Experience the powerful practice of Yin Yoga and the wisdom of the archetypes of the Warrior, Healer, Teacher and Visionary.
Become a certified Hatha Yoga teacher through Yogaville’s Residential Program in beautiful Buckingham, VA. Exceeds requirements for 200 RYT.
Yoga For Autism Teacher Training was created in conjunction with Ashrams for Autism, a charitable foundation, striving to create yoga programs and facilities where individuals with autism can live, work, play and contribute to their community. We extend our program to yoga teachers and other professionals, such as Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists and special needs teachers.
Join us for an inspirational program reviewing how to incorporate Integral Yoga methods into Therapeutic programs.
Having a strong core is nourishing and freeing and will directly affect the quality of your yoga practice (asanas, pranayama and meditation) as well as your teaching practice. Developing awareness is key to being able to develop core stability.
Restorative Yoga is the practice of placing the body into a specific yoga asana using the support of props such as: bolsters, pillows, blocks, blankets, or chairs.
Get certified to lead Laugha Yoga® laughter yoga sessions. Yogic Laughter sessions, Laugha Nidra® (guided deep relaxation), pranayama (yogic breathing practices) and meditation help us reach a profound level of peace, joy and relaxation.
Yoga As Medicine (YAM) is the use of yoga and its vast toolbox to help treat and prevent a wide range of health conditions.
Become a certified Basic Hatha Yoga teacher through Yogaville’s Residential Program in beautiful Buckingham, VA. Exceeds requirements for 200 RYT.
Yoga Therapy for People with Cancer & Chronic Illness Training (YCaT) is a three-level certification program designed to train health professionals and experienced Yoga teachers to work safely with cancer patients at any stage of illness as well as people with stable chronic illness. The goal of this program is to enable Yoga teachers to adapt traditional Yoga practices to meet the physiological and psychological needs of this population and to communicate effectively with medical personnel.