July 20, 2011

Teacher Training

 Yoga of Energy Flow 200-Hour Teacher Training
Next Training Begins September 2024 at Boston University
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 Daniel, Jen, Andrea and Chip are a wonderful team that lead with a commitment to the practice and the community. They go beyond sharing their wealth of knowledge to challenge you to develop and follow your yogic path. I can’t recommend this program enough. ~ Jen D, Natick , MA


Five star rating is given to the Yoga of Energy Flow 200-Hour Teacher Training With 171 reviews on   The Yoga Alliance  Yoga of Energy Flow Teacher Trainings have a five star rating.

The core study in The Yoga of Energy Flow 200-Hour Teacher Training is vinyasa flow yoga, in which breath, movement, and asana are combined with physical and energetic alignments to create a transformational practice.
Students will leave these trainings fully prepared to teach vinyasa-style yoga classes and will have a comprehensive understanding of yoga asana, pranayama, anatomy of yoga, hands-on assists, shiatsu/thai bodywork, ayurveda, yogic philosophy, mudras, and meditation techniques.
We pride ourselves on having a passionate, experienced, and caring staff dedicated to the yogic values of self-growth, peace, and a green lifestyle.
 The Yoga Alliance of America approves this 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training. Students who complete this training are qualified to register with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher at the 200-hour level (RYT 200)

Current Training at Boston University

What You Will Learn


The Yoga of Energy Flow Flow 200-Hour Teacher Training follows the Yoga Alliance guidelines:
• Techniques, Training and Practice: 100 Hours
• Teaching Methodology: 25 Hours
• Anatomy and Physiology: 20 Hours
• Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers: 30 hours
• Student Practicum: 10 Hours
• Home Study: 15 hours

Subjects Covered:
• The History and Philosophy of Yoga
• Meditation
• Intensive study and practice of Asanas (postures)
• Sanskrit names of yoga postures
• Assisting and modification of poses
• Pranayama
• Anatomy
• Yogic Lifestyle
• The Business of Teaching Yoga
• Class Sequencing and Planning
• Hands-On Assisting
• Practice Teaching


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