iY RYT 200 Teacher Training

Deepen Your Study of the Ancient Art of Yoga

Whether you have the desire to lead others through heartfelt and fun flows, or you simply want to deepen your own understanding of yoga and the body, our RYT 200hour Teacher Training is an amazing place to continue your journey of enrichment and wholeness. Spots are limited in this Yoga Alliance Certified program, so swallow your fear and say yes to courage and YES to you!


Teacher Training:
September 14th-November 24th

Our Teacher Training is located at our Studio B, located in the Carillon Centre. Our school is licensed with the state of Michigan and registered with the National Yoga Alliance. There are many great schools that register teachers but we take pride in the fact that we provide more than what is required from Yoga Alliance. You will graduate with more information, knowledge, and experience hours than the average training program.

The natural urge to share yoga is inside each of us, and our program provides you with the necessary tools, language and context so you can inspire others in an effective way, while simultaneously letting your own unique talents and gifts shine through. You will be presented with the precise skills you need to teach students in an authentic, intelligent, and meaningful manner.

We have taken great care in our studies over the years to refine presentations on the following topics in our modules to help you become not just a Yoga teacher, but also a trained Yoga professional. Here at our studio, we are committed to offering the best educational experience possible. Read some of the reviews offered by previous graduates.

About The Modules:

  • Applicable Anatomy for asana (the postures) and pranayama (the breathing technique)

  • Asana break down (examining postures in great detail) and understanding the energetic effects of the postures

  • Hands on Assists and Adjustments

  • Chakras and their relationship to practice

  • Meditation and mindful techniques

  • Pranayama techniques

  • Bandhas (the locks) and how to harness them in practice

  • Philosophy (Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita and other vedic studies)

  • Sanskrit (How to pronounce yoga terminology)

  • How to teach all levels of students from beginners to advanced

  • Our unique safe & scientifically designed iY Hot signature sequence

  • How to design your OWN sequence with intelligence for safety of the body and balance to the nervous system

  • Therapeutic influence with variation, modifications and contraindications of postures and transitions

  • Expect teaching tips on how to be an effective teacher, understanding the dynamics of how to teach, presentation of self as a professional yoga teacher, vocal control, management of room dynamics, and student-teacher relationship experience

  • Ayurveda (health, diet, lifestyles choices) and practicing self-care

  • The business of yoga, leading workshops and conducting private sessions

  • Self discovery on and off the mat


Devon Crahan, ERYT 200, YACEP
Lead Educator, Owner

Anna Crahan
Program Coordinator, Owner

Throughout the training, additional instructors will help facilitate modules and workshops within the program. 

We also note that there will be some sessions that are held off campus. More information will be provided to students. 




  • Early bird: $3,025.00 - By August 1st

  • Full tuition: $3,295.00 - By Sept 13th

  • Deposit fee of $500.00 due with application

  • ($200 to be applied to tuition, $300 non-refundable registration fee to reserve spot)

  • $100.00 off tuition if paying by check or cash.

Must attend all modules. We understand life happens, but if an emergency comes up, please notify us as soon as possible.

2019 Dates

Nine Weekend Modules

Saturdays and Sundays, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

September 14+15, 21+22, 28+29

October 12+13, 19+20, 26+27

November 9+10, 16+17, 23+24

Graduation: November 24th

If you aren’t able to commit to Teacher Training, stay tuned for regular announcements regarding workshops and seminars!


“That’s why it’s called a practice. We have to practice a practice if it is to be of value.”