300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training
Sharpen your skills as a Yoga Teacher in this opportunity to practice refining your language as a teacher, learn how to see bodies more clearly, learn proper adjustments and when to use them, practice how to use props as guides to inform your students of their blind spots, and learn proper sequencing of how to direct students safely into postures, as well as prepare students for peak poses.
Our 300-hour program is offered over two 150 hour modules. Modules are offered in the Spring or Fall and include guest teachers to support you on your Yogic path in becoming a great yoga teacher. This Yoga Teacher Training focuses on the importance of the teacher student relationship to better support your students in their practice with respect, compassion, and clear direction.
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2017 Yoga Teacher Trainings in Jackson Hole
100-Hour Teacher Training
Join us this Spring for our 100-hour Yoga Alliance registered yoga teacher training. Learn more
200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training
Check back to see when our next 200-hour yoga teacher training takes place. Get certified to teach yoga! Learn more
Why Take a Yoga Teacher Training at Teton Yoga Shala?
Learn to teach yoga and get certified with our teacher trainings in the serene setting of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Adi Amar and Angela Tong are devoted to inspiring a passion for the practice of yoga and guiding students to remember that which they have always known but simply forgotten. The focus of their yoga teaching method is Vinyasa Krama, the intelligent sequencing and linking of postures with the breath for a therapeutic effect, while weaving in the teachings of Yoga philosophy. Their humility, humor, and compassion lead students through a yogic journey that evokes awareness, steadiness and optimal well being.
Refine Your Yoga Practice
Therapeutic Applications of Yoga
Deepen Your Yogic Lifestyle
“In the spiritual world as in the physical world one can climb a mountain from various directions. One way may be long, another short, another winding and difficult, another straightforward and easy, yet by all these paths it is possible to reach the summit.”