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Yoga Teacher Training Milton, Ontario


Yoga Teacher Training Milton, Ontario
Start today! Are you feeling unfulfilled in your mundane job (that 2pm feeling where you want to crawl under your desk and sleep...) and wanting more purpose in your career? Are you navigating family with life's constant (and boring) to-do list and ready to deepen your yoga journey fit for your busy schedule? Then we have a treat for you. Welcome to our flexible, self-paced training certified by the International Yoga Alliance.

Our 5-star training is sought out from all over the GTA and Southern Ontario. There's a variety of modules  like Hatha, Vinyasa, Prenatal, Seniors, Yin, Restorative, Kids to name a few! Our training is blend of in-studio and online training. Our past graduates have taken our program for personal growth, to teach yoga or to help friends and family learn yoga.

Finish the program at your own pace in as little as 4 months or up to 1 year! Immediately upon registering, you will receive access to the training. No waiting around for a start date! Register below or call us now!        
Why Our Training
Choosing a Yoga Teacher Training is tough with online ads promising low costs and quick certification. Though useful during the pandemic, a study of 3000+ Studio owners concluded that 75% of owners wouldn't hire instructors with only online training, as auditions show these graduates lack skill and confidence. Many online Yoga Teacher Training programs focus on profit and don't align with the yoga community's values as they claim.

Here at Life Yoga Academy, we are a Yoga Studio
 as well as an Instructor development academy. We have worked with countless instructors and we know how to build successful instructors from the ground up. As instructors who have taken in-person Yoga Teacher Trainings and have also done our share of Online Trainings, we can attest that nothing beats the connection of live community and connection with in-person training. With our training you will receive:

Personal Connection



Train with Authentic Instructors

Confidence Building Skills

Indepth Knowledge of Yoga's History

Skills to Effectively Plan & Sequence Classes

Anatomy of various body types to meet individual needs

Online Trainings
Our Hybrid Model
Local Networking
Very Rarely
Choose Your Own Curriculum
Community Connection
Online Only
Free In Studio Membership
Experiential Hands on Learning
Hands On Assistance
1-on-1 Mentorship
Sometimes, Only Virtual

Online & Live Stream Modules

  • Immediate access upon enrollment!

  • Online Student Dashboard with content, readings, and quizzes, tailored for focused, self-paced learning.

  • 12 hours live-streamed Yoga Philosophy sessions quarterly 

  • Additional workshops and trainings, all accessible via live streams. 

  • Online platform and assignments account for 81 hours of your training and are self-paced

In Person Specialty Trainings

  • In depth Anatomy & Sequencing trainings to understand adaptations to your students anatomical needs

  • 84 hours of flexible trainings, you choose when you complete them. Yin, Kids, Seniors, Ashtanga, Restorative, Hatha are a few options and more!

  • You will receive detailed access for all of these trainings so you can decide when you will train in the next 4 months - 12 months

  • All trainings repeat every four months. If you cant make it to some of the dates now, come in 4-12 months!

Personal Practice and Observations

  • 25 hours of mandatory personal yoga practice in-studio

  • 10 hours of mandatory observation in the studio, observing classes from the back of the studio and seeing how teachers and students interact from a birds eye view

  • One Year Free Membership included in the training.

How It Works

Training Dates:

Here is where you can find our trainings for the next cycle. Remember, these are updated every 2 months and you have up to 1 year to complete.

You Will Learn:

Techniques, Training & Practice - 90 HRS


▪Historical context ▪Effects of pranayama on anatomy and subtle body ▪Complete sequencing of pranayama safely, including alternatives and adaptations Ujjayi, Nadi Shodhana, Kapalabhati, among others ▪Koshas, kleshas, chakras, nadis and prana vayus


▪Historical context ▪Poses specific to Training Module ie: Seniors, Hatha etc ▪Complete sequencing (asana, pranayama, meditation) to achieve particular effect safely ▪Shared anatomical and alignment principles plus contraindications


▪Key meditation terms ▪Meditation methods by lineage ▪Ability to practice our selected meditation practices ▪Chanting, mantras, and mudras

Professional Essentials - 50HRS


▪Yoga-related professional organizations, including the Yoga Alliance credentialing process ▪Ethical Commitment, including Scope of Practice, Code of Conduct and Equity Position Statement ▪Lifetime of learning and continuing education ▪General professionalism, including timeliness, consistency, cleanliness ▪Marketing and promotion ▪Liability insurance, waivers, invoicing


▪Sequencing ▪Pace ▪Environment Cueing (verbal,visual, physical) ▪Class management


▪Knowledge, skills, experience across 12 key competencies ▪Mentorship component,incl. apprenticeship, feedback

Anatomy & Physiology - 30HRS


Nervous system, incl.: ▪‘fight, flight, freeze’ stress response, vagal theory, overall mind-body connection ▪Cardiovascular/circulatory, endocrine, digestive systems as they relate to yoga practice ▪Respiratory system, incl. muscles that affect breathing, involuntary vs voluntary breath, how air enters and leaves body


Skeletal system, incl.: ▪Major bones ▪Types of joints ▪Major muscles involved in asana ▪Types of muscle contraction


▪Types of joint movements ▪Joint stabilization ▪Safe movement as it pertains to balancing, stretching, awareness, and physical limitations ▪Contraindications, misalignments, adaptations

Yoga Humanities - 30HRS


▪Definition of yoga and key terms ▪Relationship between asana, pranayama, meditation per Life Yoga's approach ▪Familiarity w/ major yogic texts (Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads, Hatha Yoga Pradipika) ▪Self-reflection on how philosophy relates to practice


▪Term ‘yoga’ ▪Life Yoga’s lineage, style, and methodology ▪Dates and key ideas such as the Vedas, Vedanta, Hatha, Colonial, Modern


▪Awareness of Yoga Sutras or similar yogic ethical precepts ▪Relationship to Yoga Alliance Ethical Commitment including Scope of Practice, Code of Conduct, and Equity Position Statement ▪Comprehension of and responsibility to increase equity in yoga ▪Accountability measures ▪Self-reflection on how yoga ethics relate to practice and teaching