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Refine your Skills, Ripen your Teaching

Join our 2019 Kaya Yoga Remedy 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

Are you ready to join the next level of yoga teachers? Become a 500-RYT through Kaya Yoga Remedy’s 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training. We have crafted this professional development program in order for you to have greater expertise into the science of yoga. You will be mentored by Orange County’s top instructors including Gilbert Naungayan, Ashley Naungayan, Simon Ballard, Steve Belisle and others!

This yoga teacher training is advanced not because you dive deeper into asana, but because you go deeper into your path as a teacher. You’ll develop advanced understanding of teaching techniques beyond guiding asana.

For a free consultation to discover if this program is your next step, email the YTT Coordinator, or begin your journey today by filling out our application.

In Class Meeting Dates & Times
Full Weekend Schedule
Fridays 5pm-10pm
Saturdays & Sundays 12pm-6pm 
In between full weekends
Sundays 8:30am-5:30pm
Weekend 4th, 5th, 6th
Weekend 11th, 12th, 13th
Weekend 18th, 19th, 20th
Weekend 25th, 26th, 27th
Sunday 3rd
Sunday 10th
Weekend 22nd, 23rd, 24th 
Sunday 10th
Sunday 24th
Weekend 29th, 30th, 31st
Sunday 7th
Sunday 14th
Weekend 26th, 27th, 28th
Sunday 12th
Sunday 19th
Sunday 2nd
Weekend 7th, 8th, 9th
Sunday 23rd
Sunday 7th
Weekend 12th, 13th, 14th
Sunday 28th
Weekend 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Completion 24th & 25th

OverView of Course Curriculum 


– Teaching Techniques and Study of Asana names

-- How to teach the basics: Yoga 101

modification for beginners

-- How to teach advanced asana safely

– Yoga and Pregnancy – Prenatal Yoga and Post Natal Yoga

– How to handle injury with focus on proper Skeletal Alignment (Iyengar Based Theory)

– Indepth use Props and Drills

– How to teach Privates with Props

– Teaching Restorative Yoga

– Yoga for injury prevention or rehabilitation for injury

– Arm Balances and Intermediate Poses

– Inversions and Back-bending

– Variations and Cues for Yoga

– Teaching Privates

– Pranayama, Meditation

– Teaching Techniques

Examine yogic lifestyles

– Ayurveda health science with intro to Ayurvedic applied practice

-- Yoga philosophy: We will draw from the Yoga Sutras, more in depth with Bhagavad Gita and the Upanishads

–Develop yoga workshops and courses

Curriculum Per-Month

January Modules


  • Recap 200-Hour Training

    • Teaching Techniques

    • Study of Asana Names

  • Give/Receive Proper Feedback

  • Communication Skills

  • Different Types of learners

  • Establish Group Dynamics

  • Time Management Skill Building

February Modules


  • Yoga 101—Teaching Beginners

  • Teaching Privates

  • Building Your toolbox: Effective Cueing for All Levels of Students

  • Building tnd Refining the Teachers Eye

  • Modifications for Beginners/Injuries

  • How to Handle Injury and Skeletal Alignment

  • Yoga Rehabilitation for Injury

  • Teaching With Props and Drills

March Modules


  • Sequencing and Developing Classes

    • Peak Pose

    • Vinyasa

    • Class of Choice

  • Arm Balances and Intermediate Poses

  • Yoga and Pregnancy

  • Yin and Restorative

April Modules


  • Pose Presentation (Inversion or Backbend or Advanced Pose)

  • Anatomy Focus (Identify Bones, Muscles, Nerves, Joints)

  • Develop Focus Pose Class on Pose Presentation

May Module


  • Philosophy (Sutras, Upanishads)

  • A Deeper Look into the Bhagavad Gita

  • Examine Yogi Lifestyle

June Modules


  • Ayurveda

  • Pranayama and Meditation

July Module


  • Teaching Teachers (Train-the-Trainer)

  • Developing Workshops and Courses


August Modules


  • Wrap-Up

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