200 Hour Online Certfied Yoga Teacher Training

Questions and Answers

Who is this training suitable for?

This training is suitable for students living in remote areas; those interested in learning more about yoga but need flexibility to complete their eduation.

Can I apply to be a registered yoga teacher upon completion? 

Programs approved under Yoga Alliance must satisfy contact hours requirements. Online programs are considered non-contact.


Upon successful completion of the 200 hour online program, you are a Certified Yoga Teacher under our program.

Unlike our Yoga Alliance approved 200 and 300 hour courses, graduates of the 200 hour online are not eligible to apply with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher.

How is the program delivered?

The program is delivered using an online classroom platform. Access to a computer is necessary to complete this course.

How am I evaluated?

Assignments; exams and evaluations occur throughout the program to verify your knowledge and provide feedback.

How long do I have to complete the course?

You have 6 months to 1 year to complete the training.

Cost: 1000 CDN, covers all materials (text and manual) and resources.

To register or for more information, please contact us! yogaatthestudio@gmail.com

The online course can be found at the following link:


Course Content

Module I:

Introduction to course and evaluation 
History of Yoga Part I: Origins and its evolution to the west
Yoga Philosophy I: The primary periods; texts and significance
Asana 1: Introduction to Asana; theory; physical and philosophical significance
Posture lab 1: 
Pranayama 1: Introduction to Pranayama
Teaching methodology i: The role of the yoga teacher
Meditation i: Introduction to meditation
Anatomy i: Introduction to movement, the 3 parts of the spine
Reading as assigned
Assignment 1

Module II:
Yoga Philosophy II-The significance of the Sutras and the 8 limbs of yoga-going deeper
Posture Lab 2
Pranayama II-Alternate nostril breathing; victorious breathing
Teaching Methodology II-Knowing your students & qualities of a good yoga teacher
Sequencing-Key concepts and energy 
Meditation II-Understanding Mindfulness vs. Meditation 
Anatomy II-The muscular system & key muscles of hatha yoga
Ayurveda I-Introduction to the elements & health in Ayurveda
Workshop-The use of props
Reading as assigned: 
Assignment II

Module III:
Yoga Philosophy III-Integrating the yamas and niyamas in your class/your practice
Posture Lab 3
Pranayama III-3 part breathing
Teaching Methodology-The language of teaching yoga & obstacles the teacher may face with language (triggers)
Workshop-Teaching restorative based classes
Sequencing Part II-Designing classes around a theme; concept, etc
Anatomy III-The cardiovascular & respiratory systems and the effect of yoga on each
Ayurevda II-The Doshas
The Business of Yoga-Part I
Reading as assigned
Assignment III

Module IV:
Yoga Philosophy IV: The Chakras & the Nadis
Posture Lab 4
Pranayama: Lion’s Breath
Workshop-Yin Yoga essentials
Workshop: Use of Props Part II
Anatomy IV: The nervous system & effect of yoga on it/stress response
Ayurveda III-Guna; mental health 
The Business of Yoga Part II
Reading as assigned
Assignment IV

Module V:
Yoga Philosophy-The Koshas
Posture Labs 5 & 6
Pranayama V-kapalabhati
Workshop-Considerations for the aging population; pre-natal students; injured students
Teaching methodology-Teaching therapeutic based classes
Anatomy V-The endocrine system and the effect of yoga on it
The Business of Yoga Part III
Reading as assigned
Assignment V
Total hours: 50

Evaluation consists of:
1. 3 practicals throughout the program taught via Skye or filmed and submitted for review
2. Assignments
3. Final practical demonstration of asanas and pranayama