Teachers Earn 16 CE Credits with YA.

Create Vinyasa Yoga sequences that are integrated, anchored in anatomy, and fun!

Learn how to do and teach:

  • Dragonfly (arm balances)

  • Warrior 3 (leg balancing)

  • Revolved Sugar Cane (twists)

  • Wheel and Bow with variations (heart opening)

Nourish the Roots Yoga Program

On-demand learning for individuals who want to elevate their education. 

Earn Yoga Alliance 30 CE Credits


This immersive, on-demand program is for yoga teachers and anyone who wants to go deeper into self-study through the physical and spiritual tenets that sustain the yoga practice.

Topics covered:

  • Sacred Geometry

  • Buddhism, Tantrism, The Sanatana Dharma

  • The Bhagavad Gita

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training 

For those who have taken their 200-hour YTT, there will be a mix of online, on-demand, 

and IN-PERSON modules for the upcoming 300 Hour Training. 

Next training starts April 2025

Deepen your understanding of vinyasa yoga philosophy and asana;

this program was designed for students and teachers seeking to develop their practice.

The Lila School of Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Philosophy

I want students to complete each class and training with knowledge of moving from a place of their inner power. I hope that we learn how to trust and also trust our instincts. As yoga teachers, we teach the physical poses, but what we’re doing is holding space for people to experience themselves.

  • Looking to deepen their own practice
  • Learn the key anatomical points for each pose/asana
  • Learn how to transition into and out of each pose safely
  • Learn how to create holistic sequences for either their home practice or to share in a class setting
  • Interested in mantra and meditation 
  • Learn about the history and different schools of Yoga
  • Understand the subtle body (chakras, pranayama)
  • Learn more about the business of Yoga
  • Learn more about the 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training course now!
  • Learn different ways of sequencing vinyasa yoga 
  • Dive deep into common injuries and what modifications to offer their students 
  • How to teach and adjust advanced asana/poses
  • Receive feedback on their classes from their peers and lead teacher
  • Discuss and dissect the ancient as well as modern texts of Yoga
  • Learn how to lead mantra & meditation
  • Offer modifications and alternatives to pregnant students
  • Get an introduction to Restorative Yoga and how to offer it in the lunar part of the class
  • Learn more about the 300 hour Yoga Teacher Training course now! 

My Initial Experience.

The first training I took back in 2003 was life-changing. I had just graduated from Film School and had decided that was not the industry for me. I was lost and not sure what I was going to do with my life. A dear friend and fellow yoga enthusiast had decided to take a training and invited me to join. I thought “why not?”

I was blown away at how rich the history, practice and application of the teachings were. I also realized I loved teaching! 

Since then I have taken between 1-3 trainings a year and still do so. I love being a student. There’s so much to learn and it’s such a privilege to step out of the day-to-day and immerse myself in the practice and student community. When I lead training, I encourage my students to do the same.

My advice for training:

  • If you can, let go of the day-to-day and immerse yourself in this beautiful practice and through it, deepen your connection to the divinity that lives with you.

  • Be open to what the teacher has to offer, even if you don’t agree with it. There’s always something to learn.

  • Be open to changing your mind about EVERYTHING!

  • Ask a lot of questions to the teacher and to yourself.

  • Share your thoughts and opinions with the group, we can learn so much from each other.

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